Numerous programs supporting HIV prevention, education, care and support services throughout the state. Also provides grant funding. See website for details.
NMCAP holds an annual forum series for which we travel around the state to meet with those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. Each forum is designed to create an opportunity for two-way communication. We share important developments in state and federal programming that will affect community members and ask community members to tell us about their experiences with local programs and service providers.
The Southwest Research and Information Center (SRIC) is a multi-cultural organization working to promote the health of people and communities, protect natural resources, ensure citizen participation, and secure environmental and social justice now and for future generations.
New Mexico Community AIDS Partnership (NMCAP) is a program of SRIC. NMCAP works to assure that the diverse populations of New Mexico receive high quality, culturally appropriate HIV prevention, education and care. We focus on innovative and collaborative programs, targeting otherwise underserved and vulnerable populations.
Recognizing that social and economic determinants strongly affect individuals’ and communities’ risk of HIV infection as well as their access to medical and support services, we work with others to address inequities in access to care and services and to increase social justice.903 West Alameda