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Since 1987, TPAN has been empowering lives through critical peer support and healthcare services designed to meet the needs of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Each year, our mission impacts thousands of individuals and families - through our programs across Chicago and with our nationally distributed health and HIV treatment magazine, POSITIVELY AWARE. Our expert staff and programming addresses an array of needs, and we serve individuals across their lifespan - from the LGBT youth accessing our drop-in program to older adults who are longtime survivors of HIV. With the support and generosity of thousands of donors and volunteers like you, TPAN remains a lifeline of care, education, and connectedness for the people we serve, regardless of their ability to pay for services.