IRS Form 990 for
Yr 2000 (Large! PDF file - 895K)
Total Budget: $29,823,197
Programs: $23,471,191 (78.7%)
Fundraising: $3,520,423 (11.8%)
Administration: $2,831,583 (9.5%)
Jeffrey Goodman Special
Care Clinic - located in Hollywood, offers a full range of high quality medical
services and complimentary care for HIV-infected individuals including psychiatry,
hematology, dermatology, neurology, gynecology, urology, cardiology, radiology,
chiropractic services, acupuncture and massage therapy all at minimal or no cost to the
patient. The clinic is the largest community-based, anonymous, HIV test site in the U.S.,
testing 14,000 people each year. Seventy-five percent of those who have tested in positive
in L.A. have tested at the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center, and half of all tested are
Pedro Zamora Youth HIV
Clinic - a peer care clinic to address the unique needs of youth who are dealing
Audre Lorde Lesbian Health
Clinic - attends to the special needs of HIV infected women.
Community Unity for AIDS
Care - a program which offers express delivery of AIDS medication and
pharmaceutical counseling to the Clinics patients and the patients/clients of 18
other affiliated AIDS service organizations.
Jeff Griffith Youth Center
- located on Santa Monica Blvd. in an area highly populated by homeless youth. Works
to prevent new infections among this high risk group by providing HIV/STD testing and
education. In addition they offer job skills training, educational opportunities,
counseling, support groups and legal advocacy. All services are designed to help youth get
and stay off the streets and to stay HIV negative.
- from general counseling through to coping with clinical trials and special programs
HIV Law Project -
provides legal services such as wills and durable powers-of-attorney to people with HIV
and conducts numerous off-site clinics to support the clients/patients of other AIDS
service organizations throughout Los Angeles County.
Lifeguard 2000 -
an acclaimed HIV prevention/education program to address new attitudes and perceptions
regarding safer sex and HIV infection among those most at risk.
IRS Form 990 for
Yr 2000 (Large! PDF file - 908K)
Total Budget: $18,510,571
Programs: $13,574,878 (73.3%)
Fundraising: $4,246,203 (22.9%)
Administration: $689,490 (3.7%)
The Hotline & Volunteer
Service Department - a Northern California HIV/AIDS Hotline (in English,
Spanish and Filipino) that provides support to nearly 100,000 callers each year. The
Hotline provides up-to-the-minute HIV and AIDS-related information, crisis counseling and
- offering an array of counseling programs and housing solutions for those in unstable
housing environments or who are homeless including a support services specifically
designed for women and their children and for monolingual Spanish-speaking clients.
Education - cutting
edge, media-based campaigns and innovative one-on-one interventions that play a critical
role in reducing the numbers of new infections.
Compass Project -
a counseling program for men who struggle with long-term maintenance of safe sex practices
and for men who are facing an HIV test for the first time.
Treatment Education &
Advocacy - publishes the world-renowned Bulletin of Experimental Treatments
for AIDS (BETA) and the locally distributed, plain-speaking Positive News,
which is a lower-literacy treatment update. Both are printed in English and Spanish, and BETA
is also supported by interactive teleconferencing and on-line services.