Most days of the year, a meal is just a meal. But on Thursday, April 27, 2017, dining out in Western Colorado means so much more. By eating a meal, diners are helping improve the quality of life for neighbors living with HIV/AIDS. A portion of your guest check will help support the Western Colorado AIDS Project’s life-saving services during a time when they are needed most. For more information about our nonprofit organization, please visit WestCAP's website at http://westcap.info.
Western Colorado AIDS Project is part of the statewide Colorado AIDS Project with additional offices in Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, Greeley and Pueblo. For more information about the statewide organization, please click here: www.coloradoaidsproject.org.
WestCAP (Western Colorado AIDS Project) is a community-based referral, advocacy, and service provider offering non-judgmental, confidential, and compassionate assistance to HIV-affected persons, families, and loved ones. WestCAP also promotes prevention and education about HIV to the people of Western Colorado and operates the only legal syringe exchange program in 40,000 square miles of our service region.
It is WestCAP’s philosophy to promote the client’s choices, self-growth, and independence. In creating a caring community for people affected by HIV, WestCAP:
- Respects cultural, religious, and ideological diversity
- Respects the individual’s right of confidentiality
- Provides an environment which is both drug and smoke free
WestCAP was formed in 1985 in response to the need for testing, education and support for people and their families living in western Colorado with HIV disease. In 1989, WestCAP became incorporated as a 501 (c) (3), and in 1991, WestCAP received their first funding from the Ryan White CARE Act. In 1994, WestCAP was chosen as the lead agency for Western Colorado AIDS CARE Consortium (WCACC) and has served as such since that time.
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