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Where to Find Help for HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles

May 1999

Aid for AIDS(323) 656-1107

AIDS Education Services for the Deaf(323) 550-4250 voice/TTY

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (323) 860-5200

AIDS Prevention Team (323) 964-7820

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AIDS Project Los Angeles(323) 993-1600

AIDS ReSEARCH Alliance(310) 358-2423

AIDS Service CENTER(626) 441-8495

AltaMed HIV Services(323) 881-2232

American Foundation for AIDS Research (323) 857-5900

Asian Pacific AIDS Intervention Team(213) 553-1830

Being Alive(310) 289-2551

Bienestar Latino AIDS Project(323) 660-9680

California HIV/AIDS Hotline(800) 367-2437

Cara a Cara Latino AIDS Project(323) 661-6752

Catalyst Foundation for AIDS Awareness/Care(805) 948-8559

Foothill AIDS Project(800) 448-0858

Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic(323) 993-7500

Jewish AIDS Services (323) 761-8770

L.A. Gay & Lesbian CENTER(323) 993-7400

City AIDS/HIV Discrimination Unit(213) 485-4579

City AIDS Coordinator(213) 485-6320

L.A. Family AIDS Network(323) 669-5616

L.A. Shanti(323) 962-8197

Minority AIDS Project(323) 936-4949

Mountains AIDS Foundation(310) 264-9790

Northeast Valley Health Corp.(818) 988-6335

Pacific CENTER for HIV/AIDS Counseling and Psychotherapy at APLA(323) 993-1621

PAWS/L.A.(323) 876-PAWS

Project Angel Food(323) 845-1800

Ron Shipton HIV Information CENTER (310) 652-5340

Santa Monica AIDS Project(310) 586-7627

T.H.E. Clinic for Women Inc.(323) 295-6571

Valley HIV/AIDS CENTER(818) 908-3840

Women Alive(323) 965-1564

Women at Risk (310) 204-1046


This article has been reprinted at The Body with the permission of AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA).



  
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This article was provided by AIDS Project Los Angeles. It is a part of the publication Positive Living.
 

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