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The Georgia AIDS Coalition, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, relies on the financial support of generous friends from across the state. Find out how your contribution can further HIV/AIDS, TB, STI and Hepatitis advocacy in Georgia. Your donation to GAC is tax deductible.
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The Georgia AIDS Coalition is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Georgia corporation created in 1989 to act as an education resource for the formation and articulation of public policy regarding HIV infection, Hepatitis, Tuberculosis, and sexually transmitted infections.

♦ To ensure ethical decision-making on HIV/AIDS issues

♦ To educate and update the public, agencies and public officials on HIV/AIDS related issues and concerns

♦ To promote collaboration among organizations with a similar focus

♦ To advocate for HIV/AIDS issues among Georgia communities and to Georgia’s policymakers

♦ To help inform individuals with HIV on relevant legislative issues

♦ To identify populations at high risk for contracting TB, STIs and Hepatitis

♦ To support testing for TB, STIs and Hepatitis and assist in linking individuals to care programs

♦ To support prevention programs for TB, STIs and Hepatitis

♦ Executive Director: Demetrius Mazacoufa JD

♦ Program Development and Outreach: Susan Saylor

♦ Policy and Advocacy Associate: Lee Orr

♦ Fiscal Affairs: Angie Connelly CPA

♦ Cathalene Teahan RN, MSN

♦ George Michaels DDS

♦ Patrice Harris MD

♦ Myra Carmen EdD, RN, MN, CPNP

♦ Mike Morris MFA, author

Latest HIV/AIDS News

NATAP Event: April 15th – Making Long Term Goals: HIV and the Future

National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project

Free Forum! Breakfast, Lunch, & CEU’s provided
Friday, April 15th
8:30am – 1:30pm

Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis

A recent article by the Huffington Post explains how multidrug-resistant TB is on the rise and of growing concern.

Click here to read the article

Report release by Latino Commission on AIDS (LCOA)

The Hispanic and Latino communities are largely impacted by HIV/AIDS.

Click here to learn more and access the report