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CLINIC RECEPTION

BUILDING Healthy Futures

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2016

A I D S S E RV I C E S O F A U S T I N COMMUNITY IMPACT REPORT

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FY 2014-FY 2016 REVENUE Federal Grants Other Government Grants Individual Donations and Private Grants Special Events Other Revenue TOTAL EXPENSES Programs Direct Services Case Management Prevention Oral Health Supporting Development Management and General TOTAL NET Total Net Assets

$10,014,262 $2,382,171 $4,421,329 $2,200,947 $253,864 $19,272,573

$4,260,283 $3,705,867 $3,330,097 $3,860,767 $1,492,524 $2,166,838 $18,816,376 $456,197

2016 Revenue Individual Donations and Private Grants

Other Revenue

Special Events Federal Grant Revenue

Other Government Grants

2016 Program Expenditures Development Oral Health

Management and General

Prevention Direct Services Case Management

THE US HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC THE AUSTIN EPIDEMIC & ASA 2

1981

First reported AIDS deaths in US (Los Angeles) and in Texas (Houston).

Gay-Related Immune Disorder = GRID.

1982

July: GRID re-named AIDS.


SURVIVE TO THRIVE. When ASA first opened its doors in 1987, it was in response to an epidemic we did not fully understand compounded by stigma and fear. We held the hands of our friends and neighbors as they passed away, and propped up others hoping they would survive long enough for a cure to arrive.

But our work is not over. As the landscape of HIV changes, new challenges emerge, and current resources strain to keep pace with the demand for HIV services. For 30 years the community has invested in the programs and services of ASA to ensure clients can access and maintain medical care and to help promote proven prevention strategies to curb the rate of new infections. Your support has gone to work providing dental care, housing assistance, food and nutrition, emergency services, outreach and prevention, and linkage to care. And now, we are thrilled to announce the integration of medical care to meet the growing demand for access to care.

Fred Sultan, Chair

As ASA marks its 30th anniversary, we cannot help but reflect on how far we’ve come since those first days. While a cure has yet to arrive, meaningful and viable treatment options have emerged along with powerful new prevention tools. As an organization, we have transitioned from reactive to proactive services, implemented innovative programs, paved the way for expanded HIV testing, and worked with our community to fight stigma and indifference.

We remain committed to building healthier lives, free from stigma, for people affected by HIV. As we layout our blueprint for the future, we will continue to build on our past Paul E. Scott, successes to once again advance HIV services in Central Chief Executive Texas through integrated, sustainable, centralized care that Officer builds an empowered community that allows more people Over the past 30 years we have innovated, expanded, than ever to reclaim their health and live vibrant, healthy lives. and met the challenges of those living with or affected by HIV. We have evolved to a place where we are no longer holding Together, we are helping people affected by HIV to not only people’s hands while they are dying, but holding their hands as survive but to thrive. we lift them up into their healthiest and happiest lives. We have moved our clients beyond survival to thriving, healthy, and bright futures. We are succeeding. Paul

1983

AIDS declared #1 health emergency in US.

Waterloo Counseling Center founded for mental health services to LGBT community; Paul Clover, ED

Austin reports first 3 AIDS cases and first deaths.

1984

&

Fred Death toll reaches 7,000.

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CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES In 2016, we assisted 236 clients in our Case Management Program. 88% of our clients in Medical Case Management are virally suppressed, which is a 5% increase over 2015. Viral suppression means HIV is virtually untransmittable! Case Management is a service which seeks to provide clients with the knowledge and resources to improve and maintain their medical care and basic living needs. NON-MEDICAL CASE MANAGEMENT The Non-Medical Case Management team works with clients who have social service needs. Non-Medical Case Managers help clients focus on specific life challenges. This may include tackling issues like food insecurity or nutritional challenges, housing, transportation, legal matters, budgeting, family concerns, or cultural barriers. MEDICAL CASE MANAGEMENT Medical Case Management is designed to serve persons living with HIV who have multiple complex health-related needs. Our team assists clients with medication adherence, health literacy, prescription management, and the scheduling and accompaniment to doctors’ appointments. We also assist clients with medicine interaction and managing their co-morbidities.

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1985

Ryan White, a 13-yr old hemophiliac with AIDS, is barred from his Indiana school.

Programs added: Food Bank, Housing Task Force, & Home Health Caregivers.

1986 Our client load reaches 59; budget $67K.

19 Programs added: Emergency Financial Assistance, Safer Sex Workshops, & Rubber Fairies gay bar outreach.


ASA’S CONTINUUM OF CARE MEDICAL

START

New clients often get started with ASA through our testing program, Jack Sansing Dental Clinic, or medical referral.

