GAPA Community HIV Project (GCHP)

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GAPA Community HIV Project (GCHP) is a non-profit, community-based organization whose mission is to stop the transmission of HIV and to support people living with HIV.

GCHP goals include providing education and prevention services to the public, and practical and emotional support to people living with HIV, their partners, their families, and their friends. GCHP serves anyone, but has a particular emphasis on the gay and bisexual men of Asian and Pacific Islander descent. GCHP was organized in 1989 by members of the HIV/AIDS Committee of Gay Asian Pacific Alliance (GAPA), a social, political, and support organization of gay and bisexual men of Asian and Pacific Islands heritage. In 1995 the name was changed from GCHP to the Living Well Project.

From the description of Records, 1989-1995. (University of California, San Francisco). WorldCat record id: 37471643

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AIDS (Disease)

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Active 1989

Active 1995

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