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State rural AIDS program realigns its offices

The Rural AIDS Action Network is moving its headquarters and adjusting some of its offices around the state in what it calls a strategic realignment.

The organization — which works to raise awareness and help prevent HIV/AIDS, while providing support for HIV/AIDS clients in rural Minnesota — will move its offices from Little Falls to St. Cloud, reports the Alexandria Echo Press.

Its offices in Mora and Moorhead will close.

Offices in Mankato, Alexandria, Grand Rapids and Bemidji remain open, with more staff going to Mankato to serve an increasing case load in the southwestern part of the state, where they hope to “increase accessibility to prevention services and medical case management care, especially for Hispanic-born and African-born at-risk populations and those who already have HIV/AIDS.”

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