KFAI’s Wellness Signal | Expansive, Yet Individualized, The Aliveness Project Strives to Serve

From its roots serving hot meals to those with HIV in the 1980s to its present-day comprehensive offering of social services, the Aliveness Project has expanded its ‘person-centered-first’ approach throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Matthew Hoppe and Dylan Boyer from the Aliveness Project spoke with KFAI’s Ryan Dawes in this audio portrait. Listen here: Logo: Stay Safe MN