Alianza began in 1993 to respond to the need for an HIV resource center in the southeastern communities of New Mexico. Individuals came together to help with the questions, fear, and pain that many faced at the time. Shortly after, in 1996, Alianza began outreach to bring attention to the need for syringe exchange programs for those who inject substances. With an initial response of nearly 400 people who inject substances and their allies, it was clear that sharing needles was far too common. In 2012, Alianza celebrated the opening of a second office location in Las Cruces, NM.
What began as a support group transformed through the hard work of many hands over the years to become a multi-operational and diversified organization serving the needs of many.
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