Founded in 1984 as a compassionate response to the AIDS crisis, Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP) leads the community in the fight to overcome HIV/AIDS and its stigma through education, supportive services, and advocacy.  As one of the few statewide AIDS service organizations in the country and the only community-based AIDS service organization in Nebraska, NAP provides HIV prevention education and case management services to the entire state of Nebraska, 11 counties in Southwest Iowa, and two counties in Eastern Wyoming.
    The employees of Nebraska AIDS Project come from diverse and wide ranging backgrounds and each person brings with them skills, education, and experience to best serve our community. NAP’s team includes a Board of Directors, administrative staff, client services staff, education/prevention staff and more often than not, a few interns and students. To protect client confidentiality in the community, we do not identify client services staff on our website. If you’d like to learn more about our Board of Directors, Leadership, or what’s new at NAP, please click an icon below.


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      Night of a Thousand Stars

      It’s the event of the year! Save the Date for November 16th at Downtown Embassy Suites

      Nibble for NAP March 2020!

      Join us at La Casa Pizzaria on March 10th!

      Drag Queen BINGO

      Our second Drag Queen BINGO Event on February 12th!


        Need to get in touch? We serve all of Nebraska, Southwest Iowa, and Eastern Wyoming–click on the nearest location and give us a call or send us an email! General agency questions and fundraising inquiries can be addressed through the Omaha office. If you are interested in accessing NAP services, please contact the office closest to you! Please call instead of email if you need to discuss a time sensitive matter or are experiencing a crisis.

        If you have specific questions related to HIV or other STD’s, please contact a physician or call the CDC hotline listed below.

        Please note: NAP offices are closed on the following holidays each year: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day, and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday. There will be no testing or NAP services on these holidays.





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