This list is by no means complete. There are many more HIV/AIDS organizations offering programs and services than can fit here, but the following are “go-to” agencies, most of which are non-profit AIDS service organizations that provide essential services for people living with HIV.
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Birmingham, Mobile aidsalabama.org
HIV/STI testing, case management, and medical and mental health services, emergency assistance, housing, support groups, utility assistance, and help in enrolling for insurance. Latino/x outreach includes translation and bilingual support services.
Interior AIDS Association
Case management, food pantry. Housing assistance program includes aid for rent and utilities. Needle exchange, harm reduction services, and a comprehensive program for people living with HIV who use drugs.
“All things HIV in Arizona,” claims this website operated by Aunt Rita’s Foundation, providing information about HIV testing and service providers in the state. PrEP and PrEP providers information.
Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation
Case management, support groups, housing assistance. Other services provide complementary therapies (massage, acupuncture), dental care, access to substance abuse treatment, and transportation assistance. Anti-violence program includes crisis intervention and a bilingual hotline: (520) 624-0348.
Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS
HIV testing, support groups, help with job search, and legal assistance. Positive Connections is a workshop about living with HIV, geared to both newly diagnosed and long-term survivors.
Although not an HIV-specific organization, Ryan White services are offered by this network of clinics throughout Arkansas. Services include HIV testing, case management, and nutrition counseling; food and gas vouchers available.
Ozarks AIDS Resources and Services
Free clinic for residents of Baxter, Boone, Carroll, Marion, and Newton counties.
APEB (AIDS Project East Bay)
Geared primarily toward Black men in Oakland and the East Bay who have sex with men. Ryan White-funded case management. Support groups, education programs, housing, and substance abuse programs, and programs for youth.
Originally founded as AIDS Project Los Angeles, offers a wide array of programs and services such as HIV specialty, medical, and dental care. Case management, counseling, housing assistance, and food pantry. PrEP and PEP available. Several locations throughout Los Angeles; satellite facilities in Lancaster and Long Beach.
Services include mental health counseling, complementary therapies (acupuncture, massage), and yoga.
Desert AIDS Project
HIV specialty, comprehensive medical, and dental care offered. Additional services include case management, food vouchers, monthly farmers market. Mental health services, substance abuse counseling, support groups.Transportation services, gas voucher cards, and bus passes. Short-term housing, rent and utility assistance available. On-site pharmacy. Additional Palm Springs location and facility in Indio.
The San Diego Community Center
HIV testing, counseling and social groups. HIV health education, Black men who have sex with men, meditation, substance abuse, and youth. Spanish language group. Referrals to local HIV medical services.
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
Medical case management, counseling, housing assistance, and needle exchange. Substance use services include a walk-in program. PrEP available. Spanish-only programs available. Ofrecen servicios en español: (415) 487-8000.
Tenderloin Health Services
The former GLIDE Health Services Clinic offers primary medical care, case management, counseling and mental health, acupuncture, and substance abuse. Chinese, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese also spoken.
Boulder County AIDS Project
Medical case management, medical referrals, emergency financial assistance, food pantry and nutritional support, and health insurance information.
Colorado AIDS Project
Six offices in Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, Grand Junction, Greeley, and Pueblo provide HIV-related health, prevention, and education services such as case management, mental health and substance abuse counseling, housing assistance, transportation, nutrition services, and financial assistance.
Services include housing assistance funding, medical case management, treatment adherence program. The Syringes Services Program offers needle exchange, harm reduction information; Naloxone and overdose response education.
Case management, housing and utility assistance, drop-in and support group, food pantry. Referrals for transportation to medical and social service appointments. Locations in Wilimington and Rehoboth Beach; services available in New Castle, Kent, and Sussex counties. A list of area HIV specialists and clinics available online.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Comprehensive medical and urgent care, dental, and mental health service. Case management, legal assistance, and youth services. Transgender care in a respectful environment. PrEP and PEP information. On-site pharmacy. Four locations in D.C. Ofrecen servicios en enspañol.
Initially founded to provide housing and compassionate care, Broward House services now include case management, mental health services, and substance abuse treatment; assisted living and transitional residential programs.
The McGregor Clinic
3487 Broadway, Fort Myers
HIV testing and counseling, primary HIV medical care, Ryan White-funded case management, food pantry, and clothes closet. Services also offered in Spanish and Haitian Creole.
Okaloosa AIDS Support & Informational Services (OASIS)
Founded in 1991 by David Neil, who died soon afterward, OASIS provides case management, advocacy training, and a food pantry.
Founded in 1982, the agency boasts a broad range of services and has become the most comprehensive AIDS service organization in the Southeast. Services include medical case management, medication assistance, housing services, and behavioral health. PrEP available. On-site pharmacy.
AIDS Foundation of Chicago
AFC funnels people living with HIV to medical, case management, and counseling services.
