We work towards creating a world where HIV transmission is rare and those who are HIV+ lead healthy lives.

They have someone they can sit down with, talk to one-on-one, can identify with, has been there, has done that, and has grown.

We've been providing comprehensive HIV/AIDS services in the Southern Tier of New York for over 30 years.

HIV Testing

STAP offers fast, free and confidential HIV testing at many locations throughout the Southern Tier. Knowing our HIV status can keep you and your partner safe.

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Syringe Exchange Program

STAP's Prevention Points exchange new sterile syringes for used ones to reduce the risk of infection with HIV, Hepatitis C, and other blood-borne illnesses among injection drug users.

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Health Homes Care Management

STAP's Health Homes program serves individuals with a variety of chronic conditions with comprehensive care management and care coordination services.

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Harm Reduction Conference

Are you intrigued by the promise of Harm Reduction to assist people who use drugs with access to health care? Are you interested to hear about how this relates to social justice and our community? Then please join us to hear a panel of local, state, national and international experts on how harm reduction offers new and innovative ideas to treat drug users humanely and decrease the toll of drug use in our community.

Conference and provided lunch are free. Seating is limited, so please use the link to reserve your seat.

Panelist:
Brendan Cox
Former Chief of Police, Albany Police Department

Julia Hunter, M.D.
Addiction Services, United Health Services

Monique Tula
Executive Director, Harm Reduction Coalition

Sheila Vakharia
Assistant Professor, Long Island University

Funding for this conference was generously provided by the 
Drug Policy Alliance.

2017 Mud Gauntlet

Run, crawl, sprint and splash through the Mud Gauntlet, Broome County's premier hardcore outdoor obstacle course. Save the date: May 28, 2017!

Latest News

NEW HIV INFECTIONS DROP 18 PERCENT IN SIX YEARS

February 15, 2017

“The nation’s new high-impact approach to HIV prevention external.png is working. We have the tools, and we are using them to bring us closer to a future free of HIV,” said Jonathan Mermin, M.D., director of CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention. “These data reflect the success of collective prevention and treatment efforts at national, state and local levels. We must ensure the interventions that work reach those who need them most.”

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Our Impact in Numbers

605
Clients receiving care management
1,268
SEP Participants Served in 2015
299
People tested for HIV, HCV & STDs