July 1-9 | Born to Be – Virtual Film Screening

Born To Be virtual film screening WNCAP

WNCAP invites everyone to a Pay-What-You-Can virtual screening of Born to Be, a “lively, moving” documentary about transgender and non-binary people seeking transition-related healthcare. All proceeds from our Born to Be virtual screening will be donated to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute to support their efforts to protect and defend the lives of Black Trans people. Email Michael Poandl at mpoandl@wncap.org or call (703) … Read More

Born to Be – Virtual Film Screening

Born To Be virtual film screening WNCAP

WNCAP invites everyone to a Pay-What-You-Can virtual screening of Born to Be, a “lively, moving” documentary about transgender and non-binary people seeking transition-related healthcare. All proceeds from our Born to Be virtual screening will be donated to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute to support their efforts to protect and defend the lives of Black Trans people. Email Michael Poandl at mpoandl@wncap.org or call (703) … Read More

WNCAP Is Hiring!

Work with WNCAP

WNCAP is now hiring for three full-time positions: Bilingual (English/Spanish) Case Manager Medical Case Manager Harm Reduction Peer Support Specialist All of these positions are based in our Asheville office. Join the front lines of equity, health justice, and harm reduction in our community. Apply today! WNCAP is a Certified Living Wage and an equal opportunity employer. We strive to foster … Read More

Black Lives Matter

WNCAP joins the world in outrage over the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others at the hands of police officers. Black lives matter. HIV/AIDS disproportionately impacts the Black community. African Americans—many of whom serve as essential workers—are also disproportionately hurt by the pandemic and its economic fallout. Limited access to unbiased healthcare and living wages are disparities that reveal systemic racism in our … Read More