About Us

Founded by the North Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church in 1989, AM/AA has emerged as one of the state's leading AIDS Service Organizations (ASO's). Recognizing the link between people's health and quality of life, the first staff and volunteers set out to assist those facing HIV/AIDS. As the initial belief that a cure was coming soon passed quickly, education about HIV and its prevention came to the forefront of the agency's goals while it remains committed to those facing HIV.

AM/AA provides the tools to help concerned individuals practice prevention in everything they do. AM/AA educates the community and works with them to find effective, common sense solutions to preventing HIV and assisting those who have HIV.

Our Mission are fivefold...

  • To provide access to community support
  • To provide assistance to those in need
  • To educate the public regarding the challenges facing the community regarding HIV/AIDS infection and prevention
  • To raise public awareness and advocate for the dignity and rights of those infected with HIV/AIDS
  • To stimulate and collaborate with religious and other communities of care to build networks for education and support



Support Group every other Thursday from 5pm to 6pm at our South Bend Office.

Our South Bend office will be closed from December 18th - April 2016. All services will be provided out of our Elkhart Office.


Red Ribbon Rummage
1st Saturday of Every Month from 9am - 12pm At 201 S William St, South Bend
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Golf Outing

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Rock the Rooftop
Rock the Roof
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