Howard Brown Health
Founded in 1974 to serve the GLBTQ community, there are now several locations throughout Chicago. Primary and HIV specialty care and health services for men, women, transgender, and gender non-conforming. Mental health, substance use and abuse counseling, aging services, and support groups. PrEP and PEP available. Operates the Broadway Youth Center.
The Project of the Quad Cities
tpqc.orgTesting, counseling, case management, and weekly support groups offered. Viral for Your Survival youth program offers a weekly drop-in center. Additional locations in the QC area.
Founded in 1987, TPAN provides case management, support groups, and counseling services. Primary medical care offered on-site through Howard Brown Health. TPAN is also the publisher of POSITIVELY AWARE magazine.
Clark County Health Department / Hoosier Hills AIDS Coalition
Testing and counseling, STI clinic, substance abuse counseling. Some emergency assistance for food, rent, and utilities. Serves Clark, Floyd, and nine other counties in southeastern Indiana.
Indianapolis on-site HIV medical care, case management, and mental health services; counseling and substance abuse. Food pantry, short-term financial assistance for rent and utilities, and legal services.
Resources page links to community-based organizations and regional public health departments that provide primary medical care, case management, and mental health services.
Kentuckiana AIDS Alliance
A consortium of area HIV organizations and public health departments. Comprehensive HIV medical provided through the 550 Clinic, (502) 561-8844, affiliated with the University of Louisville. Mental health, dental care, family services, and legal assistance through other agencies.
Case management, mental health counseling, support groups, transportation assistance to medical care and social services, food bank. The Direct Financial Assistance program provides short-term aid for mortgage, rent, utilities, and other critical needs to prevent homelessness.
Opening its doors in 1993, Belle Reve became the first non-profit, assisted-living facility in Louisiana for people living with HIV. Support groups and psychosocial support services, and substance abuse issues.
Frannie Peabody Center
Case management; mental health services; substance abuse counseling; and housing assistance in the form of mortgage, rent, and utility payments.
Health Equity Alliance
The former Down East AIDS Network (which had been founded in 1987) provides Downeast Maine with services such as case management, drug use/harm reduction, and HIV education. In Bangor, with multiple locations.
Case management, medical, dental, and mental health services. Gender-affirming support provided to transgender individuals and to all gender identities. On-site pharmacy. Bilingual and translation services available. Locations in Baltimore and Columbus, Maryland.
AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod (The Cape)
Founded in 1981. Medical case management, substance abuse counseling, needle exchange, and referrals to HIV services. Transportation assistance to medical and social service appointments. Housing programs include assistance with rent, utilities, and home fuel. Locations in Falmouth, Hyannis, and Provincetown.
Founded in 1971 as community-based drop-in center. Primary and HIV specialty medical care, dental, eye, mental health, as well as women’s and transgender health. On-site pharmacy. Three locations in Boston.
AIDS Partnership Michigan
HIV and hepatitis C testing, case management, health insurance navigation, housing assistance, re-entry assistance, overdose prevention, and needle exchange.
Lansing Area AIDS Network
Case management and other support services.
The Aliveness Project
Case management; nutrition program offers workshops and individual counseling. Lunch, dinner, and Saturday brunch are served to clients. Free acupuncture, massage and chiropractic care.
Saint Louis Effort for AIDS
Case management links clients to primary medical care, medications, and other essential services. Free HIV and STD testing by appointment. Support and social groups. Pets are Wonderful Support (PAWS). Programs target those who’ve been “lost to care.”
Montana Gay Men’s Task Force
Retreats for men who are gay, bisexual, or have sex with men (MSM). In addition, specific retreats for HIV-positive men, young gay men, and Native American gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or two spirited occur each year. The website’s resource page lists a number of agencies throughout the state, but try calling first to see that the office is still open and in operation.
Nebraska AIDS Project
In addition to referrals to medical care, provides case management. Locations in Omaha, Lincoln, Norfolk, Kearney, and Scottsbluff, and serves counties in southwest Iowa (through the Omaha office) and counties in southeast Wyoming (Scottsbluff office). To find the nearest location, go to nap.org/home/contact.
Hyacinth AIDS Foundation
Case management, mental health and substance abuse counseling. Also offers pastoral care, legal services, and re-entry program for the previously incarcerated. Navigator Support is a “buddy” program that pairs up new clients with someone living with HIV for emotional support.
New Mexico AIDS Services
Provides assistance with food and housing for people living with HIV. Additional services available through UNM Truman Health Services, Southwest CARE, or First Nations.
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
New York City
HIV testing, along with PrEP and PEP. Primary care includes services for women, transgender, and youth. Assistance with insurance enrollment. On-site pharmacy. Additional locations.
