About Denver Colorado AIDS Project

Denver Colorado AIDS Project (DCAP) is a 31-year-old community based organization that helps those living with HIV/AIDS, and those at risk, to make healthy choices for a self-sufficient, enhanced quality of life. DCAP provides innovative, individualized services to those most in need, educates high risk populations, and advocates for social and health care equity.

DCAP empowers those living with or at risk of HIV to live healthier, enhanced lives by providing a continuum of support services including case management, counseling, transportation, housing, and a food bank. DCAP also educates those at risk of HIV, and offers regular free HIV testing on site and through community health center collaborations. DCAP’s caseload of 2,600 individuals represents approximately 70% of the clients served statewide. Services are provided at no cost, and are offered without regard to age, sex, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or gender expression.

Counties served (8): Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Gilpin and Jefferson