2022 Partner Agencies
Now more than ever we must come together as a community to help one another. Colorado Health Network is proud to partner with other outstanding organizations throughout the state that also benefit from funds raised at Festival For Life: AIDS Walk & Run Colorado.
These organizations make a powerful impact on the community by providing life-changing services to people living with and impacted by HIV throughout the state of Colorado. We are grateful to work alongside such dedicated community leaders. Learn more about our terrific 2022 partners and their valuable contributions to our communities below!
The mission of Addiction Research and Treatment Services is to improve the quality of life and productivity of individuals and families affected by substance use. ARTS multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, counselors, peer specialists, and administrative staff are innovative and knowledgeable about addiction treatment, compassionate and patient centered, and invested in each person’s recovery journey. With an uncompromising commitment to providing quality care for patients, families, and referring professionals, ARTS has been serving people living with HIV in the Denver metro area for over 20 years.
BCAP serves Colorado’s Front Range, providing vital care services to over 270 people who are living with HIV in Boulder, Broomfield, Gilpin, and Clear Creek counties. We offer medical and bilingual case management, insurance assistance, financial support for housing, utilities, transportation, oral health care and other basic needs, and nutritional support through our on-site food pantry. We offer innovative prevention and outreach programs to people at risk of acquiring hepatitis C and/or HIV. Until there is a cure, BCAP works to improve the lives of people living with HIV, minimize HIV transmission, and bring an end to HIV-related stigma in our community.
Chesney-Kleinjohn Apartments has been providing affordable housing for people living with HIV/AIDS since 1996. The owner of Chesney-Kleinjohn, Del Norte Neighborhood Development Corporation, is dedicated to serving this segment of the population through their properties Dave’s Place, Juan Diego and Chesney-Kleinjohn.
CHIP provides comprehensive, coordinated, family-centered care for children, adolescents, and young adults living with HIV. Care is also provided to infants born to pregnant women living with HIV and to parents of children living with HIV. The multidisciplinary CHIP team is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art care that meets the medical, social, psychological, developmental, and nutritional needs of our clients.
Tepeyac Community Health Center inspires health, wellbeing, and humanity in our community, through all of life’s stages. We provide team-based, affordable, quality medical, behavioral health, and dental care that fits the needs of your whole family. Most of the clinical staff are bicultural and bilingual, and all direct-service clinic providers are proficient or fluent in both Spanish and English.
The Center for Positive Health provides state-of-the-art primary care to people living with HIV. We are dedicated to ensuring that a full range of HIV care services are available to our patients, many of which are co-located to support our integrated team-based model of care. Co-located services include primary medical care, HIV specialty medical care, mental health services, addiction services, social work and medical case management services, financial screening and enrollment, retention and outreach activities, and adherence support.
HIV Care Link was founded in 1995 as an interdenominational HIV/AIDS ministry that believes in the value and dignity of every person and is committed to obeying Jesus’ command to love all people. HIV Care Link supports the hope and health of people living with HIV through the provision of pastoral and practical care through our Care Program and Positive Move Project. And we work to reduce stigma and equip the church to respond to HIV through speakers’ services and trainings.
The Alexander Foundation was founded in 1981 in response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Our founder, Willard Leavel, saw individuals in the community getting sick and wanted to help. He started a community garage sale to raise money to support these individuals, and almost 40 years later, The Alexander Foundation still continues this work to provide financial assistance and scholarships to LGBTQ+ individuals across the state.
The Women’s Health Project, housed at the Empowerment Program, provides Medical Case Management, Medical Transportation, Psychosocial Support Services, Substance Use Treatment, and Therapy to women, transwomen, and non-binary people living with HIV. We are a licensed mental health and substance treatment program providing trauma-informed outpatient services by empowering individuals to make safe decisions through trauma, gender, and culturally responsive holistic behavioral health services.
Treatment Educat10n Network (TEN) provides educational programs to persons living with HIV. TEN’s mission is to educate and empower by providing information, skills, and knowledge, in a proactive & supportive environment. We believe, and research has proven, that PWHs who are informed & educated on all aspects of HIV have better health outcomes and emotional well-being.
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Festival For Life
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