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With "In the Loop," APLA's online advocacy network, you can share your voice with elected leaders and shape fair and effective HIV-related public policy.
APLA is on the ground at the local, state, and federal levels to defend funding and programs that people living with HIV/AIDS depend on.
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If you recently found out that you have HIV or have been living with HIV for any part of your life, it is very important to see a doctor regularly.
If you need help finding an HIV doctor or have questions about your medical care, call us at 213.201.1331 or text to 323.540.2844 to discuss your options.
Si recientemente ha descubierto que tiene VIH o ha estado viviendo con el VIH por cualquier parte de tu vida, es muy importante consultar con un médico en forma regular.
Si necesita ayuda en encontrar un médico que se especializa en el cuidado del VIH o tiene preguntas sobre su atención médica, llámenos al 213.201.1331 o envié un texto al 323.540.2844 para discutir sus opciones.
Below you will find everything you need to know about becoming a client at APLA, including a list of APLA programs and services and their eligibility requirements, as well as client registration forms.
Click here to view the eligibility requirements for programs and services at APLA.
Click here for a list of programs and services offered by APLA.
Click here for registration forms and instructions on how to fill them out.
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AIDS Project Los Angeles is dedicated to: improving the lives of people affected by HIV disease; reducing the incidence of HIV infection; and advocating for fair and effective HIV-related public policy.
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