NO/AIDS celebrates its 30 year history

For more than 30 years, NO/AIDS Task Force has provided hope, care and compassion to thousands of men, women, and families affected by HIV and AIDS in Southeast Louisiana. Over the next seven weeks, the NO/AIDS Task Force will celebrate its programs and its history leading up to the opening of our Crescent Care Health […]  Read More →

Give NOLA Day

What is GiveNOLA Day? Hosted on Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 by the Greater New Orleans Foundation, GiveNOLA Day is the community’s first one-day, online giving event to inspire people to give generously to nonprofit organizations who make our region a stronger and thriving community for all. It’s our day to come together as one! Every dollar […]  Read More →

Life Skills Series – April & May 2014

The Life Skills Series is being developed under the Permanent Supportive Housing Program in conjunction with Client Services at the NO/AIDS Task Force. PSH clients struggle with multiple challenges, ranging from mental and physical illness, substance abuse, and minimal education and job opportunities. The PSH Case Managers and Peer Support Specialists recognized a need among […]  Read More →

NO/AIDS 30th Anniversary Gala Dinner

Life after 30…. Thirty years ago we started something. From now on, it only gets better. We’ve got a lot to celebrate and we’d like you to join us as we look back on thirty years of serving the community and look forward to what the future holds for NO/AIDS Task Force. Join us on […]  Read More →

Baton Rouge Mayor’s Office to hold Affordable Care Act Educational Sessions

Mayor-President Melvin L. “Kip” Holden’s Office is teaming up with federally funded health insurance Navigators, Louisiana Primary Care Association, and Federally Qualified Health Centers to present seven educational sessions about the Affordable Care Act at East Baton Rouge Parish libraries through March. The program, called Affordable Care Act 101, will offer one-on-one ... More »

HIV Counseling & Testing

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Client Satisfaction Survey for HIV/AIDS Care & Services in NOLA

If you are an HIV-positive individual who receives medical care or supportive services in the New Orleans area, the city would like your input.  Please take a moment to complete the survey at the link below. The information provided is confidential and will assist the Office of Health Policy to provide quality HIV/AIDS services. This […]  Read More →

New Housing Program Now Accepting Applications

The NO/AIDS Task Force is pleased to announce an anticipated new housing program to assist individuals or families living with HIV/AIDS.   If the program is funded, the goal of this program is to provide medium term housing assistance (1-5 years) to low income clients living with HIV/AIDS who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.   […]  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 →

Health Reform Explained

Confused about how the new health reform law really works? This short, animated movie — featuring the “YouToons” — explains the problems with the current health care system, the changes that are happening now, and the big changes coming in 2014. Learn more about how the health reform law will affect the health insurance coverage […]  Read More →

Ms. Redmann Goes To Washington

On May 7th, our Director of Prevention, Jean Redmann participated in a congressional briefing organized by Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA) and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) about “The Current Landscape of HIV Prevention.” Ms. Redmann represented not just NO/AIDS, but community based organizations across the country.  She was joined by three other panelists: •    Jonathan ... More »

Affordable Care Act Decision and What it Means for People Living with HIV

It was just announced that the Affordable Care Act was upheld by the Supreme Court of The United States. The implications for the men, women and families we serve are huge! HIV Health Reform speculated earlier this week what it would mean if ACA was upheld. Here’s what they had top say: Upholding the Affordable […]  Read More →

National HIV Testing Day

The Louisiana Office of Public Health; N’R Peace, Inc; NO/AIDS Task Force; & St. John #5 are proud to team up with Walgreens, the nation’s largest drugstore chain, & Greater Than AIDS to offer FREE HIV Testing at 3 Walgreens locations in Louisiana! Testing will be available beginning on National HIV Testing Day (June 27th) […]  Read More →

The Movement

The Movement, located at 4005 St. Claude Ave., is a community center that provides HIV prevention activities for young black gay/bisexual, and same gender loving men between the ages of 13 and 29. The Movement is a satellite office of NO/AIDS Task Force that provides: – On and off-site rapid HIV counseling, testing and referral […]  Read More →

Baton Rouge Ranked #1 For AIDS Case Rates Among Major Metropolitan Areas in the United States

Baton Rouge Ranked #1 For AIDS Case Rates Among Major Metropolitan Areas in the United States New Orleans Climbs from #9 to Fifth in the Nation Today, the Centers For Disease Control & Prevention released their HIV Surveillance Report for 2010 which “provides an overview on the current epidemiology of HIV disease in the United […]  Read More →

Legendary Actress Elizabeth Taylor’s Legacy and Generosity Lives on in New Orleans

Her 2006 Gift to NO/AIDS Task Force Continues Her Work of Fighting AIDS (New Orleans, LA) – Area nonprofit, NO/AIDS Task Force joins the rest of the world in mourning the passing of iconic actress and activist Dame Elizabeth Taylor. NO/AIDS Task Force will always remember Taylor for the generosity she showed them in the […]  Read More →

2011 Saints and Sinners Literary Festival

Now in its 9th year, the Festival has grown into an internationally-recognized event that brings together a who’s who of GLBT publishers, writers and readers from throughout the United States and beyond. he Festival, held over 4 days each Spring, features panel discussions and master classes on literary topics that provide a forum for authors, editors and publishers to talk about ... More »


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