ASA works in two primary ways, providing services to people affected by HIV and AIDS, and preventing further transmission of HIV through education and outreach.

 

Services for People Living with HIV and AIDS
All clients must go through an eligibility and intake process. 
Documentation is an important part of the intake process.
Click to download to view or print print these  Eligibility Requirements
Questions? Please call: 512-454-2437

Services include:
Case Management (Medical and Non-Medical)
Helping Hands Food Bank and Nutrition Services
The Jack Sansing Dental Clinic
Legal Services and the Capital Area AIDS Legal Project
Women Rising Project
PLUS (Positive Living through Understand and Support)
CLEAR (Choosing Life: Empowerment, Action, Results!)
Healthy Relationships Program

Prevention Programs
CLEAR (Choosing Life: Empowerment, Action, Results!)
Healthy Relationships Program
HIV Testing, Linkage to Care, and Counseling Services (TLC)
MPowerment at the Q Austin
Below the Belt at the Q Austin
Condom Distribution Network (CDN). Please call 512-458-2437

Partner Programs
the Q Austin for young men men to provide social support, education, testing services, and a dedicated drop in space.
Women Rising Project, for HIV+ women  from all walks of life provides social support, education, and fellowship.

Other services
The Paul Kirby Emergency Fund can help with immediate needs.

Find your program


Use the chart to find a program that fits your needs

 
Newly
Diagnosed?
(HIV+)
Living with
HIV?
HIV- or
at Risk?
Looking for community?
Women Rising Project*
women women   Women living with HIV
Healthy Relationships Program (HRP)*
  Men and women meet in separate groups
the Q Austin*
men men men  LGBTQ-friendly space for young men
Case Management
 ✔    Women
Testing
       
PLUS
       
Jack Sansing Dental Clinic
       
 Helping Hands Food Bank
 ✔  ✔    
CLEAR   ✔   ✔    

*Gender-specific groups are open to anyone who identifies as that gender.