2490 W. 26th Ave. Suite 300
Denver, CO 80211
The mission of Colorado AIDS Project (CAP) is to improve lives affected by HIV and AIDS and to prevent HIV Infection. Specifically, CAP works to: •Empower people living with HIV/AIDS by providing services that enable individuals to achieve the maximum quality of life possible. •Prevent new HIV infections by educating at-risk populations - with culturally competent messages - about HIV and how to protect themselves and others. •Ensure CAP is a stable, professional agency providing the most effective, efficient care and prevention services through long-term strategies and collaborations with other agencies and resources in the state and the nation.
Founded in 1983, Colorado AIDS Project (CAP) was the first community-wide response to the HIV/AIDS crisis that was devastating the Denver metro area. Today, CAP continues as the largest community based organization responding to the ongoing HIV/AIDS crisis in Colorado. Since its inception, CAP has served over 9,000 HIV positive people.
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