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What We Do…

The Red Circle Project (RCP) at AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) is the only HIV Prevention Program in Los Angeles County that specifically provides services to the Native American /Alaska Native Community.

RCP provides culturally competent HIV/AIDS resources, referrals; group level interventions for Native Gay/Two Spirit men and Native transgender individuals; and mobile HIV testing to urban Native community at outreach events such as powwows, cultural events, etc...

APLA, one of the largest non-profit AIDS service organizations in the United States, provides bilingual direct services, prevention education and leadership on HIV/AIDS-related policy and legislation. With more than 25 years of service, APLA is a community-based, volunteer-supported organization with local, national and global reach.


providers - bring your clients!
educators - bring your students!
community - bring your friends, partners, and family!
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Women & Girls Awareness Day

Mar 10, 1:00pm

Jim Gilliam Recreation Center

This event is for everyone who identifies as a woman or girl, & anyone who loves, supports, parents, teaches, learns from, and/or partners with women or girls. Free Food Zumba Raffle Prizes “Free store“ Resource Fair DJ Make Art

EVENT: Sharing Indigenous Farming, Knowledge in a Time of Climate Change
DATE: Saturday, Feb. 25th, 2017
TIME: 10am to 3pm
LOCATION: NAC Architecture, 837 N. Spring St., Los Angeles
CONTACT: Alicia Tsosie,
Allison Behrstock,
Michael Pinto,

Attention: Is your youth interested in learning more about traditional farming. Please consider attending this workshop this Saturday at 10am in DTLA. Click on the flier for more info and plz share with others. Thanks All. #UAII #UAIInvolved #UAIIcommunity
Sharing of Indigenous Farming Wisdom in a Time of Climate Change

From the Colorado Plateau to the Farmers of Los Angeles Valley
Leonard Selestewa is a traditional Hopi farmer and long-time indigenous activist. He's going to be presenting on all types of traditional water gathering techniques, utilizing springs and natural watersheds during times of drought.
Rosemary Williams is a traditional Navajo farmer from Curly, AZ. She is going to talk about low-water farming techniques, field prep, heirloom seed collection and her once-a-year flooding crop that yields unbelievable amounts of fruits and veggies.
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Have you heard of PrEP?

It’s a pill that is 99% effective at preventing HIV when taken once daily! Visit APLA Health - PrEP for more information! Also, check out APLA Health’s PrEP Awareness campaign currently running along the Metro Red Line, Purple Line, Expo Line, and Blue Line.

Listening Session

LA Commission is hosting a “Listening Session” to assess the needs, gaps, and barriers Native Americans face when accessing HIV Prevention and care services in Los Angeles. Participants must be 18+ and will receive a $25 gift card & metro bus tokens as appreciation for your time. Dinner will be provided and child care will be available. RSVP @ 213-738-2816.

Want to be an RCP Role Model?

Red Circle Project, as a part of the model we operate under, known as Community Promise, puts out role model stories which highlights the stories of individuals who are part of our community and who have taken the initiative to be in control of their health through knowing their status, helping reduce the stigma associated with HIV and AIDS, and continuing to collect tools to add to their safe sex tool kit, such as condom use, PrEP, harm reduction, or abstinence.

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