New York City
Founded in 1982 as Gay Men’s Health Crisis, GMHC provides a wide array of services for people living with HIV. Medical care, dental, mental health serves, case management, substance use counseling and treatment adherence. Legal and financial services. Syringe access program. Buddy Program connects clients (from newly diagnosed to long-term survivors) with Buddy volunteers whose primary function is to provide emotional support. Comprehensive care services for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals.
Western North Carolina AIDS Project
Case management, help with obtaining HIV medications, emergency financial assistance, transportation coordination to medical appointments. Support group meets first and third Tuesday of the month.
Health Outreach Prevention Education (HOPE)
(918) 749 8378
HIV, hepatitis C, and STI testing; counseling; and referrals for medical care and social services.
(800) 474-4872; Food Pantry: (918) 834-GRUB (4782)
Founded in 1991 as a community response to the growing need for coordinated HIV/AIDS care, services include medical case management, emergency prescription medicine assistance, transportation assistance to medical and social service appointments, and emergency food pantry.
Equitas Health (formerly AIDS Resource Center Ohio)
Fifteen offices cover 11 cities in Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Primary and HIV specialty care includes trans and women’s health. Other services include dentistry, legal aid, mental health, and a full-service pharmacy.
Cascade AIDS Project
Support groups and assistance with employment, housing, and insurance. Testing and information about PrEP. The CareLink program helps those who are newly diagnosed, have fallen out of care, or recently released from incarceration get connected to medical care. The Service Center is a one-stop shop for housing and basic needs referrals; walk-ins welcomed. HIV health care navigation for women and youth.
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Comprehensive HIV care clinic.
Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers
HIV and hepatitis C clinics, case management, dental care, mental health services, substance abuse, nutritionist. Re-entry assistance .FIGHT’s signature program is an adult health literacy program known as Project TEACH.
Migrant Health Center, Western Region
Operates clinics throughout Puerto Rico’s western region, focusing on care for migrant agricultural workers. Primary care, dental and eye care, mental health services available. Pharmacy on-site. Website in English and Spanish. Ofrecen servicios por médico de familia, generalista, pediatra, internista, OB/Gyn, dentista, optómetra, salud mental, farmacia, vacunación y laboratorio.
Known in English as the Puerto Rico Community Network for Clinical Research on AIDS, the organization offers HIV testing, case management, HIV specialists, dental care and nutrition care. Se ofrecen pruebas de VIH, manejo de casos clínicos, médico especialista en VIH, cuidado de salud oral, cuidado nutricional.
AIDS Project Rhode Island
Offers HIV and hepatitis C testing, case management, and mental health counseling.
Provides medical case management, mental health evaluation, assistance with HIV-related medical visits and labs, rent and utility payment assistance, food/nutritional assistance, transportation assistance to HIV-related appointments, substance and alcohol abuse therapy assistance.
Lowcountry AIDS Services
Provides medical case management, support groups, nutritional program, housing assistance, and legal services. On-site MedExpress Pharmacy (844-696-3339). Serves Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties.
633 Thompson Lane, (615) 259-4866
Founded in 1985, services include case management, short-term financial assistance for housing and utilities. Support programs include YBU, for African American men up to age 25; Brothers United, for African American men age 26 and over. Information on PrEP.
AIDS Foundation Houston
Founded in 1982 as Texas’ first AIDS service organization, services now include case management, mental health, substance abuse treatment, and linkage to medical and social services.
AIDS Services of Austin
Founded more than 30 years ago, programs include case management, dental care, women’s services, food bank. Emergency financial assistance. Legal services through Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas.
AIDS Services of Dallas
Housing and support services for low income and homeless individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS. Housing and medical case management. Home-delivered meals and volunteer groups provide nutritional and social support. Transportation to medical appointments available.
HIV Resources Project of Northern Virginia
A website providing links to HIV-related services.
Valley AIDS Network
Serves the Central Shenandoah Valley. Provides HIV testing, medical case management, transportation assistance to medical and social services appointments, housing assistance, and food pantry. Ofrecen servicios en español: valleyaidsnetwork.org/servicios.
Ryan White-funded HIV clinic, referred to as CHIV, serves eastern Washington and North Idaho. Primary medical care includes women’s health, pediatrics, and urgent care, as well as dental and mental health services. On-site pharmacy.
End AIDS Washington
This collaboration of community-based organizations, government agencies and educational and research institutions provides information and referrals for HIV testing, treatment, health insurance, and PrEP.
Caritas House, Inc.
Serves north-central West Virginia primarily by linking to HIV-related medical, mental health, and social services. Food pantry available. Colligo House is a permanent supportive housing project for people who are chronically homeless and have mental illness, substance abuse, or HIV/ AIDS.
AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin
HIV clinic in Wisconsin; dental clinic and pharmacy also on-site. Other services include case management, mental health, food pantry, housing programs, and legal services. PrEP at the Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay and Kenosha locations.