Allies Linked for the Prevention of HIV and AIDS (a.l.p.h.a.) has created a set of four classes to help educate our volunteers and the community about HIV. These classes have been taken by volunteers, community members, nurses and Peace Corp volunteers and have been recommended by all. a.l.p.h.a. is also seeking new volunteers to teach these classes. If you would like the opportunity to teach this class, please contact us - training is available.

 

We politely ask for a $20 donation per class from community members. Classes are free for volunteers!

 

 

HEART Classes are periodically in Boise.

Call the number below if you would like to sign up!

 

(208) 424-7799

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HIV & AIDS:

 

Designed to offer participants the basic understanding of HIV transmission,

progression, and prevention. At the conclusion of the session, attendees will be

able to explain basic HIV facts, demonstrate proper condom use, and confidently

answer questions pertaining to HIV and AIDS.

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a.l.p.h.a. History:

 

This workshop offers the basic understanding of the beginning of a.l.p.h.a.,

Duane Quinatana’s story, and the growth the organization has made over the last

eight years. Participants will gain the basic knowledge and confidence to share

the mission, story, and history of a.l.p.h.a. with members of the community.

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Allies:

 

Designed to give a general view of the major allies a.l.p.h.a. is affiliated with

as well as those who support a.l.p.h.a. and the work that we are striving to

accomplish. Throughout the session, alliances will be discussed and the reason

for our involvement with other organizations will be further explained.

 

Compassion:

 

This particular class is a unique opportunity to come together and learn from

other’s experiences, and hopefully walk away with new perspectives. We

recommend that you take HIV & AIDS before taking this class, but it is not

required.

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