Upcoming Events

Thursday, May 30th is RI Pride Edition Drag Queen Bingo

Forget everything you think you know about BINGO because Honey… this ain’t your Grandma’s Bingo!

You Can Truly Make A Change

Sign Up For Our Change Round-Up Program!

When you link your eligible payment card and set your monthly giving level, AIDS Care Ocean State automatically “rounds up” your transactions to the next dollar amount and donates that spare change. For example, if you spend $17.83 at a restaurant on your linked debit card or credit card, AIDS Care Ocean State will add 17 cents to your purchase.

ACOS Needs YOUR Support

Join our Events Committee or Help With Admin Work!

Like most non-profits, ACOS is ALWAYS looking for volunteers. The benefits of volunteering can be enormous. Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the community, but the benefits can be even greater for you, the volunteer. The right match can help you to find friends, connect with the community, learn new skills, and even advance your career.

HIV-prevention Medications Now Covered by Health Insurance in RI

Legislation that will help reduce the spread of HIV transmission by making HIV-prevention and post-exposure medications accessible and covered by insurance, including newer injectable formulations, was signed into law at Open Door Health in Providence, RI's only LGBTQ+ dedicated primary care and sexual health clinic.

Knowledge Center

Know the Facts

Get all the up to date information about HIV, AIDS, and hepatitis C. Take a few minutes to browse our Education and Knowledge Center.

How We Help

ACOS is needed now more than ever!

Our services are crucial to the health and well-being of every client. Lack of housing, food and other social determinants are directly linked to poor health outcomes, having a detrimental effect on proper nutrition, medication adherence, family stability and job insecurity have increased depression and loneliness.

Giving

Help Support ACOS

We rely on your support to provide our services to over 500 individuals and families who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS.