Mission, Vision, Values
The mission of the Alliance for Positive Health is to reduce the impact and incidence of HIV/AIDS and other serious medical and social conditions.
Inspire Healthy Lives and Caring Communities.
Confidentiality is maintaining privacy of sensitive and/or personal information
Professionalism is maintaining high standards of customer service, ethics, and quality in all organizational activities
Integrity is exhibiting accountability, honesty, dependability and ethics
Impact is achieving positive, meaningful change
Compassion is interacting with care and respect
Advocacy is working to enhance the lives of our constituencies through public engagement
Empowerment is supporting the ability of individuals to direct their own lives and respecting their choices
The Alliance Community is safe, supportive, and committed to fostering a collaborative working atmosphere and offering recognition and gratitude to our diverse workforce.
Black Lives Matter Statement
Alliance for Positive Health has been a community leader for over 35 years in providing services for those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses. Our community is in pain. This is a time to right wrongs of the past, wrongs directed at the Black community, at all persons of color and at all persons disenfranchised by systemic injustice. All organizations can do better and must do better. The Alliance, through the combined efforts of its leadership, staff, and Board of Directors, is committed to looking inward to ensure that the work we do, our policies, staffing, and services reflects race equity and justice. Racism is a community health issue. We at Alliance not only stand with you, we will move forward with you – in peace and unity. Black lives matter. Your life matters to us. You are Alliance.
Alliance for Positive Health
The Alliance for Positive Health provides a continuum of direct services to people living with HIV/AIDS and their family members. We also offer care management to people with other chronic illnesses who are enrolled in Medicaid as well as prevention programs that offer effective, innovative solutions that make a significant impact on reducing new HIV infections. About AFPH