AIDS Alabama

Helping people with HIV/AIDS live healthy, independent lives and working to prevent the spread of HIV

Along with supportive housing services, AIDS Alabama provides case management and HIV prevention education outreach statewide. AIDS Alabama is also an active advocate at the local, state, and federal levels and continuously acts to ensure that the voices of HIV service providers, HIV positive individuals, and all affected by this epidemic are heard.


It's Zero HIV Stigma Day! HIV stigma involves devaluing and labeling individuals based on certain attributes, leading to social exclusion and marginalization. This affects perceptions and beliefs, often resulting in discrimination and denial of rights.

HIV stigma can manifest in various ways:
Institutional: Policies and practices that create barriers.
Intersectional: Overlapping forms of discrimination.
Self-inflicted: Internalized negative perceptions that harm mental health.

Let's stand together to raise awareness and fight against HIV stigma. Share your thoughts and join the conversation.

The HUB_PrEP Pills vs Injectables 07/19/2024

Whether you're looking for PrEP pills or injectables, our clinic offers both in a safe and supportive environment.

The HUB_PrEP Pills vs Injectables At The HUB and Living Well Health Clinic, we're dedicated to providing top-notch healthcare for everyone. From essential HIV and STI testing and treatment to...

The HUB Experience 07/18/2024

Have you seen our El Centro/The Hub:Birmingham video yet? 🎥

It's fantastic! Check it out to learn more about our Living Well Health Clinic, conveniently located inside The Hub. We offer a wide range of health services including HIV and STI testing and treatment, PrEP, PEP, and much more. Your health and well-being are our top priorities. 🌟

Watch the video and discover how we can support you on your health journey!

The HUB Experience Looking for quality healthcare and HIV prevention? The HUB is here for you! We're a safe, welcoming place for everyone, offering top-notch HIV and STI servic...


🎉 Meet Our July Employee of the Month! 🎉

Tiffany Moody has been a vital part of AIDS Alabama for just over a year, having joined us on July 5, 2023. In her role as Housing Administrative Assistant, she excels in:

Streamlining office communications 📞
Managing schedules 📅
Coordinating with vendors 🛠️
Assisting with event planning 🎟️
Ensuring all administrative tasks are handled efficiently and effectively 📂

We are grateful for Tiffany's dedication and hard work. Her efforts make a significant impact on our team and the community we serve.


Our friends at invite you to WIN PRIZES, enjoy great company, and help make holiday wishes come true for those in need. Join us for some festive fun on July 17! This event is not just about cheer; it's a fundraiser to support our Holiday Wish Program.


🎆 Happy 4th of July! 🎆

Just a quick note to our amazing community—our agency will be closed today in honor of Independence Day. We hope you have a safe and enjoyable holiday with family and friends. We'll be back and ready to assist you on Monday!


📢 Attention, community! 📢
Did you know that young gay Latine residents are experiencing a rising share of new HIV cases across the nation? 🌍 This alarming trend has led to a call for more targeted funding and resources to support our community.

Check out this insightful AP News article to learn more about the situation and the steps being taken to address it. Our local ABC News affiliate has also covered this crucial issue.

Centro de Acceso para Latinos de Alabama


Our Executive Director Heather Rauckman and Development Director Gina Mallisham had the incredible opportunity to attend the Southern Company Prism Signature event 224. It was a fantastic experience filled with insightful discussions and networking with industry leaders.

June 27, 2024 06/28/2024

Elizabeth's First HIV Test Experience 🩸🩺

We're proud to share an insightful conversation with our Policy & Advocacy Specialist, Elizabeth, as she records a video for AIDS United to discuss her first HIV test experience. Elizabeth's story highlights the importance of regular testing. ✨

June 27, 2024 As we wrap up , we invite you for a story time!We spoke with HIV advocates Carli Gray, Program Associate at AIDS United and...


Today’s Committee on Ways and Means GOP / Ways and Means Committee markup and the unanimous support for HR 2407 is a reminder of the important work Congress can do on issues that impact all of us, including cancer. Thanks Rep. Terri Sewell for your work and passion. Let’s pass this bill this year!


National HIV Testing Day - Know Your Status!

National is today, and we're taking our services out into the community! Our El Centro/The Hub:Birmingham office will be closed, but you can find us at CenterPoint and Irondale Walgreens offering free HIV testing.

No matter how you test or what your results are, taking the next step for your health is what matters most. 🌟

Come see us today and take charge of your health today. See you there!


