Records of the Healing Alternatives Foundation, including meeting minutes, correspondence, planning documents, publicity,
newsletters, design/artwork files, funding sources and strategies.
Healing Alternatives Foundation (HAF) was formed as a "buyer's club" in April of 1987 in direct response to the need for access
to treatment information and products. It was founded with the belief that HIV/AIDS can be a treatable, chronic disease requiring
both early preventative measures and aggressive treatment of opportunistic infections. That philosophy is accompanied by the
conviction that people with HIV should become informed about and involved with their own program of treatment and that treatment
options should be both available and affordable.
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Collection is open for research.