Feb 7 | National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

February 7 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Black people make up 13% of the U.S. population but account for 43% of new HIV infections. 73% of women living with HIV are Black. The Black AIDS Institute does amazing work to uncover and rectify systemic inequalities in HIV prevention and care. Learn more about BAI at https://blackaids.org/

WNCAP Hiring For Director of Finance

WNCAP is hiring for a full-time position based in our Asheville office. The Director of Finance (DF) is the principal financial position at WNCAP and is responsible for managing all financial operations and policies. The DF will work as part of a team to address long-term financial goals and develop priorities and policies that will enhance the financial health of … Read More

WNCAP Hiring For Client Eligibility Navigator

WNCAP is hiring for a full-time position based in our Asheville office. Working under WNCAP’s Pharmacy Services Coordinator, the Client Eligibility Navigator (CEN) provides case management and outreach to referrals for biomedical HIV prevention and HCV treatment, including regular check-ins to engage clients in care and sending/following up on referrals to appropriate medical providers.  The CEN assesses clients’ eligibility for … Read More

WNCAP Offices Re-Opening 1/19/21

WNCAP Offices will Re-open 1/19/21 Our priority is and will always be to provide safe, reliable services to our clients and participants while maintaining a safe environment for teammates. Unfortunately, last week we learned that a teammate had tested positive for COVID-19. We took immediate action and closed our offices, worked with all team members who had been in the … Read More

WNCAP offices CLOSED IMMEDIATELY

ATTENTION: WNCAP Offices Closed Immediately Until Further Notice At WNCAP, we believe that clients, participants, and staff deserve transparency. We recently received notice that a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Out of an abundance of caution, we have made the difficult decision to close our offices in Asheville and Franklin for intensive cleaning.  This teammate has not been in contact … Read More

People Living With HIV Are More Vulnerable Than Ever: AC-T Op-Ed

Can you chip in to help our vulnerable neighbors living with HIV/AIDS? Every dollar makes an impact – donate today! The following op-ed is re-printed in its entirety from the Asheville Citizen-Times on December 1, 2020. By: Antonio Del Toro Today is World AIDS Day. Western North Carolina AIDS Project (WNCAP) remembers all the lives that have been lost. We … Read More

Demand straining NC nonprofits during the pandemic. Are donations keeping up?

Can you chip in to help our vulnerable neighbors living with HIV/AIDS? Every dollar makes an impact – donate today! This article is re-printed in its entirety from the Raleigh News & Observer By: Sophie Kasakove The first months of the pandemic at Dorcas Ministries, which supplies meals and monetary help in Cary, have been robust. The nonprofit’s thrift store, … Read More

2020 Annual Report

People living with HIV are more vulnerable now than at any time since the peak of the AIDS epidemic. Will you donate today to help keep our neighbors healthy, housed, and fed? The 2020 WNCAP Annual Report describes, in numbers, the incredible impact WNCAP has had on our local community in the past fiscal year – along with the impact … Read More

Merry & Bright Holiday Gift Drive

THANK YOU to everyone who supported our Merry & Bright Holiday Gift Drive. Thanks to you, we’ve been able to purchase every item on every child’s wish list! Without your generous support, our kids affected by HIV/AIDS would have to wake up to an empty tree this week. You can still support the administrative costs of Merry & Bright, including … Read More