Join PCAF this season to help make the holidays a happy time for Olympia area clients and their family. We’ve gathered the wish list of our clients’ children and have an Amazon gift registry set up.
Remember those we lost.
Hope for a future without HIV.
Act to end AIDS.
World AIDS Day is an international day of remembrance established in 1988 by UNAIDS to increase awareness, fight prejudice, and improve education about HIV and AIDS.
November 30 6PM
Harbor House at Percival Landing / 325 Columbia St NW / Olympia
December 01 6PM
Washington State History Museum / 1911 Pacific Ave / Tacoma
MetMeds Pharmacy metmeds.com
Pride Foundation pridefoundation.org
Tacoma Rainbow Center rainbowcntr.org
Capital City Pride / MPowerment Washington / Oasis Youth Center / Rainbow Health Center / Tacoma Older LGBT… Read more →
PCAF GALLERY EXHIBITION
10.23.18 – 12.13.18 Retrospective exhibition of the Dead Feminists series, a collaboration between Chandler O’Leary and Jessica Spring. Letterpress broadsides from the series will be on display and for sale. A portion of mini-print sales will be donated to support HIV services in our community.… Read more →
BY ERICK SEELBACH AND INGRID WALKER
April 15, 2018 01:37 PM
Updated April 15, 2018 01:37 PM
If we truly want to address the opiate crisis in Pierce County, shouldn’t we consider all potential tools and interventions? Public health decisions should be based on research and evidence, not fear and stigma.
There is currently a proposal before the Pierce County Council to preemptively ban Safe Consumption Sites, a proposal that goes against the long history of harm reduction in our county and that cuts us off from even the possibility of using a public health intervention to address the opiate crisis that has been proven effective in Europe and Canada.… Read more →
Celebrating 30 years of courage, compassion and resilience
Thirty years ago, PCAF opened its doors to those in our community who were the first to be impacted by HIV and the AIDS epidemic. Our doors and our hearts have been open ever since, positively impacting thousands of people who are our friends, family members, and colleagues.… Read more →
“Swaziland, a tiny African nation, has the world’s highest rate of HIV at 28.8% of the population. If gay and bisexual African-American men made up a country, its rate would surpass that of this impoverished African nation — and all other nations.” To learn more, read the full New York Times article by clicking on the link below.Visit this link →