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AIDS Partnership Michigan and HIV/AIDS Resource Center Announce Merger
Uniting to serve Southeast Michigan through innovation, shared resources and expertise.

 

In order to strengthen the response to HIV in Southeast Michigan, AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM) and HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC) have merged. Together, we are uniting to serve Southeast Michigan through innovation, shared resources and expertise. Rest assured, there will be no interruption or change to services provided and services will continue to be delivered from the three existing offices in Detroit, Ypsilanti, and Jackson. 

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HIV is still here. And we're still fighting it with everything we've got.

As the state’s leading AIDS organization, AIDS Partnership Michigan has been dedicated to preventing the spread of HIV for over 30 years.  We offer a range of services statewide and in Detroit, from testing to counseling to answering questions on our hotline.  At AIDS Partnership Michigan, we empower people with knowledge.  We hold hands.   And we never judge.  So let us know if we can help.  And if you can help us by volunteering or donating, that would be great, too. APM is a Combined Federal Campaign, code #82994.

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Fisher Building 
3011 W. Grand Blvd. Suite 230 
Detroit, MI. 48202 

 

   

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