Case Management provided at ASF is designed to enhance independence and increase the overall quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS. It is also intended to help clients identify their needs and to overcome the obstacles they may face in obtaining services. Among the services ASF case managers can help clients access are: Medical […]Read more

Maintaining a healthy weight is essential when living with HIV/AIDS.  ASF’s Food Pantry and Nutritional Program provides qualified clients with high quality ingredients for meal preparation and supplements. One of the services an ASF case manager may recommend for a client is ASF’s Food Pantry and Nutritional Support Program.  Through this program qualified clients are […]Read more

ASF provides a range of housing-related services to help people with HIV disease maintain adequate housing.   Through the years, the agency has adapted its housing program in order to meet the changing needs of our clients. If eligible, ASF provides clients with financial assistance for rent and mortgage payments, help with utilities, rental deposits and […]Read more

The rising cost of gasoline and the expense of maintaining a car have caused many of ASF’s clients to seek out more affordable transportation to medical and social service appointments.   ASF provides a range of transportation services to qualified clients. ASF makes available a variety of transportation programs as determined by established criteria and client […]Read more

ASF also provides mental health services to clients with HIV disease and their families.  This includes individual and group counseling sessions, as appropriate for each client. ASF understands that people affected or infected by HIV/AIDS often have limited resources and few places to turn for programs such as mental health counseling. The agency makes individual and […]Read more

ASF staff and volunteers provide a wide range of activities through this program such as the annual Family Camp and Kids Club.   Made possible by the Wilbur May Foundation, ASF provides families with resources to better cope with HIV disease.  This includes recreational activities as well as financial assistance. Examples include: Family Camp, an […]Read more

ASF offers a wide range of informational, educational and recreational activities for clients and their families. Please check the activities calendar to confirm the times and dates for the following ASF-supported programs.   Spanish Language Women’s Support Groups 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month, 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. Open to HIV+ women and other […]Read more

Listed below is information on other helpful agencies for clients and families along with links to their respective websites. National Runaway Switchboard Call 1-800-RUNAWAY if you are a teenager who is thinking of running from home, if you have a friend who has run and is looking for help, or if you are a […]Read more


  • 17982 Sky Park Circle
  • Suite J
  • Irvine, CA 92614-6482


  • AIDS Services Foundation Orange County
  • (PHONE) 949-809-5700
  • (FAX) 949-809-5779


  • Monday through Friday
  • 8:30 am to 5:00 pm