On many fronts, we seem closer than ever to ending HIV/AIDS for good. But new research contradicts our optimism: HIV continues to ravage gay men and particularly gay men of color. One in five gay men nationwide is now living with HIV, and for the fourth year running, California's state HIV prevention budget remains at $0. That's why APLA is working harder than ever with people who are HIV-negative to keep them healthy and safe, along with those who are HIV-positive to connect them to care and to prevent them from sparking a new case of HIV when they are most infectious.
Learn about our HIV prevention work for African American Gay Men — like "Many Men, Many Voices," which fights stigma, racism, homophobia, and HIV.
African American Gay Men's Health Initiative »
Worried about drugs, alcohol, and sex? Whether you're ready to quit or not, find a safe place to talk, listen, and learn to be healthy.
Alcohol and Substance Abuse »
Whether you're 18 and just coming out or you're 20-something and proud, our Mpowerment youth prevention program is a place to make friends and get support.
Youth Programs »
APLA offers the largest urban HIV prevention program just for Native American / Alaska Natives. Join the circle!
Red Circle Project »
At APLA's SharedAction and SharedActionHD, we help community-based organizations and health departments nationwide build and refine their HIV prevention programs.
Capacity Building Assistance »
We don't just exceed standards — we set the bar. Find out how our Community-Based Research unit helps APLA and other organizations to gauge the success of testing, care, and prevention services.
Community-Based Research »
Our newest site: The Gleicher / Chen Health Center offers a full range of education and testing programs in a convenient, South LA location, where HIV infection rates are among the highest.
Gleicher / Chen Health Center »
APLA has years of experience educating the community about biomedical prevention. We highlight five biomedical prevention strategies from the toolbox that are currently being used.
Biomedical Prevention »