ALRP Receives Forger Award from ABA

ALRP has received the American Bar Association’s inaugural Alexander Forger Award for Excellence in HIV Legal Services and Advocacy.

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Up Your Alley Street Fair – 2012

Thank you to the 2012 Up Your Alley volunteers! Over 35 volunteers came out to support ALRP and ensure that this fun leather & fetish fair ran smoothly. Your efforts guarantee that ALRP will receive a portion of the proceeds. Thank you!

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ALRP AIDS Walk Team Smashes Records!

43 team members, including 10 StarWalkers, raised a staggering $22,819. Thank you for an incredible AIDS Walk!

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AIDS Walk – 2012

Legal Eagles AIDS Walk team smashes all records! 43 walkers, including 10 StarWalkers, joined our team and raised a staggering $22,819. Thank you for an incredible AIDS Walk!

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Technophobe Turns Tech Savvy (Summer 2012)

Technology is not my friend. I still do not own a cell phone and I am proud of it. But I recognize the importance of running an agency that is efficient and effective. Taking advantage of new technology is essential to ensuring that our clients are well-served. In order to broaden our reach in the community, we are using new communication tools to share the unique stories of our clients, volunteers, and donors.

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Walter Wins Back His Health Insurance

When ALRP client Walter C. made his regular trip to the pharmacy to pick up his medications, the pharmacist informed him that his insurance had been cancelled. It was devastating news for a self-insured person living with HIV. But it wasn’t the first time Walter had heard this. Since 2000, his insurance company had tried to cancel his policy four times for alleged nonpayment of his premiums. “I was at the end of my meds when I found out.”

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Helping Achieve Immigration Goals

Having come to the United States when he was 12 years old, Panel attorney Bernardo Merino has dedicated his law practice to helping others achieve their immigration goals. “Due to the persecution they may have been subjected to in Latin American countries, people who are HIV+ and gay may actually have a fighting chance at securing political asylum,” he says…”

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