ASA Program'S ARCHIVE

  • At the end of June, we were delighted to host a cooking demonstration from the Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB). Mary Agnew, Nutrition Educator, with help from volunteer Lauren Garra, demonstrated a nutritious and easy recipe that ASA’s clients could cook with food they received from the Helping Hands Food Bank. “I thought this would […]

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  • This story was first published in the Spring 2008 Rising Times Newsletter, a publication of the Women Rising Project. On March 10, 2008, the 3rd annual observance of National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the Women Rising Project recognized the Project’s co-founder, Mary Frances Moreno. Acknowledging her inspiration and leadership on strengthening HIV+ women […]

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  • I first met Sylvia in 1997 when I was interning at AIDS Services of Austin (ASA) while pursuing a Master’s Degree in Social Work. I had left the practice of law after 12 years and was embarking on a new career. Being an intern, again, was challenging to my ego but I was determined to […]

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  • When you think of healthy relationships, what comes to mind? Maybe you think of the people in your life or your relationship with you. “Healthy” might suggest to you clear communication, making decisions and solving problems in relationships in a way that considers everyone’s needs, or handling stress productively. Healthy Relationships, a five-session education and […]

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