Hermosa Beach: Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month, 7:00 - 8:30 pm.
Women at Risk
West L.A.: Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month, 7:00 - 8:30 pm.
Culver City: HIV+ Women in Recovery, meets 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month, 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
Harbor City: Kaiser Permanente -- Meets twice monthly for Kaiser
Lynwood: Women of Color meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month, 7:00 - 8:30 pm.
San Fernando: Meets every other Wednesday of each month, 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
Torrance: South Bay Being Alive Women's Group in start-up mode for 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month, 7:00 - 8:30 pm.
Hermosa: Monolingual Spanish speaking group every other Friday.
Women at Risk: We invite you to call 310.204.1046 for more information about our groups and to assure your seat there. All information is confidential and groups are co-facilitated by a professional and a HIV+ woman.
5183 Overland Ave. #B, Culver City, CA 90230. Le invitabos a llamar a 310.204.1046 para mas informacion.
For HIV+ Latinas and their families. Emotional and educational support in Spanish at the East L.A. Center. Call for info: 323.727.7896.
For more info on child care and transportation, contact Vilma or Rosalinda.
Linea Gratis de Información
"Voces con Mensaje:" 800.554.4876 -- de mujeres para mujeres con VIH/SIDA. Conectaté con otras mujeres. Encuentra apoyo, sentido de comunidad y voz.
Support for Mom
Mothers of AIDS patients for those who have or have had a family member or loved one with HIV/AIDS. Your choice of groups: 1) Meets the first and third Wednesday of every month at Torrance Memorial Medical Center, 3330 Lomita Blvd., Torrance, CA 90509, in Room M, second floor Outpatient Area (west side of hospital). 2) Meets the first and third Tuesday of every month from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Daniel Freeman Hospital in Marina Del Rey (first floor conference room). For more info please call: 310.676.5018.
Monday the black women's xchange: a fellowship and empowerment group for bisexual and same gender loving (SGL) sistahs dealing with family, workplace, or self-discovery issues. 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm: 310.419.1969.
Rape and Battering Hotlines
Fully bilingual and bicultural. 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week: 800.585.6231.
Linea Informativa del SIDA. Información, referencias y apoyo llamadas gratis y confidenciales. Southern California, Bilingual AIDS hotline: 800.400.7432 (Avance Inc.).
For the Kids
Summer camps for infected or affected kids. "Journey of Hope:" AIDS peer awareness seminars. For information, please call 800.449.8319.
Provides diapers, cribs, financial assistance, and parties for HIV-infected children and their mothers and families: 310.204.2081.
Family AIDS Network services for children with HIV and their families: 6430 Sunset, #1202. 323.669.5616. Case management: 323.669.2463.
Free Dental Care
The Children's Dental Center at 300 East Buckthorn Street in Inglewood provides free dental care for children who have no other means of getting dental treatment. Those without insurance are welcome. Call Shirley at 310.419.3000.
Clean Needles Now
Provides syringe exchange programs for active drug users to prevent HIV infection: 323.464.7744.
Old Needles for New Ones
Bienestar harm reduction project. Every Thursday: 213.727.7896.
His Sheltering Arms
Alcohol and drug free living: 323.755.6646.
OMNI, 15519 Crenshaw Blvd., Gardena, CA 90249: 310.676.9688.
Substance abuse day treatment, transitional housing, and youth services: 562.622.3979.
Transitional Housing Program, a sober living for HIV+ men and women who are on parole or probation. For
more info, contact Ernie at 818.342.5897.
Alcoholism Center for Women
Six-month residential and outpatient substance abuse recovery programs: 323.381.8500.
Project Angel Food
Project Angel Food (PAF) prepares and delivers nutritious meals daily to men, women, and children living with AIDS throughout Los Angeles County. To get more information about starting services, contact the Project Angel Food Client Hotline at 323.845.1810.
Food and personal care items are provided to PWAs. For more information, call Imani Unidos Food Pantry, 323.754.2320.
Jewish Community Center Association's SOVA Food Pantry distributes emergency groceries to low-income and homeless people: 310.828.0469.
Project Chicken Soup
Delivers kosher meals twice a month to people with HIV/AIDS: 323.655.5330.
If you are an American Indian without health insurance and in need, you can call the Robert Sundance Wellness Center for care and services: 213.202.3970.
Bethesda House: A shelter for entire HIV-affected families, including the extended family, trigenerational families, gay and lesbian couples, and single men and women with or without children: 213.896.9155.
. . . es un albergue de 16 cuartos que incluye 50 camas. Bethesda, aloja a familias afectadas con el VIH o Sida. Las familias incluyen tambien hombres y mujeres solteros, parejas homosexuales y lesbianas con hijos o sin hijos: 213.896.9155.
