South Jersey Against Aids Inc Dba South Jersey Aids Alliance
Rating: 5 stars 8 8 reviews
19 Gordons Alley Atlantic City NJ 08401 USA
Support for people with hiv and aids
Outreach programs for people living with aids providing transportation services, a resource center, drug therapy, counseling services, emergency assistance and coordinating agency for other services
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when i first came to Southern NJ i didnt know any one. I am used to the big cities and having all kinds of service. SJAA has gone out of it's way to help me through all kinds of emergencies and situations. I am really lucky to have the support of the great counselors who they have hired. they are never tired or over worked to help me.
This economy has been really hard. I have struggled with employment staying afloat. I have always been supported with respect and care. The counselors are really hard working and dynamic. I am totally in their debt. they understand that we are going though a gigantic epidemic in a gigantic recession where there are many who are wishing to cut back services. this is terrifying too.
they really understand how terrifying it is to have a health problem and not know where to go or if i can afford to have it taken care of. they have really been helpful in so many ways. I am truly grateful!
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I am a long term survivor who has tried to be a low maintenance client but as a result of this recession and overall changes in insurance policiies i have had to rely on assistance and services SJAA. I would have been lost in so many ways without them. i am grateful to the counselors who have offered me a variety of options and solutions to problems which i would have had great difficulty dealing with without their support.
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I am very satisfied with pretty much all aspect of my care. there is even a link between me SJAA and my nurse practicner. we have a 3 way relationship so everybody is aware how i am doing.
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caring, intelligent and not over weilmed, or burnt out.
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I would say that the way better than average treatment and the intelligent non judgemental approach to me as an individual makes me want to do and be my best.
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