WHO WE ARE
AIDS Alabama South is the only AIDS Service Organization providing essential life-sustaining services to those we serve across 12 counties (Mobile, Escambia, Baldwin, Butler, Clarke, Choctaw, Conecuh, Wilcox, Marengo, Monroe, Covington, and Washington) and 12,545 square miles of Southwest Alabama.
When someone comes into AIDS Alabama South for testing and care, they can rest assured that they will be treated with dignity, respect, and above all compassion. We help anyone in need of care, and we do not discriminate.
We are passionate about health equity and believe everyone in our community deserves high-quality healthcare.
How We Help
If a client is HIV positive we assign them to a social worker who connects them with a continuum of care which includes medical needs, financial and housing assistance, mental health counseling, nutrition support, peer groups and transportation. We continue to expand our social services to ensure more people from our community have timely, compassionate access to the health services they need.
AIDS Alabama South is dedicated to eliminating new HIV infections and improving the health and well-being of people living with HIV through inclusive and empowering support services and HIV prevention education.
End the HIV epidemic in Southwest Alabama. Our goal is zero infections and zero stigma.