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AIDS Council of South Australia (ACSA)



Formed in the mid 1980s in response to the HIV/AIDS crisis, the AIDS Council of SA (ACSA) is an active health promotional organisation that works to support at risk and affected communities.

The primary goal of ACSA is to improve the health and well being of those at risk of, affected by, or living with HIV/AIDS and to prevent the transmission of HIV. ACSA's vision for the future is for a HIV free existence.

The key client groups of ACSA include the following population groups: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples; emerging communities; gay men and other homosexually active men; gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities; people living with HIV; people who inject drugs; people in custodial settings; sex workers; and women.

In working towards its aim of a future free of HIV, ACSA provides services in the following areas: advocacy, education programs, personal development and skills building, and information.


Darling House
64 Fullarton Road
Norwood SA 5067
PO Box 907
Kent Town SA 5071
Ph: (08) 8334 1611 or 1800 888 559
Fax: (08) 8363 1046


Last updated: 29 July 2009
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