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AIDS Society Celebrates15 Years of Service to the Community
Founded - October 5, 1998
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Baton Rouge is currently #1
in the country with the highest rate of
Louisiana is currently #4 in states with
the highest rate of AIDS cases in our country!
In the U.S. each
9 minutes and a half, someone gets infected with HIV.
minutes a woman test positive in the
United States. Don't be another statistic. Get
Tested for HIV!
Welcome to Baton Rouge AIDS Society
"Celebrating 15 Years of Service"
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
Baton Rouge AIDS Society (BRASS) serves
as a testing and training provider to the state of Louisiana, with special emphasis on the Greater Baton Rouge area, offering
avenues which foster ethical, personal, social-emotional and intellectual development. We believe these qualities are essential
to making appropriate choices that will ultimately decrease the spread of HIV/AIDS and other STDs, as well as increase civic
Baton Rouge AIDS Society (BRASS) was
founded on October 5, 1998. Like many agencies of its inception, its grass roots began inside one of the bedrooms of a two
bedroom apartment. Since then, BRASS has continued to grow and serve the Baton Rouge and surrounding areas. Through the years,
we have been able to reach thousands of individuals through our outreach efforts and educational sessions. In 1999 we received
approval of an IRS recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit status. In addition, on June 9, 1999, we formally established a Board of Directors.
Our adopted slogan is “Together We Can Make A Difference!”
Baton Rouge AIDS Society provides services
to the state of Louisiana with special emphasis on the following cities: Baton Rouge, Port Allen, Clinton, Jackson, Gonzales,
Plaquemine, New Roads, St. Francisville, Donaldsonville, White Castle, Prairieville, St. Gabriel, Geismar, Darrow, Carville
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information about our founder, places we have been and the additional programs offered by BRASS, please click the link above.
WEAR THE RED RIBBON!
By the end of 2001 an estimated 40 million people were living with HIV. You would think that it is impossible to beat such
odds. You may even say that AIDS is winning. But all over the world, people like each visitor to this site are making a difference.
So wear a Red Ribbon to support the fight against HIV and AIDS. Give us a call for more information and how you
can help the cause. Volunteer your time or make a donation.
It doesn't matter How Small or How Large.
"Together - We Can Make A Difference!"
What Are AIDS Service
All around the world, community-based AIDS Service Organizations (ASOs) serve as
a primary source of help to people who are infected and affected by this deadly virus. Baton Rouge AIDS Society is one of
the many organizations providing thousands of hours of care and prevention to the community.
An ASO may be the
place that a person is first diagnosed with HIV. It can also serve as the link or source to provide every type of service
a person with HIV may need for the rest of his/her life. From the small three-person agencies to the larger multi-million
dollar budgeted agencies, ASOs have been helping persons living with HIV maintain a sense of dignity in their lives by providing
assistance in dealing with the HIV/AIDS pandemic on a personal and daily level.
Baton Rouge AIDS Society provides
a blend of HIV/AIDS education, referrals, counseling services, technical assistance, community education and volunteer training.
If you are interested in volunteering your time or making a contribution toward the fight against HIV, please visit our Volunteer
or Donation page of our website.
is designed for educational purposes only and is not engaged in rendering medical advice or professional services. The information
provided through this site should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or a disease. It is not a substitute
for professional care. If you have or suspect you may have a health problem, consult your healthcare provider.
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