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Board of Trustees

Co Chairs Helen Siegel Edward Bonin Vice Chairs Cara Harrison Daniels Chad Youngblood Treasurer Barry Schlaile Secretary Stephanie Tortu, PHD Immediate Past Chair Sergio Farfan Trustees Dorian-Gray Alexander Wayne Christenberry Maureen Clary Otis Fennell Raymond Jasper Stephen Lee  Read More →

Report to the Community

If you’ve seen the recent news from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, you’re well aware that Baton Rouge has recently risen to number one in the nation for AIDS case rates among major metropolitan areas. New Orleans rank has also climbed to fifth. While those numbers are sobering, the numbers and stories we […]  Read More →

Community Health Center FAQ

So what is this I hear about NO/AIDS expanding? Congress passed Healthcare Reform which is set to be implemented in 2014. As you might have heard, there’s a slightly contentious, oh-so-cosmopolitan-European notion of government funded healthcare and insurance for all that’s at the heart of the plan. Historically, HIV/AIDS care and services at many community-based […]  Read More →

What we do: 2009 by the numbers

During 2009, agency volunteers, staff and supporters enabled NO/AIDS Task Force to provide medical and supportive services for 1,779 individuals living with HIV disease and those who are affected by the AIDS epidemic. Over 500 volunteers contributed almost 18,000 hours, assisting with events and programs for NO/AIDS Task Force. Throughout the year, the programs and […]  Read More →

How We’re Funded

Where Does The Money Come From? Federal, state and local governmental grants, as well as foundation grants, make up about 70% of the income of NO/AIDS Task Force. Program income accounts for another 10%. However, this grant and government money is never guaranteed. The need for care and services provided by the Task Force is […]  Read More →

Agency History

NO/AIDS Task Force is the oldest HIV/AIDS service organization in the Gulf South and was founded in 1983 in response to the early devastating effects of the AIDS epidemic in the New Orleans area. The program expanded by offering an AIDS Information Center and Hotline in 1985. In the following years, the agency expanded its […]  Read More →


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