Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services was formed in 1985 to help South Carolinians fight the war against AIDS and offers FREE services to people who have been diagnosed with or at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS, and we also work with their loved ones. To find out more call 803-779-7257.
Do you think you might have been exposed to HIV/AIDS or a STI? Are you living with HIV/AIDS? Are you caring for someone with HIV/AIDS? Let us help you.
PALSS receives Excellence in Service-Learning Community Partner Award
Programs and Services
You or someone you love may be living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. They are in need of testing, counseling, food, housing, transportation and other support. PALSS is able to provide assistance through a variety of programs and services – many of which are free of charge to you.
Palmetto AIDS Life Services is a USC community partner and recipient of the Excellence in Service-Learning Community Partner Award. The Office of Service-Learning and Community Engagement’s (OSLCE) mission is to support faculty, staff, and students participating in service-learning by providing an extensive set of workshops and resources that encourage teaching and learning within and beyond
TORCH Cabaret 2018 will feature “Better than Broadway” musical performances on Friday January 19 and Saturday January 20 at the Columbia Music Festival Association at 914 Pulaski Street in Columbia, SC. This year’s reception includes heavy hors d’oeuvres and will be held at 6:30 PM and curtain is at 7:30 PM. We have a choice
On December 1, World AIDS Day was observed around the country and in Columbia by Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services (PALSS). The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control estimates that more than 18,998 people are living with HIV/AIDS as of December 31, 2016. Richland and Charleston counties rank number one and two respectively.
Columbia, SC – Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services (PALSS) is pleased to be the recipient of a $50,000 award from ViiV Healthcare, as part of the Positive Action Southern Initiative (PASI). These funds will go to support and expand our Linkage to Care program, which assists persons living with HIV in gaining access to medical