AIDS Interfaith Ministries of Kentuckiana serves 10 counties in Kentucky and southern Indiana. Each year AIM reaches about 600 individuals and families in need of our services.
Because AIM is a relatively small agency, we work with other organizations to meet the needs of HIV positive individuals in Kentuckiana. AIM helps an average of 600 people annually with services that include:
Emergency Housing for the Homeless
Assistance with non-HIV medical costs, including prescription drugs and medical equipment
Nutritional Food Bank Assistance
Monthly Community Dinner
Annual Spiritual Retreat
Support Groups and Pastoral Care
Nourishing Body, Mind, and Spirit
We will be closed on Wednesdays beginning July 1, 2015.
It’s not difficult to remember a time we felt isolated. Lonely. For most of us, that is a temporary feeling. We reach out, open up, and are accepted. For those with HIV or AIDS, fear of repercussions intensifies those feelings.
AIDS Interfaith Ministries of Kentuckiana (AIM) is committed to helping people living with HIV/AIDS by providing nutritional, emotional and spiritual support. We offer community, dignity and hope.
AIM is comprised of clergy, laity, community
professionals of all faith perspectives and
volunteers like yourself. AIM is a
not-for-profit member of the AIDS Services
Our vision is to generate a greater understanding of HIV/AIDS.
We AIM to eliminate the stigma of living with HIV/AIDS.
We AIM to increase compassion and volunteer support. The number of helpers involved now is small compared to the numbers we believe ar