The Vermont Positive Living Coalition, formerly known as the Vermont People with AIDs Coalition, has been supporting people with HIV in Vermont since 1990. Through support and advocacy, we strive to create a community with our annual retreats, consumer advocacy, and support groups.
Our Mission Statement
The Vermont Positive Living Coalition is a statewide community of peers who have organized for the purpose of improving the quality of life for those living with and affected by HIV. We are guided by the belief in the importance of inclusiveness and diversity.
The Vermont Positive Living Coalition is a statewide network of people infected and affected by HIV. The Coalition puts on a yearly retreat and provides information about the disease, treatment, and services that are available throughout the state. The Coalition is responsible for development of consumer caucuses, as well as providing group and individual advocacy. Coalition members serve on the boards of directors for Vermont AIDS service organizations, consumer advisory boards, etc. The Coalition maintains a staffed office in Montpelier, VT.