Prevention

Education

Knowledge is power. The San Antonio AIDS Foundation continually educates the public about HIV – providing the tools to fight both the spread and stigma of the disease. From public school presentations and outreach in correctional facilities to workplace seminars and professional workshops – as well as through targeted social media campaigns - our prevention education team reaches tens of thousands of people a year.

You’re

the Cure

Started in 1992, the “You’re The Cure” program has been providing prevention education services to over 20,000 participants annually. Services are provided to eight school districts in Bexar County and to three school districts in surrounding counties. The San Antonio AIDS Foundation is the only AIDS service organization (ASO) that provides HIV/STD prevention education to school districts in Bexar County.

The program also works at local college campuses, charter schools, trade schools, drug treatment programs, juvenile and adult probations, and in correction facilities in Bexar County.

If you are interested in receiving prevention education services at your organization or business, please contact SAAF Prevention Education Coordinator Vanessa Zuniga, at (210) 225-4715 or VZuniga@sanantonioaids.org.

HIV

Awareness Classes

HIV Awareness classes are held the first and third Tuesday of every month at our facility at 333 S. Hackberry Street. Class starts promptly at 4:00 p.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m.

Court Ordered: Participants who are court-ordered to participate must arrive at 3:30 p.m. to complete their paperwork and payment. All paperwork and payment must be completed by 3:50 p.m. in order to participate in the class. Participants must bring a photo ID, court papers that include case number, judge’s name, court number, and probation officer’s name. The cost of the class is $15. Exact cash or credit card are accepted. Checks are not accepted. Participants will not receive a certificate of attendance until they have attended the HIV Awareness class and paid the amount in full.

SAAF Volunteers and Community Service: Class starts promptly at 4:00 p.m. The HIV Awareness class is free for SAAF volunteers and those working at SAAF to receive their community service hours.

For more information about HIV Awareness classes, please call (210) 225-4715.

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