BUILDING A FUTURE WHERE HIV TRANSMISSION IS RARE
Atlas is an HIV prevention program of Boulder County AIDS Project working to decrease HIV infection among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men in Colorado. Atlas is supported by a diverse group of volunteers who are active in our community and active in the fight against HIV/AIDS. We understand the virulent and unpredictable reality of HIV/AIDS and the impact it has on our communities of men. Yet, we are optimistic…
We are optimistic that by uniting, educating, and supporting both our HIV-negative and HIV-positive brothers, we can respond effectively to an epidemic that has thrived in silence, apathy, stigma, and risk-taking. We are a peer-based program that meets regularly and provides opportunities and activities that support awareness, responsibility, and service. Our collective focus, passion, and inclusiveness to fighting this epidemic strengthen our vitality, health, and wellness. We invite you to join us!
The Atlas program offers free HIV testing services to men who have sex with men living in Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, and Gilpin counties. Schedule your test and take the first step toward protecting yourself and your partner.
Getting tested and knowing your status is the first step in preventing the further transmission of HIV. Additionally, knowing even the most basic information about HIV can help you better understand how to protect yourself and your sexual partners from HIV transmission.
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Are you looking to make a difference in the fight against HIV/AIDS? How about collaborating with an active, diverse community of volunteers and staff? Well then, get involved with Atlas—because it's our work together that will build a future where HIV transmission is rare.