Our mission is to provide direct services to those whose lives are affected by HIV/AIDS, to offer education to help prevent its spread, and to promote understanding within the communities served.
The AIDS Project of Southern Vermont is a regional AIDS service organization providing direct services to people living with HIV/AIDS, and HIV prevention services to those at most risk in Windham, Bennington, and southern Windsor counties.
Founded by volunteers in 1988 as a grassroots, community based group, the AIDS Project fills an important statewide role in making sure that Vermont’s fight against the AIDS epidemic is strong and effective.
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August 26, 2020: Sue Conley, our Prevention Program Manager, on The FEED show (Falls Area Community TV) talking about syringe services.
April 2019: Marguerite Monet interviewed by Wendy O’Connell on BCTV’s Here We Are: Brattleboro’s Community Talk Show.
January 2013: A wonderful article in The Commons Issue #186 written by former staff member, Lynn Martin. That link is here.
February 2012: Here is a link to a well written, informative and articulate article in The Commons newspaper about the AIDS Project and the dilemma our prevention programs are facing. Feel free to call us with questions/comments about the articles. www.commonsnews.org
November 2010: Susan Bell, APSV Executive Director interviewed by Phil Innes, creator of Vermont Views. That link is here.
October 2009: Click here to watch the Vermont Foodbank’s short film entitled Gather Share Nurture that tells the story of hunger in Vermont starring former staff member, Cindy Hutcheson.