Northeast Florida AIDS Network (NFAN) was established in 1989 as a regional community based organization responsible for the planning and coordination of HIV/AIDS services in northeast Florida. Today, NFAN is the longest standing community based AIDS services organization in northeast Florida. Our mission is to provide compassionate leadership, services, and advocacy in meeting the prevention, health, spiritual, and social needs of individuals, families, and communities.

NFAN provides HIV prevention and education, HIV counseling, case management, social services, advocacy, housing assistance, and volunteer opportunities. Direct social services include a food bank, support groups, and transportation. Through the coordination of care, NFAN’s case management staff provides needed linkage and support services to those living with HIV/AIDS, their families and caregivers. The AIDS Insurance Continuation Program provides payment of insurance premiums, insurance co-pays, and deductibles to ensure private insurance is maintained. Support groups are provided for men and women. Staff and volunteers serve the communities of northeast Florida in Duval, Baker, St. Johns, Nassau, and Clay counties. The AICP also serves Volusia and Flagler counties.

As a private not for profit 501( c ) ( 3 ) charitable organization, NFAN engages in various fundraising and donor solicitations in order to provide the needed services to those living with HIV/AIDS and their families. As long as there is a need, NFAN is committed to our mission and stands ready to serve the community.