DENTAL

$

POSITIVE

LINK TO CARE

ASA TESTING VAN

NEGATIVE

SUPPORT GROUPS

HIV Primary Care HOUSING

+ PLUS PROGRAM

CAPITAL AREA AIDS LEGAL PROJECT

FOOD BANK

NUTRITION

AZT – the 1st AIDS drug – approved.

Feb: ASA officially opens as 501.c.3 org; Lee Manford = Chair, Glen Maxey = Vice-Chair.

Programs added: Legal Advocates, Social Services Advocates, haircuts, & Pastoral Care.

Pharmacy

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

HEALTH INSURANCE ASSISTANCE

• Healthy Relationships Program • Women Rising Project

• CLEAR Counseling (+/-) • The Q Austin (+/-)

1987

CASE MANAGEMENT • Retention in Medical Care • Medication Adherence

PREVENTION EDUCATION

COMING IN 2018

Paul Kirby dies; Emergency Assistance Fund is named Paul Kirby Fund.

Mental Health

PrEP Services

12/87: 150 client; 4 staff; budget $112K. 5


“The Helping Hands Food Bank helped me focus on building my health with nutritious food options.” ~ROGER

3,672

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1988

UN launches 1st World AIDS Day.

AIDS Walk Austin founded, raises $82K.

ASA hires RN, one of first ASOs in US to do so; Pentamidine inhalation begun.

1990 224 clients & 9 staff members.

Ryan White dies; Ryan White CARE Act passes Congress.


White ess.

HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS In 2016, we assisted our clients with more than $735,000 in housing related expenses. Our Housing Case Managers often explain our four Housing Assistance Programs by describing different parts of a house. HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA) Think of HOPWA as a first floor helping someone out of homelessness: Short-Term Support of Housing (STSH) pays for someone who is homeless to move to transitional housing (~60 days). STSH is a pathway to housing. Permanent Housing Placement Services (PHPS) pays first month’s rent for clients so they can afford to pay deposits. PHPS is a doorway into housing. Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) pays monthly rent and utilities.

PAUL KIRBY FUND Our Paul Kirby Fund is reserved for clients having documented emergencies and no other funding options.

Short-Term Rent, Mortgage, and Utility Assistance (STRMU) pays for rent, utilities, or mortgage payments. This is for clients in permanent housing, but at risk of losing it. This funding source helps them stay housed. BEST SINGLE SOURCE PLUS (BSS+)

The Plus One $735,000+ Program helps clients unable to pay bills. PLUS ONE keeps water and power on.

BSS+ helps clients establish predictable, affordable, sustainable, and safe housing. BSS+ is for those living at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level.

Est. “1,000,000 people in US” have HIV.

*This refers only to PKF housing assistance in 2016.

1991

PLUS ONE PROGRAM

$43,168

Magic Johnson announces HIV+ status. Insurance Premium Support Program, Low-cost Housing Support Program (HOPWA) started.

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JACK SANSING DENTAL CLINIC

“ASA helped me build a brighter future by giving me my smile back.” ~TASHANA

Up to 50% of people living with HIV develop oral disease. Our specialty Dental Clinic offers a staff with advanced training in treating people living with HIV who can perform early identification and treatment of oral lesions and oral disease.

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1992

Clinton establishes Office of National AIDS Policy.

ASA opens Dental Clinic.

1993 Gov. Ann Richards presents ASA the Governor’s Award for Excellence.

1994 625 clients (916 clients actually served; 216 deaths).


TESTING AND LINKAGE TO CARE PROGRAM HIV, SYPHILIS, & HEPATITIS C TESTING

CART & CAMPAIGN

The Q Austin is the most visited HIV testing site in Austin. Testing Van

1995

Clinton appoints President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA).

Women’s programming expanded; 1st Retreat held.

PALETERIA PÓNTELLO In 2016, we launched “Paleteria Póntelo”, a bilingual Latinx paleteria-themed sexual health campaign that includes easy-to-read Spanish resources, a bilingual web page, and an actual paletero cart equipped with cold treats, safer sex supplies, and resources.

1996 Red Ribbon Dinners established at Austin’s fine restaurants.

For first time, death rate declines.

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249

Condom Distribution Sites Served

245,904

$91,207.07

Condoms Distributed to Community

raised for the PKF through fundraising events such as Art Erotica.

Our online CDN store is now live! Order free condoms and lube at cdnstore.org and we’ll ship them to you!

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Thank you to the Octopus Club volunteers, who continue with their incredible fundraising success in support of ASA’s Paul Kirby Emergency Assistance Fund (PKF). PKF provides critical emergency relief for HIV positive clients when no other sources of funding exist.

1997

1998 CAALP wins State Bar Pro Bono Award.

Triple-drug therapy accepted as standard.

