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About RAIN


RAIN’s empowers persons living with HIV and those at risk to be healthy and stigma-free. RAIN envisions ending HIV in our community.

RAIN History

Rev. Debbie Warren and a group of committed volunteers seeking a way to engage the faith community in meeting the challenges of HIV/AIDS prevention and end of life care founded RAIN in 1992. This early, ecumenical response of volunteers and staff helped to frame the community’s dialogue about HIV/AIDS, replacing judgment with understanding, prejudice with compassion and ignorance with knowledge.

 With the advent of antiretroviral therapies, RAIN transitioned from providing end of life care to meeting client needs of treatment education, access to medical care and medications, emergency assistance and other issues which impact health and quality of life. Staff members provide services to clients with integrity and compassion. RAIN is known for quality outcomes in HIV services and has received recognition from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Ford Foundation and the state of North Carolina HIV/STD Care Branch. RAIN’s work has been featured on the CBS Evening News, NC public television and in two national HIV/AIDS magazines, HIV Plus and A and U. In 2016, POZ – an award winning online and print resource for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS - selected four RAIN staff members for the annual POZ 100, a special recognition of the contributions of individuals living and working in the South who are committed to ending the HIV epidemic.

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RAIN individuals served


Unique Individuals
Served in 2021




Enrolled in the
Affordable Care Act

PrEP pill bottle


Served With PrEP
Program in 2021