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Did You Know:

WNCAP provides free, rapid, and confidential testing at our offices and around WNC. Stop in for an HIV, Hepatitis C, or Syphilis test today!

Call our Prevention Specialists to make an appointment, 828-252-7489, ext. 312.

Tickets on Sale July 1

Celebrate the uniquely Asheville and western North Carolina art scene and fight AIDS.

Join WNCAP for our most fabulous evening of the year: the Raise Your Hand Auction & Gala. All proceeds go toward benefiting the only HIV/AIDS service provider in the region, with critical programs like prevention and education, advocacy, case management, and life-saving medical transportation.

Tickets on sale Saturday, July 1st. Pictured is this year’s Signature Piece winner is Linda Gritta, “Red is Feeling Brave.”

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Dining Out For Life

Thank you to everyone who came out to support the 15th Annual Dining Out For Life!

“WNC AIDS Project a lifeline for many”

Mountain Causes: WNC AIDS Project a lifeline for many

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EXPANDING PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

New grant funds and donated dollars support more HIV testing.

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7 Things Your HIV Tester Wants You To Know

One in seven people with HIV don’t know they have it. Although the Western North Carolina AIDS Project proudly provides free, rapid HIV tests every day of the year, tomorrow is a special day for us: it’s National HIV Testing Day. And we. Are. Here. For. It.   An estimated 62% of adults in the…

Congratulations to our 2017 Signature Piece Winner!

The excitement was high last week as the 2017 Signature Piece winner was chosen in the juried competition.  Pam Siekman, the auction chairperson has announced that the winner of this prestigious recognition is Linda Gritta. Her winning entry is 36” x 36” abstract, mixed media on canvas titled “Red is Feeling Brave.”  Gritta, known for her masterful use…

Tackling the Opioid Crisis and its Ripple Effects

WNCAP’s Michael Harney is on a mission, and this is an issue near and dear to us. According to North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein, four people die every day in the state from an opioid overdose. At last week’s opioid crisis roundtable with Attorney General Stein, Michael Harney brought over twenty years of experience to…

Demand Outpacing Supply for Asheville Needle Exchange Program

The needle exchange program run out of WNCAP, intended to serve the 18 counties of western North Carolina, often faces shortages in supply. For insight into the extraordinary demand for safe and unused needles in our community and from travelers across state lines, Blue Ridge Public Radio recently spoke to our own “Rubber Man” Michael…


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