Rep. Terri Sewell so glad Committee on Ways and Means GOP/Ways and Means Committee is advancing HR 2407. Your leadership has been a game changer! Congress needs to follow your lead and pass the Nancy Gardner Sewell Medicare Screening Coverage Act so seniors can get the latest cancer detection tools.




Sidewalk‘s SHOUT LGBTQ+ Film Week (JUNE 26 - 30, sponsored by AIDS Alabama) showcases features, documentaries and short films that explore issues and situations involving the gay, le***an, bisexual, transgender and q***r communities.

6/27 - 5:00pm
6/28 - 9:00pm
6/29 - 6:00pm
6/30 - 2:00pm, 10:00pm

WINE TASTING with Grassroots Wine Alabama (FREE!)
6/27 - 5:00pm

Sponsored by Central Alabama Pride, Inc.
Film selection by The Bham Bevy
6/27 - 7:00pm
6/28 - 2:00pm

6/27 - 9:00pm

6/28 - 4:00pm

Sponsored by Four Corners Gallery
Film selection by Rep. Neil Rafferty
6/28 - 6:45pm
6/29 - 4:00pm

6/29 - 2:00pm
6/30 - 8:00pm

John Waters Triple Feature:
6/29 - 8:00pm

6/29 - 10:00pm

6/29 - 11:59pm (Midnight Madness!)
6/30 - 3:55pm

6/30 - 5:30pm

Sponsored by H2 Real Estate
6/30 - 6:00pm

Graphics: Courtney LeSueur

Tickets for all titles above available NOW at


Celebrate the end of on the dancefloor with your favs from the likes of Charlie XCX, Beyonce, GaGa, Troye, Chappel, Madonna, Whitney, Dua and many, many more. Get your tickets at and slay for a great cause - our life-sustaining services at !


AIDS Alabama is proud to serve as a title sponsor for Sidewalk’s SHOUT LGBTQ+ Film Week. The SHOUT film series showcases features, documentaries, and short films that explore issues and situations involving the gay, le***an, bisexual, transgender, and q***r communities. We invite you to join us for these screenings, which have been specially curated by influential members of our local LGBTQIA+ community.


As a part of SHOUT Film Week 2024 sponsored by AIDS Alabama, unpopular best friends PJ and Josie start a high school self-defense club to meet girls and lose their virginity.

BOTTOMS, selected by The Bham Bevy and sponsored by Central Alabama Pride, Inc., plays:

6/27 - 7:00pm
6/28 - 2:00pm

The Bevy exists to provide space for q***r women, trans & non-binary folks to network and socialize as well as engage with their local community. Find more info about them at The Bham Bevy.

Get tickets at


Thank you for making our Centro de Acceso para Latinos de Alabama's first fundraiser a success!
A huge shoutout to everyone who attended and supported Empower Latinex with Love this past weekend—you made the event unforgettable! 🌟
Special thanks to our sponsors, , and all those who donated and believe in our community work. We couldn't have done it without our dedicated volunteers, amazing hosts, talented performers, our queen REAL 2024 Revolución y Evolución en Alabama de Latinx, and the incredible CALA team. A big thank-you to Central Alabama Pride, Inc. for your unwavering support. We love you all! ❤️

We want to thank all the people who came to support our first fundraiser: Empower Latinex with Love, yesterday; you made the event a success!! We also want to thank our sponsors, and people who donated and believe in the work we do in the community, our volunteers, our hosts, the beautiful performers, our queen REAL 2024 Revolución y Evolución en Alabama de Latinx, the amazing CALA team, AIDS Alabama and Central Alabama Pride, Inc. for all your support, We love you!! We will post more photos soon, and there is still time to donate during PRIDE month; please go to this link:

Queremos agradecer a todas las personas que vinieron a apoyar nuestra primera recaudación de fondos: Empower Latinex with Love, ayer; ¡¡Hicieron posible que el evento fuera un éxito!! También queremos agradecer a nuestros patrocinadores y personas que donaron y creen en el trabajo que hacemos en la comunidad, nuestros voluntarios, nuestros anfitriones, los hermosos artistas, nuestra reina REAL 2024, el increíble equipo CALA y AIDS Alabama y Central PRIDE Alabama por todo su apoyo, les queremos!! Pronto postearemos mas fotos del evento y todavía queda tiempo para donar durante el mes del ORGULLO, por favor vaya a este enlace:


In honor of Juneteenth, our agency will be closed tomorrow. We will reopen on Thursday, June 20th. Enjoy the day of reflection and celebration! 🌟

Photos from Sidewalk Film's post 06/13/2024

🎬🌈 We’re thrilled to be proud sponsors of Sidewalk's LGBTQ+ SHOUT Films! This amazing event showcases a variety of features, documentaries, and short films that explore and celebrate issues and stories from the gay, le***an, bisexual, transgender, and q***r communities. Join us in supporting these incredible voices and stories.