1999 ASA moves to 7215 Cameron Road– our very own building!

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“I volunteer because I don’t want to sit at home and it could have been me. I could have been one of the ones coming in for services.” ~LARRY GRAHAM

2016 VOLUNTEER AWARDS & RECIPIENTS: FACILITIES AWARD Jeremy Madron MISSION MOMENTS AWARD Kristi and Nick Winges-Yanez

Octopus Club passes 10 years & $500K mark.

OCTOPUS CLUB AWARD Billy Brown

HELPING HANDS FOOD BANK AWARD (most logged hours) Jack Harrington

SANDY BARTLETT VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD Anonymous

COUNT ON ME AWARD Ashley Rathburn

JACK SANSING DENTAL CLINIC AWARD Jenna Miller, RPh

PREVENTION AWARD Stephen Adams

2000

ACCESS SERVICES AWARD Larry Graham

2001 Dental Clinic has served 2500+ patients in 10 years.

BOARD CHAIR AWARD Leslie Wingo

2002 ASA and area nonprofits launch The Best Single Source Project (BSS+).

803 clients, 48 staff, budget $3.5M.

AIDS WALK 2016

$241,341

Raised

900+

Participants

Women Rising Project awarded its first grant by the Ms. Foundation, one of four in the country.

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ASA recognizes the generous contributions of our 2016 supporters, helping us build healthier futures for our community.

TOP TEN AIDS WALK TEAMS Prime Timers Austin | $24,517 Walgreens Community |$6,762 Team SXSW |$5,415 Team Raymond |$3,865 Rainbows and Unicorns |$3,745 Care Communities Walkers |$3,715 Austin Gears |$3,338 Austin LGBT Bar Association |$3,165

Supporters at $10,000 or Higher Lew Aldridge* Alori Properties Austin Community Foundation Bill R. Dickson* Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation Estate of Donald Stanley Woolson Gilead Sciences Hill Country Ride For AIDS IBM Employees Janssen Products, LP Local Independent Charities Of Texas Maxwell, Locke, and Ritter, LLP St. David’s Community Health Foundation The M.A.C. AIDS Fund Walgreens

Project Transitions |$2,880 Team Waterloo |$2,755 *individual giving at our Star Partner level or above.

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2004 ASA lands Austin’s first CDCfunded prevention grant to launch HIV testing program.

2005 ASA launches its first HIV testing program.

2 Texas Equal Access to Justice Foundation grants funds to ASA’s Legal Program (CAALP).


$2,500 - $9,999 Anonymous Anonymous* Rick Antoine Apple Employees Avita Drugs, LLC Benevity Community Impact Fund Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Inc. James Carlisle Charles Maund Toyota CLS Partners William E. Coll* Charles L. Curry* Bob Dailey* Dell Employees Donald D. Hammill Foundation

2007 Octopus Club raises over $1 Million.

Michael J. Donnelly & Gary Olney* Frontstream Frank J. Garrahan, III Jeffrey God* H-E-B Interactive Life Forms Kent Richard Hofmann Foundation Dr. Noel Landuyt & Gary Schumann* Lauterstein-Conway Massage School & Clinic Lola Wright Foundation Jim A. Lommori* Macy’s Foundation Michael L. Magee

2008 St. David’s Foundation Funds Dental and Medical case Management programs for the first time.

Duane Mailman Lee Manford & Casey Blass* Maudie’s Tex-Mex Midtown Office of Independence Title David Dison Miller Nordstrom Red Bull North America, Inc. Henry Renfert* Paul E. Scott & Scott Simons* Seton Healthcare Family Justin B. & Amy Siegel* Piper Stege Nelson* Tableau Software

2010 ASA voted Best Non-profit Organization in Austin.

The Benevity Community Impact Fund United Way for Greater Austin Wells Fargo Foundation Whole Foods Market Truist Leslie Wingo* Dr. David P. & Sheri Wright*

2011 Thanks to St. David’s Foundation, ASA completes full renovation of its building.

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$500 - $2,499 Carol & Chris Adams* Albertsons Safeway ALC Steaks Jason Aldridge Timothy R. Allen Amy’s Ice Creams, Inc Paula Angerstein & Paul Grosso* Daren R. Appelt Applied Materials ASTI Trattoria AT&T AT&T Employee Giving Campaign Austin Board of Realtors Austin Regional Clinic Austin Title Company Patrick Baker Glen S. Baum Patrick Bauman Joyce Beasley Mr. Raymond L. Beaumont Dr. Hans Bengtson Ms. April M. Berman

