EDGEWATER — The Test Positive Awareness Network, commonly known as TPAN, plans to move its offices from Edgewater to Uptown this weekend.
The social service organization has supported those living with HIV and AIDS since 1987. The organization also works with those who are at risk to contract the virus and disease.
The organization's storefront, at 5537 N. Broadway, would close to the public Thursday as the 30-or-so staff members pack up, said Jeff Berry, who manages the network's publications.
Movers are coming Friday.
Berry said TPAN would reopen Tuesday morning in Uptown, at 5050 N. Broadway, near Argyle Avenue.
"It was time to make a change," Berry said. "We are basically running out of space."
The new office, in a third-floor suite, is 25 percent bigger, and costs 25 percent less per square foot, he said.
TPAN provides such services as HIV testing, a needle exchange and educational programming about HIV.