AIDS Alabama was founded in 1990 and works to advocate for people living with HIV across the state of Alabama. AIDS Alabama provides housing and supportive services to low-income persons with HIV/AIDS as well as education, outreach, and testing.
The daily work of AIDS Alabama includes political advocacy in Montgomery & DC, housing and health support for people with HIV, programming, testing, and many other services for people across the state of Alabama.
AIDS Alabama is a generous partner with the Invisible Histories Project. The IHP offices are located on AIDS Alabama’s campus on 7th Ave South in Birmingham, AL.
The work of the Invisible Histories Project is made possible by our amazing partners, our financial supporters, and individuals like you. Special thanks go out to The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for their continued support for the preservation of LGBTQ Deep South history and this project and AIDS Alabama for being the home of the IHP office in Birmingham.