Founded in 1986, the HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC) has served thousands of people in Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, and Washtenaw Counties. As the only comprehensive AIDS service organization in its Michigan four county area, HARC's mission is to provide HIV related services to the community through compassionate direct care, prevention and outreach activities. We invite you to explore HARC and learn about HIV testing, the depth of services HARC provides and how you can get involved.
Wine Cellar is Just Around the Corner
Thursday, November 19th
Are you a wine and food lover? Our annual wine tasting, raffle and silent/live auction is coming! Make your reservations and purchase raffle tickets to win a collection of more than 50 bottles of wine - an instant wine cellar!
Welcome back Master of Ceremonies, Russ Collins Excecutive Director/CEO of the Michigan Theater. Everyday Wines, Bona Sera and Sweet Gem Confections will provide foor and wine for the evening along with live jazz entertainment from the Jesse Kramer Trio. Make your reservations now!
AIDS Walk Detroit 2015
Making Strides Toward Our Goal
It was a beautiful day for AIDS Walk Detroit on Sunday, September 13th. The APM/HARC team was well-represented and spirits were high. We nearly reached our goal of $10,000; but, we still have a little ways to go.
But, not to worry. We can still collect donations for a few more weeks. If you’d like to help us meet our goal, you have until Friday, October 16th to make a donation on our team page located on the AIDS Walk Detroit website.
HARC News: We've merged
In order to strengthen the response to HIV in Southeast Michigan, AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM) and HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC) have merged. Together, we are uniting to serve Southeast Michigan through innovation, shared resources and expertise.
Together, APM and HARC will serve ten counties with a population of nearly five million residents and where 63% of people living with HIV reside. The merger will enhance our capacity in key areas, including programming, access to funding, community-based research, and delivery of HIV-related health care services. With the joining of APM and HARC, we are proud to be working with Uproar Communications in Ann Arbor to create a new brand for our organization. This entails a new name, a new logo a new look! Stay tuned for more on this exciting development and thank you for supporting HARC and your dedication to the health of our community. We value your partnership.
See full merger press release here.