Bakersfield AIDS Project provides various services and programs for persons
living with HIV and AIDS. The following is a brief overview...
Every Friday, nutritious food prepared and served for clients, supporters
and friends from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Activities, workshops, and support in a safe, welcoming, and comfortable
It is a great time for everyone to gather and talk about what is going on
in their lives, our community, and anything else of interest. Drop-In
Friday's are usually held at Ricky's Retreat. Sometimes we organize a
special Thanksgiving and and/or Christmas Drop-In at Saint Joseph's Church in
- Hygiene Program
To make a difference in the lives of our client's well-being who typically
have to do without because they are living on a fixed income; items are
collected from supporters and/or purchased to create hygiene kits/bags to be
distributed on the last Friday of each month.
- Speakers Bureau
Certified speakers living with or effected by HIV/AIDS are available by
appointment to share their stories to help listeners understand the real
impact of AIDS.
- Camp Jessie Lee
This is a one-day summer camp event for children living with AIDS, or whose
parents have AIDS; named after one of Kern County's first children to die of
AIDS. Event includes parachutes, bubbles, cookies, swimming, lots of
giggles and fun and the opportunity to forge new friendships and alliances in
the battle against AIDS.
- GET Bus Program
Monthly and/or daily passes for our clients transportation needs.