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AFC demands support for immigrant families

December 6, 2018

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For more than 30 years, AFC has worked to transform the systems that contribute to HIV prevention, awareness and access to lifesaving care and services. AFC leads the largest coordinated HIV case management system in the country, ensuring over 5,000 clients receive medical and supportive services every year. Through the networks AFC has built and continues to fund and lead, thousands of people living with or vulnerable to HIV are supported along a continuum of care that includes prevention services, primary medical care, emergency support and basic needs, as well as engaging individuals and organizations in vital advocacy efforts. As a leader for effective HIV policies and a national expert on the impact of health care reform on people living with HIV, we are alarmed that the proposed rule will cause parents and children to forgo critical assistance.

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