AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. (AFH) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation founded in 1982 as Texas’ first organization dedicated to HIV prevention education and services.
AFH has steadily evolved from a grass-roots community agency to a professionally managed human services organization that provides many services including benefits and resources counseling, case management, housing, and food and nutrition assistance to low-income, HIV+ men, women, and children.
AFH is proud to announce funding from the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund created by Mayor Turner and Harris County Judge Emmett through @greaterhoucf. Funds will provide housing assessment, case management, referral, access to Stone Soup Food Pantry.
The funds from this grant are helping AFH provide those affected by the storm with expanded access to the Stone Soup Food Kitchen, a Computer Resource Center with Internet access and printing capability, and housing assistance request processing.
To learn more about the grant program, use the #HurricaneHarveyReliefFund hashtag to search social media.
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The Stone Soup pantry provides food assistance to HIV-positive individuals and their families. The pantry is located at the AFH offices at 6260 Westpark Dr., Suite 100, Houston, TX 77057. It is currently open to provide food assistance to clients and anyone affected by Hurricane Harvey Monday-Friday from 10 AM-4 PM. No ID is required to obtain food from the pantry.
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