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Jay T. Billig Vicki Blachman Pamela Bossert Russell Bridges & Ralph Salinas* Francesca Brockett & Jim Pedicano* Build A Sign David Burton California Pizza Kitchen Susan Campion & Candis Guidry* Castle Hill Investments Cenote Ms. Faye Chandler Cherrywood Coffeehouse Donna Clay* Raymond Clayton & Jeff Pavlat Craig Cobb Arnold A. & Susan Cohen Nora Daly Stephen Brian Davis Brendan Day Taylor A. Dean Henry DeAngelis, Jr.*

2012

Dell DentaQuest Malisa L. DiGiacomo Dragon’s Lair Comics And Fantasy Ms. Marianne S. Dwight Terry A. Eaton & Robert Williams* John J. Egan El Alma Cafe y Cantina Electronic Arts Amos Ewing Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Stephen J. Fleckenstein Steve Flores & David Thibodeaux* Bradley G. Frey* Annie Frierson* Robert Gabourel* Mr. Bill Garza Give With Liberty Employee Donations Grant Works, Inc. Dara J. Gray Diane Y Greene Mark Guerrero*

President Obama launches the first-ever National HIV and AIDS Strategy.

ASA completes integrated approach to service model.

Truvada as PrEP is approved by the FDA.

Gusto Italian Kitchen + Wine Bar Hunter Hagemann Sue B. Hammer* Amadee F. Harris Richard C. Hartgrove & Gary Cooper* Dr. James R. Haws David & Xenia Hennington Chris Hester Mr. Garrett C. Higley* Terrance Hines & Jerrett Urban* Home Depot Foundation Hotel Van Zandt Housing Authority of the City of Austin Dan Huffine* Ms. Laura Ellen Hurst R. Gordon Huth* Anthony Incalcatera* Justin Jacobs Chris Jimmerson & Dr. Wayne Bockmon* Edwin Johnson & Clifton Dollar Brian Kieley*

2015 The Jack Sansing Dental Clinic moves to its new location on 38th Street.


Ms. Carole H. Lake Laura & Bob Higley Foundation* Richard Leczynski Dr. Larry J. Lee Brad Lepors Bernie J. Lofaso, Jr.* Christopher B. Long & David C. Smith* Sylvia J. López Dr. Donald E. Lovering* Brian Lee MacKinlay Magnolia Cafe Peter Flagg Maxson & Jack Taylor Michael Mayer* Tom Mays & Orlando Zayas* Toby McClellan Janet McCullar Vavra* Ann N. McGinley* Merck Foundation Laura M. Merritt* Andy Miller & Brian Stephens* Kristin E. Mondy Daniel C. Montoya* Moonshine Patio Bar & Grill Rep Elliot Naishtat National Instuments

2016 ASA leadership receives Health Equity Hero Award from DentalQuest.

Terry M. Neal* Larry Dwain Neal Network For Good David E. Nielsen Dr. Jeffrey Michael Novak Carolyn C. Osborn Lisa B. Owens Paypal EBay Victoria Holland Pearson Joe Pinnelli Marilyn K. Polston & Cindy Ponce* Susan Pratt Forrest Preece & Linda Ball* Jean R. Presnal Progressive Casualty Insurance Co. Puracy Quest Diagnostics Rain on 4th Ranch 616 Mr. Peter Reid David Reid* Mr. James Rock Roppolo’s Pizzeria Gregg Rossi Patrick Roth & Wade Holmes* Ana Ruelas

Francis Rusconi Miss Monica Saavedra* Salesforce.org Matching Grants Samsung Austin Semiconductor Anna Marie Sanchez &Katrina Pruitt* Joe P. Sanchez, Jr. Jody J. Scheske Schwab Charitable Trust Kimberly Selinger* Eugene Sepulveda & Steven Thomlinson* Mr. Larry Don Shaw Stephen Skaggs & Jay Kleine* Matt Smith & Jason Berkowitz* Mr. L. G. Skip Smith Joah Spearman* Fred Sultan, IV & Don Meek* Subaru Roland Swenson Nick Swerdfeger Tableau Cara Tapia Tecumseh Foundation Texas Natural Supply Kevin M. Thibodeau

2017 ASA celebrates 30 years.

John M. Thomason Karen Thompson TRACE Charles Tucker UT Division of Diversity and Community Engagement Velocity Credit Union Vintage IT Services Rick Wadley Jennifer Walker Gates Barry C. Waller* Kirby Watson* Ingrid Weigand Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Bert K. Wenker, Jr.* Aisha White, M.D. & Anthony Hall* Becky L. Willard Clarence P. Williams Tom J. Wilmore & Linda Magee* Neil Wilson Andrew Wisner Joseph Wisnoski Eva & Marvin Womack Tim E. Young Janna Zumbrun

2018 ASA’s launches a pharmacy, mental health services, and a primary health clinic for people living with HIV.

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SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR MAJOR SUPPORTERS FOR HELPING US BUILD HEALTHY FUTURES FOR CENTRAL TEXAS.

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