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Medically vulnerable to be served by new affordable housing development

AVOL Kentucky Breaks Ground on Stonewall Terrace

‘Dining Out For Life’ to benefit HIV fight, housing

Annual event set in September, donations accepted now.

AVOL’s Parker receives ‘Public Health Hero’ honor

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department’s Board of Health has selected Jon Parker as the 2020 Dr. Rice C. Leach Public Health Hero.

AVOL Kentucky Receives $112,000 from Harm Reduction Coalition

AVOL Kentucky announced Wednesday it is one of 32 recipients of a HepConnect grant from the Harm Reduction Coalition.

Celebrating Pride with Helena Handbasket

Tomorrow is Lexington Pride, so of course we have to celebrate a day early on midday. Helena Handbasket has a few things up her...

AVOL unveils new brand and focus

AVOL unveils a new brand and focus as it focuses on awareness and eradicating HIV from Kentucky.

AVOL participants walk to end HIV in Kentucky

A group from AVOL walked in downtown Lexington to raise awareness about HIV in Kentucky.

Lexington-Fayette Health Dept. expanding needle exchange

The drug epidemic is having such a big impact on Kentucky, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department has expanded its needle exchange to a second day a week.

Many in Lexington walked to raise HIV awareness

Eight of the ten most vulnerable counties for an outbreak are in Kentucky.


“Positively Unbreakable”- AVOL

AVOL collaborates with communities to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and to empower those affected.

Restaurants donate to AVOL through “Dining Out for Life” fundraiser

On Thursday, several local restaurants will be donating a percentage of diners' bills to Aids Volunteers, Inc. (AVOL.) The event is sponsored by Woodford Reserve.

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