The idea that the communities that are most affected by the epidemic should be the ones leading the fight against HIV is also supported by these newly arrived immigrants: “building on existing community strengths may be key to reducing the burden within communities disproportionately affected…local assets must be developed, and evaluated.”4 The people who have HIV/AIDS or are exposed to risk factors should try to find help within the comfort of their own community, because sometimes the best support one receives comes from those who are or might by going through the same problems as you are.  This type of solution can easily be started by any of the community members that have knowledge of the HIV epidemic in their community, such as me. This is another inexpensive support group for people who have HIV/ AIDS or are at risk of c contracting the virus to receive information and support.