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Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS aims to end HIV in Arizona by 2030

by The 100 Companies
Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS

Every year, over 30,000 Arizonans come to the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS seeking care and education. Nearly 80% of those we serve are low income, with half living in poverty.

Since 1990, we’ve been equipping clients with tools and resources to help them live their lives to the fullest by providing primary care, counseling, social support groups and navigation services.

When we’re not at our home base on Central and Roosevelt in Phoenix, we’re out raising awareness in the community at bars, fundraisers, First Friday events and more. Our goal is to empower individuals to live and love without fear.

– Rocko Cook, Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS

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