The people who walk through the doors at APLA Health are not treated as patients. They’re championed as members of our community.

We know that primary care is only effective if there is trust. The people we serve are more than their medical conditions, and we work to show that every day by investing in our community.

We have six health centers throughout Los Angeles County and we have plans to build more. Each APLA Health center is a concrete investment in a healthier community. We believe everyone deserves quality healthcare regardless of race or ethnicity, gender, income level, HIV status or where they live.

Your support at AIDS Walk Los Angeles helps us deliver on our passion for providing the best Care for everyone who needs us.
What to do this week
Check out our amazing sponsors! Most of our sponsors also have their own fundraising teams and support AIDS Walk Los Angeles twofold. The organizations who are collaborating with us this year are sticking by us during these uncertain times and their support makes AIDS Walk Los Angeles possible.

View this year’s  sponsors here .
Janice Littlejohn
ROAR founder & APLA Health Board Secretary

Janice Littlejohn has been involved with AIDS Walk Los Angeles as Walker for five years now and walks because of her close friends who contracted the virus through a blood transfusion. “As a Black-heterosexual women, I wanted to spread the message that this wasn’t some kind of disease that was a punishment or a curse or that it wasn’t exclusively to the LGBTQ community. But, it’s something we all need to be concerned about and have compassion around individuals living with HIV.” With her goal to help end the stigma, she has learned over the years an understanding of HIV and the imperative effects it has on our communities through education and life experiences, one being AIDS Walk LA. “As I have been more involved in AIDS Walk LA, it’s heartening to hear people’s stories. I hope AIDS Walk can continue to protect and prevent vulnerable communities.”