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On Monday, Aug. 5, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) will relocate its offices to 200 W Monroe, Suite 1150. For years, AFC has been expanding its program areas to better serve the region’s housing and case management services for people living with HIV or other chronic health conditions. AFC’s new space allows us to better support our 124-person staff as well as our vibrant network of more than 30 partner organizations and nearly 200 case managers.
AFC will occupy one-and-a-half floors at 200 W Monroe, complete with workspaces for all employees, a vastly improved training center for case managers, and more meeting and conference spaces so that AFC teams can connect with one another and the clients we serve. AFC’s office will remain in Chicago’s Loop neighborhood to provide equitable access to transportation for our partners and clients.
“Our new office space will strengthen our organization and help us better mobilize our community and achieve our mission,” said Tom Menard, Vice President of Operations. “The new offices will provide sufficient space for our growing staff and meet our organization’s technology and space needs.”
AFC proudly established and achieved its goal of ensuring that 50% of the subcontractors and suppliers for the construction phase of the project were minority- or women-owned business enterprises.
Please update your records to reflect AFC’s new address as of Monday, Aug. 5:
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