Who We Are

Mission Statement

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.

Making a Difference

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.

Publications

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.

Our Publications

2016 Fall Newsletter (Download Newsletter PDF)
2016 Spring Newsletter (Download Newsletter PDF)
2015 Fall Newsletter (Download Newsletter PDF)
2015 Spring Newsletter (Download Newsletter PDF)
2014 Fall Newsletter (Download Newsletter PDF)
2014 Spring Newsletter (Download Newsletter PDF)
2013 Fall Newsletter (Download Newsletter PDF)
2013 Spring Newsletter (Download Newsletter PDF)
2015 Annual Report (Download PDF)
2014 Annual Report (Download PDF)
2013 Annual Report (Download PDF)
2012 Annual Report (Download PDF)