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Buffalo, N.Y.,
AIDS agency drops plan to move

Buffalo, N.Y.,
AIDS agency drops plan to move

AIDS Community Services drops plans to move and will instead build an addition.

Buffalo, N.Y.-based AIDS Community Services has dropped its plan to move to a larger location and will instead build an addition to its current facility, The Buffalo News reports. The agency, which offers HIV care and supportive services to more than 1,000 clients, had planned to move to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. But because ACS is growing and providing care to more HIV patients, a larger federal grant will enable the agency to instead purchase the building hosting its current offices and build an addition behind it. The $7 million facility will be named the Evergreen Center, and besides ACS it will house HIV research offices and provide space to programs offering adult daycare services. (The Advocate)

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