Mission: Hiv prevention, education, advocacy and support.
Programs: Hiv education and advocacy: the idaho aids foundation (iaf) provides hiv education, counseling and advocacy services in cooperation with many other education and advocacy service organizations throughout idaho, oregon, utah and accross the united states. These partner organizations include: boise state university, idaho state university, and the university of idaho as well as the american civil liberties union (aclu), and its affiliate the idaho aclu of idaho, the utah aids foundation, the cascade aids project, the aids project of los angeles and nation association of people with aids. The iaf hiv education and advocacy program focuses upon education and access to health care housing and civil rights for homeless people as the group known to be at the highest statistical risk for hiv infection and dual diagnosis health risks in the united states. The iaf hiv education and advocacy program has served individuals in idaho and throughout the usa.
hiv supportive services: the idaho aids foundation hiv supportive services program focuses upon homeless prevention and the needs of the hard core homeless who are often without any shelter. The program provides assistance to those at risk for hiv and related infections. Hiv supportive service assistance includes food and nutrition services, clothing, bedding and housing intervention. The foundation provides supportive services in cooperation with other hiv and food organizations in idaho, oregon and utah. These organizations include the boise rescue mission, the salt lake rescue mission, the portland rescue mission and aids organizations in both oregon and utah.