The Public Policy Project works with communities, institutions and individuals to provide an understanding of public policy and its importance. We teach how policy works, who decides, and how the decisions made today will help or hurt you tomorrow. Knowledge is power! The Public Policy Project provides critical and affordable public policy consulting, training, message framing and advocacy campaign management that will help you effectively act on your self-interest. We provide the critical tools for you to become an active citizen and the confidence to use them.
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This is a really great organization that provides stellar information to the community. You can call or chat online if you have questions about HIV, which is awesome. Their website is really informative.
I think its great to have help in all walks of life please dont judge what you cannot understand
Love these guys!
The help I received was great.
Great place for people to get educated be given resources and find compassion
The best for HIV/Aids
For some reason, I ended up on their mailing list, and I can't get off of it. I don't even live in Minnesota.
Great non profit.You do not need to be suffering with aid to used there services and they are great people
Helpful , And extra Condoms
Great place. Services available for all kinds of situations. I enjoy every time I go. The people are so friendly and helpful.
They sweet peeps check them out!!
New name and restructuring. Not sure the name fits for an aids organization.
VERY HELPFUL & CARING staff and services.
I'm on the Board of Directors. Of course I love it!
Very comfortable place to go for their services. The receptionist was very helpful and hospitable.
Get awesome service here. Have a really good case manager.
Bad to good takes time to come to grips with some things.
Naomi was great!!
Work there cleaning
I don't want you to think I move a lot. I really don't. However, I'm old enough, and out of shape enough, to know when you need to "phone a friend".