Heart Touch Project
Provides touch therapy services to non-ambulatory persons with AIDS in their own homes or in the hospital. To find out more, call 310.452.6112.
The Center for the Partially Sighted: Learn how to cope with vision loss and be active. 720 Wilshire Blvd., #200, Santa Monica, CA 90401. To find out more, call 310.458.3501.
L.A. County 5P21
Assists all HIV+ women regardless of ability to pay. HIV specialists are on staff: 323.343.8255. Maternal Child Care clinic: 323.226.2200.
Clinica Para Las Americas
Community clinic: 213.273.8715.
T.H.E Clinic for Women
Gynecological care and family planning: 3860 West Martin Luther King Blvd. 323.295.6571. Staff is multilingual.
Jeffrey Goodman Clinic
The lesbian/gay services center offers an HIV women's clinic. 1625 N. Schrader: 323.993.7500.
At Long Last!
"An Open-Label Study Investigating Differences Between Women and Men."
This study will help to determine the drug dosing differences between men and women. The study will also document other notable gender differences. The design of the study is intended to provide life-prolonging benefits for those women and men who have run out of options with currently approved drug combinations. There are 12 sites throughout the country. For enrollment information, please call 1.800.554.4876.
UCLA · 310.206.6414
OI therapies (UCLA)
Ganciclovir implant + oral ganciclovir vs. cidofovir for CMV retinitis. Fluconazole for oral candida; chronic vs. episodic treatment.
For Women (UCLA)
Phase III study of Accutane (oral isotrention) vs. observation for low-grade cervical dysplasia.
For Pregnant Women (UCLA)
Study 321: Phase I, Safety, Tolerance, and Pharmacokinetics of Abacavir (Ziagen) with standard AZT therapy in newborns of HIV-infected women.
Study 326: Phase I & II -- all babies will get AZT. Most babies will get a vaccine that might help them fight off HIV.
Study 331: to decide the best dose of AZT for premature infants exposed to HIV.
llame al 213.740.0299
A wide variety of clinical studies are open to women, including trials with antivirals and protease inhibitors; also those looking to prevent and treat opportunistic infections.
La escuela de asistencia social en la USC está llevando a cabo una encuesta de encuesta es completamente confidencial, y se paga $20.
If you think you might have had recent exposure to HIV, give us a call: 213.351.8195 ext. 8175.
HIV+ Women Needed
Women ages 18-50 are needed for a study to measure the effects of testosterone replacement on body weight and muscle mass. Incentive payments provided: 310.222.8152.
Drug Resistance Testing
A study of a test that may determine sensitivity to antiretroviral treatment. It's open to women and men: Call Corie at 310.358.2429. Para informacion en espanol, llame 310.360.3876.
Pain or Numbness
A 5-week study to see if gabapentin works for neuropathy. Everyone will receive medication: 310.358.2429.
World Wide Trial
Evaluation of ABT-378/ritonavir, a new protease inhibitor. This study is in the early phases: 800.313.2130.
Donate Your Brain
A project to study the effects of HIV on the brain. You must donate your brain after your death: 800.791.4966.
Phase II, double-blind, placebo controlled. PMPA is a new antiretroviral drug being studied. Participants have an 85% chance of receiving drug: 310.358.2429.
Drop-in center for women and their families facing HIV/AIDS. Women Alive is a safe place where women can come together and just hang out, get support, and experience a sense of community. Women with HIV/AIDS can participate in programs, receive a variety of professional services, and participate in peer support groups, social events, and PARTIES!
All services and programs are completely confidential. Volunteer opportunities are abundant. Training to become a peer counselor is available. A Treatment Information Library is accessible. Treatment educators are on staff to help you get the information you need. A telephone support group is offered to ensure total anonymity. Operating hours are from 11 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday. 1566 S. Burnside Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90015: 323.965.1564, or call our national toll-free hot line: 800.554.4876.
Women at Risk
Women at Risk provides structured and specialized support groups and a highly active speakers bureau. To find out more, see the support group listings or call 310.204.1046.
Bienestar has services and activities for you at LA CASA. Call 323.727.7897.
Los Angeles Family AIDS Network: provides emotional support, case management, and other assistance to families affected by HIV/AIDS. Call 323.669-5616.
Provides case management services, rental and housing assistance, and a variety of other services. 401 Hillcrest Avenue, Suite #B, Inglewood, CA 90301: 310.419.8087.
Provides case management services and is located within AIDS Healthcare Foundation's HIV clinic for your convenience. 1300 N. Vermont: 323.662.7420.