The Aliveness Project, founded in 1985, operates a member-based community center in south Minneapolis that houses supportive services for people living with HIV including case management, care linkage, meals, food shelf, integrative therapies, member services, and nutritional therapy. Anyone living with HIV in Minnesota can become a member of The Aliveness Project and access our community center and services at no cost.
The Aliveness Project also operates prevention and outreach programs. Testing high risk populations and helping people who are newly diagnosed get connected to care are essential steps to viral suppression and reducing the transmission of HIV.
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