AIDS Project Rhode Island Unveils New Website, Readies HIV Testing Van for Spring, and Much More

AIDS Project Rhode Island (APRI) is proud to announce the launch of our redesigned website in conjunction with a new logo, updated collateral for clients and the general public, and the launch of our new Instagram account (@hello_apri). In addition, we are readying our new testing van for spring excursions. The van provides free, rapid HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis C testing, free condoms, and sexual health education materials at multiple locations around the state.

The new APRI website features updated information about the more than dozen services the state’s longest operating HIV/AIDS service organization provides, along with education about HIV, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), testing, PrEP and condoms, the “Undetectable = Untransmittable” campaign, a calendar detailing days for free testing around the state, and several resources for additional social services, such as substance use and mental health counseling.

APRI is also currently preparing its new HIV/STI testing van for the spring and summer seasons when it will be in most demand. Upcoming locales at which the van will offer free services include APRI’s annual AIDS Run/Walk for Life, Rhode Island Pride, and many other community events and health fairs.

Refreshed, bilingual consumer collateral—including pamphlets, postcards, and brochures—round out the new look and feel for APRI, along with updated social media accounts, including the launch of the new @hello_apri Instagram profile.

APRI collaborated with Rumford-based design company Studio Rainwater on our website and collateral refresh. Helmed by Rhode Island native Sarah Rainwater, Studio Rainwater has worked with a number of civic and private organizations, including RISD Executive Education, Downtown Providence Parks Conservancy, and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, among many others.

“It’s very exciting for us to be able to expand the services we can offer to individuals in Rhode Island living with HIV in addition to expanding our testing services in innovative ways, such as the testing van,” APRI Executive Director Stephen Hourahan says. “Our updated website also helps support our work by offering everyone accurate, up-to-date information about all the topics we know they have questions about. We’re proud to offer these resources to the community and to link people to the services and care they need to thrive.”

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