The Department of Services improves the quality of life for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS regardless of socioeconomic status for the overall improvement of society. This is done through a comprehensive package of services including case management, support groups, housing, emergency financial assistance, rental subsidies, food pantry, home delivered meals, dietary counseling, transportation, substance abuse services, referrals, service coordination and community social events.
The Department of Education provides comprehensive sexual health education, with an emphasis on HIV/AIDS prevention, through skills building, risk reduction management, and by addressing community norms. A team of trained and culturally competent educators, peer educators, and volunteers conduct their client-centered educational services for individuals of unknown, at-risk or positive status at community venues, including schools and faith-based organizations. The education department fosters an affirming, supportive and non-judgmental approach and values diversity and empowerment of its clients.