Get Tested Here:
Walk-In Wednesday 4-8pm
At Bridgercare: Friday noon-2pm
(Saturdays for now are by appointment only)
or call 406-451-5718 to make an appointment!
Where to Find Us
AIDS Outreach – 202 S. Black Ave, Suite 603, Bozeman, MT 59715
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SAVE THE DATE!
November 13th, 2015
AIDS Outreach hosts the 5th Annual
Music, dancing, food, raffles, more!
Baxter Hotel Ballroom, 105 W. Main Street, Bozeman, MT 59715
$15 – Adults $25 – Couples
$10 – Students
FREE – Children under 12
All proceeds benefit people living with HIV in Gallatin, Park and Madison Counties
Announcing our new Executive Director, Bob Cruz!
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Bob graduated from Yale in 1979 with a degree in paleontology, already “out” as a gay man in the decade prior to the AIDS crisis. He lived in Denver (employed in the energy industry) and, later, New York City (employed on Wall Street), eventually experiencing many personal losses due to AIDS while continuously confronting with the challenges of HIV in an urban setting. Early on, passionate concern coupled with his science background inspired Bob to diligently pursue any and all knowledge about the complex biological nature of HIV as well as the medical profession’s ever-evolving responses to it. Because of his own difficulties when coming out as well as his concerns about HIV, Bob has been involved with several LGBT organizations and causes: he served as Secretary on the board of the Yale Gay and Lesbian Alumni (GALA) association, whose members include AIDS activist Larry Kramer and same-sex marriage attorney Evan Wolfson; under the tutelage of Doric Wilson, he was in charge of the “New Playwrights” series for “The Other Side of Silence II” (TOSOSII) theater company; he has volunteered for Jerry Mitchell and Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS to help stage their annual fundraiser “Broadway Bares”; and he has worked as a caregiver in the AIDS ward of New York’s St. Vincent Hospital.
Having moved to Bozeman ten years ago in order to obtain an MFA from Montana State University in science communications, Bob would now like to share his social experience and his scientific knowledge with the local community in order to educate and empower all those who are concerned about HIV and its associated conditions. Additionally, with 40+ years of being active in the gay community, Bob is committed to serving as a mentor to young people who are struggling here in Montana to express their own queer identities.
Aside from his concerns about HIV and LGBTQ acceptance, Bob indulges in intense exercise, dinosaur research, queer film history, animation and the legacy of choreographer Bob Fosse (although not necessarily in that order).
AIDS Outreach offers free and anonymous
20-minute rapid HIV Testing with certified testing associates in a non-judgmental setting.
Our goal is to help you take control of your health.
Because the healthier you are, the healthier we all are.
Call us at (406)-451-5718– or email us at email@example.com to schedule an appointment- even outside of office hours!
You can always stop by on Wednesdays between 4 and 8 pm and Saturdays 10am-2pm to chat with our experts.
We have also partnered with Bridgercare to do free, anonymous testing on Fridays from noon-2pm
(click on “Take the Test,” above to see our cool video- thanks KBZK!)
Find another Montana testing site here:
AIDS Outreach provides a monthly support group for HIV+ persons facilitated by licensed therapist and certified HIV educator, Greg Smith. HIV is much more difficult when facing it alone. Let’s face it together. Call (406) 596-2013 for more information.
The work AIDS Outreach is doing would not be possible without the support of our community and help from volunteers. Please call or write firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can help us meet our goals for education, prevention and community outreach.
Dedicated to empowering people and communities affected by HIV through
testing, prevention, support and education.
AIDS Outreach serves Gallatin, Park and Madison Counties, Montana.
With the generous support of