Blog

Stay up to date with our programs and services, including in-depth coverage of case management, HIV prevention education, and supportive services to people living with, affected by, or at risk for contracting HIV/AIDS.

  • February 23rd, Wednesday, 2022

    Thank you to our 2022 “Falsetto” Sponsors

    Thank you for taking an interest in the work we do at the AIDS Resource Group, and for donating your resources to help make “Falsettos” one of our largest fundraising events to date! The AIDS Resource Group had so mych fun producing the musical “Falsettos” as a fundraiser for our organization. “Falsettos” is the story […]

  • November 13th, Friday, 2020

    The Importance of Donations + How Your Donations are Used

    The Importance of Donations to Nonprofits + How Our Your Donations are Used We all can agree that 2020 has been an unprecedented year. No one could have predicted what was in store, which is why donations to local nonprofits are even more important this year. Here’s a look at how your volunteer time and […]

  • April 11th, Thursday, 2019

    ARG: Who We Are + What We Do For the Community

    So, who is the Aids Resource Group (ARG)? What does ARG do for our community? These are questions we find ourselves getting often, but we are on a mission to change that.

  • April 8th, Monday, 2019

    10 Reasons Why You Should Get Tested for HIV/AIDS

    One of the many resources we are able to provide in the tri-state is access to free hepatitis C and HIV testing. You may feel nervous about getting tested, but the reasons to test far outweigh the reasons not to test!

  • April 8th, Monday, 2019

    How ARG Helps the Community

    The AIDS Resource Group has been serving the community since 1986, and we are proud to continue to educate Southwesten Indiana on how our services can benefit them in times of need.

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Mailing Address:

101 NW 1st St Suite 213
Evansville, IN 47708

Phone: (812) 421-0059

ARG’s goal is to educate and empower the community to recognize and reduce the stigmas associated with HIV/AIDS.

Media Contact:

Please send all media requests to
director@argevansville.org