About CAP

Comprehensive AIDS Program provides and promotes education, advocacy and compassion to individuals and families infected and affected by HIV and AIDS through case management, prevention and other support services.

CAP has a diverse and dedicated staff of almost 100 professionals who provide services throughout Palm Beach County with three centers located in: West Palm Beach, Belle Glade and Delray Beach, FL

Since HIV is spread primarily through sexual practices or by sharing needles, prevention messages on this site may address these topics. HIV prevention materials funded by CDC must be approved by local program review panels. However, the materials may be considered controversial by some viewers. 



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Drop-In Center
Located at 2330 South Congress Avenue, the Drop-in center is open to the public every Wednesday and Thursday from 10 AM – 2 PM.
SMART Ride 10
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Join the journey that started 10 years ago with the first SMART Ride to Key West.

Featured News

On Thursday, national HIV testing day, local health leaders are reminding people at risk that knowing their status is a powerful step toward taking better care of their health and protecting their loved-ones.
The annual National HIV Testing Day promotes free HIV counseling and testing designed to encourage individuals to assess their risk for HIV infection and know their HIV status.
Down in the bottom of the nation, South Florida’s tri-county area leads the charts in HIV/AIDS infections — and the response is just as grandiose.
Dr. Rik Pavlescak says heterosexual men and women 50 and older the fastest-growing demographic for new HIV infections.
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