SCAP is happy to announce that we are now part the family of programs offered by the Santa Cruz Community Counseling Center (SCCCC)! We are still the same great agency with the same mission and great staff. By being part of a larger agency, we hope to grow our services offered to our community and ensure that care is always available for those in need.
Our website is staying just as it is today, so feel free to continue to come back here to find out about the latest happenings at SCAP, like this year's AIDS Walk, happening in March. To visit SCCCC, click here.
Upcoming SCAP Events
Santa Cruz AIDS Walk
Gay & Bi Men's HIV Testing is BACK!
SCAP in the News
The Santa Cruz AIDS Project (SCAP) serves men, women and children who are HIV positive living in Santa Cruz County. Our mission is to promote and participate in a comprehensive and compassionate response to HIV and AIDS through education, advocacy, and supportive services. All care services are free, confidential and offered within a non-judgmental environment. Care services include case management, access to medical care, financial assistance, food bank, volunteer support, support groups, and pro bono professional support services.
SCAP is a welcoming place. We celebrate and value each person entering our doors for services regardless of age, race, culture, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, lifestyle, background, religion, ability, or income.
The Santa Cruz AIDS Project was founded in 1985 by a group of dedicated volunteers with the mission to lead a community response to the ever-changing HIV/AIDS pandemic, to enhance the quality of life through powerful support programs, to advocate effectively for the health and dignity of those living with HIV, and to reduce the spreads of HIV through results-oriented and measured education and prevention programs that are tailored to specific at-risk community groups and focused on the health of Santa Cruz County.