👤 Employee Spotlight 👤

Meet David Garrett, the amazing Executive Assistant to our CEO, Kathie Hiers! 🌟 David has been an integral part of our team, ensuring everything runs smoothly and efficiently.

David's dedication, attention to detail, and passion for excellence make him a standout member of our organization. Whether he's coordinating meetings, managing schedules, or providing valuable support, David's contributions are truly invaluable.

Join us in celebrating David and all the hard work he puts into making our workplace the best it can be!

1. How long have you been with the company? I will have been with AIDS Alabama eight years this coming November 16th.

2. What is your job title and what does your job entail? I am the Executive Assistant to our agency’s CEO, Kathie Hiers. My job duties include making the traveling arrangements for Kathie’s many work trips, scheduling her meetings, planning our board meetings, maintaining board records, and creating memos…just to name a few.

3. What is the best advice you can give to someone who is starting their career? I would encourage someone starting a new job to listen, ask questions, and do the very best job they can possibly do with whatever task is presented to them.

4. What is the best piece of advice you ever received? To always be honest in everything you do, and to treat people the way you want to be treated.

5. In terms of successes, which accomplishments are you most proud of? When I started with AIDS Alabama there was definitely a learning curve for me. Most of my background came from the corporate world. With the help of many people at our agency, I have been able to learn a lot about the nonprofit world as well.

6. Who are some of your biggest inspirations within the agency? Hands down it would have to be Kathie Hiers. Despite the fact I had no prior nonprofit experience, she took me under her wing and patiently showed me the many ropes. She has been an amazing mentor to me. Our clients also inspire me with their tenacity to prevail despite the many adversities some of them face.

7. How have you grown professionally while on our team? I’ve learned a lot about working with a board and board members as well as nurturing professional relationships with our amazing staff. I’m a big believer in team work.

8. Which aspect of AIDS Alabama’s mission do you value the most and why? I love that our agency’s number one goal is to simply help people and meet their needs.

9. What’s your secret talent no one knows about? I was a member of the Auburn University Singers show choir and sang tenor 1. We performed all over the United States and acted as ambassadors for the University. I got to perform everywhere from the Pentagon to the Rocky Mountains. I jokingly tell people that I was Glee before Glee was cool.

10. Tell me something about you that most people don’t know. I have written three plays that have all been staged at one time or another. One of them is currently in production now and will open at the end of May. I also like to draw and paint.

Get tickets now for this first-of-its-kind Latinx Pride Celebration—June 13th at Avenue D | Bham Now 06/11/2024

🎉 A big THANK YOU to Bham Now - Birmingham’s modern media for spotlighting our first Centro de Acceso para Latinos de Alabama fundraiser! We're on a mission to support Latinx individuals living with HIV, LGBTQ+ Latinx, and immigrant communities in Alabama. But we can't do it alone – we need your help!
Join us in making a difference. Buy your tickets now:
Together, we can create a supportive and inclusive community. 💖🌟

Get tickets now for this first-of-its-kind Latinx Pride Celebration—June 13th at Avenue D | Bham Now 🏳️‍🌈LATINX PRIDE: Celebrate culture + community with food, resources, dancing + more. June 13 from 7-11PM at Avenue D. 🏳️‍⚧️ NowPartner SMS

Photos from AIDS Alabama's post 06/10/2024

🌈 AIDS Alabama at Pride! 🌈
We Serve. We March. We Fight!
Happy Pride everyone! 🏳️‍🌈 We had a lot of fun celebrating love, equality, and our community. Together, we're stronger.


It's a wrap! 🎉 Our TARP (Teen Advocates for Risk Prevention) conference just came to a close, and what an amazing event it was! Our incredible program equips young people in Alabama with the knowledge and tools they need to be champions of sexual and health risk prevention in their schools and communities.

Know a young person who would be interested in joining TARP? 📩 Send us a message!

Photos from AIDS Alabama's post 06/04/2024

🎉 Day 1 of our TARP (Teen Advocates for Risk Prevention) program is officially underway! We're thrilled to kick off this conference, led and run by young people for young people. 🌟

TARP is empowering youth across Alabama with essential education and tools to advocate for sexual and health risk prevention in their schools, universities, and communities. Our program is inclusive and welcomes everyone, including LGBTQ+ individuals and their allies.

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