Info for Same-Sex Couples after DOMA

The Center for American Progress has provided a series of fact sheets for same-sex couples after the ruling on DOMA. Read More »

HIV Funding Restored

Great news! The SF Supervisors and Mayor Lee has fully restored the cuts to federal funding of HIV/AIDS services. Read More »

Cassandra is on Her Way Back Up

At age 57, Cassandra has survived an HIV diagnosis, a painful divorce, and assuming custody of her five-year-old granddaughter. But as strong as she is, the debts she faced after her marriage ended threatened to overwhelm her. After ALRP helped her file for divorce a few years ago, she turned to ALRP once again to ask about the possibility of declaring bankruptcy.

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Large Law Firms Lend a Hand

ALRP wishes to acknowledge the large law firms who have recently donated their time and expertise to help our clients. Read More »

Bob A. Ross Foundation Supports Law Clerk Program

ALRP was honored to receive a grant of $15,000 from the Bob A. Ross Foundation in May 2013. Read More »

Survey on Technology & HIV Care

UCSF researchers want to hear how you think technology can improve HIV Care. Read More »

Major Donor Party – 2013

ALRP celebrated our ALRP|30 Campaign leadership gift donors at the ALRP Major Donor Party on May 9, 2013. The party was attended by over 75 guests and held at the waterfront Plant Cafe. Thanks to our generous donors, ALRP has raised almost $100,000, surpassing our $90,000 goal.

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Volunteer Appreciation Party – 2013

ALRP celebrated the contributions of Panel attorneys, office volunteers, and event volunteers at the 2013 Volunteer Appreciation Party. The event was held at the new Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP offices on April 11, 2013. Danielle Barnes, an enthusiastic office volunteer pursuing a career in HIV/AIDS services, was honored with the 2013 Volunteer of the Year Award.

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Reflecting on 30 Years of Service (Spring 2013)

As ALRP celebrates its 30th anniversary, there is much to be proud of. ALRP services continue to play a critical role in supporting people living with HIV in the Bay Area through some of their greatest challenges. When we save someone’s housing, when we secure political asylum for someone facing persecution in their country of origin, and when we protect someone’s disability insurance, we know that our clients’ health is measurably improved. Our clients are at the heart of what we do.

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ALRP’s 30th is Highlighted in the BAR

ALRP is pleased to be featured in the Bay Area Reporter, San Francisco’s LGBT newspaper. Read More »

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