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Fact Sheet
Important Resources in the USA

January 15, 2014

This Fact Sheet contains selected contact information for organizations providing HIV/AIDS services and information, both within New Mexico and nationally. For more information, contact your closest Health Management Alliance (listed below), or the New Mexico HIV/AIDS/STD/Hepatitis Hotline at 1-800-545-2437.


National Resources

AIDS Info (US Department of Health and Human Services): (800) 448-0440 www.aidsinfo.nih.gov/

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Health Information Hotline: (800) CDC-INFO (800-232-4636), 1-888-232-6348 TTY; cdcinfo@cdc.gov, www.cdc.gov/

National Minority AIDS Council, Washington DC: (202) 483-6622; www.nmac.org/

National Native American AIDS Prevention Center (NNAAPC): (510) 444-2051; www.nnaapc.org/

Project Inform: www.projectinform.org/

National HIV/AIDS Treatment Infoline: (800) 822-7422 or (415) 558-9051 in the San Francisco Bay Area or internationally

Social Security Administration -- Benefits for People living with HIV/AIDS: www.ssa.gov/pubs/10019.html

Women Responding to Life-Threatening Diseases (WORLD), Oakland, CA: (510) 986-0340; www.womenhiv.org/

The Centers for Disease Control maintains a database of over 19,000 service organizations in the United States dealing with HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and sexually transmitted diseases. You can search this database on the Internet at www.cdcnpin.org/scripts/search/orgSearch.aspx

The Web site The Body also has an AIDS Service Organization (ASO) Finder that you can find in the "Connect" section of their site at www.thebody.com/index/hotlines.html.


New Mexico Resources

Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board: (505) 764-0036, (800) 658-6717; www.aaihb.org/

Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless: (505) 766-5197; www.abqhch.org/

Alianza of New Mexico, Roswell: (800) 957-1995 (Web site unavailable)

All Indian Pueblo Council, Albuquerque: (505) 883-7682


Health Management Alliances

New Mexico Region I:
New Mexico AIDS Services, Truman Street Health Services
625 Truman St. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110
Exec Director: Kathleen Kelley
(505) 938-7100, (888) 882-2437
www.nmas.net

New Mexico Region II:
Southwest C.A.R.E. Center
649 Harkle Rd., Ste. E, Santa Fe, NM 87505
Executive Director: Jeff Thomas
(888) 320-8200 or (505) 989-8200; Fax: (505) 989-8131
e-mail: Swcares@ix.netcom.com; www.southwestcare.org/

New Mexico Region III:
Community Collaborative Care Program, New Mexico Dep't of Health Public Health Division
1170 N. Solano Dr., Las Cruces, NM 88001
Travis Leyva
(575) 528-5174 or (866) 668-0882; Fax (575) 528-51784
www.healthynm.org

New Mexico Region IV:
Alianza of New Mexico
311 W. 2nd Street, Roswell, NM 88201
Executive Director: Heidi Browne, PhD
(800) 957-1995 or (505) 623-1995; Fax (505) 623-1998
e-mail: info@alianzanm.org; www.alianzanm.org/

New Mexico Native American HMA:
First Nations Community HealthSource
5608 Zuni Rd. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 262-2481; Fax (505) 262-0781
http://fnch.org/

Indian Health Service, Albuquerque: (505) 248-4000; www.ihs.gov/

HIV Center of Excellence (Indian Health Service) Indian Medical Center Phoenix: www.ihs.gov/MedicalPrograms/aids/index.asp; (866) 243-3182

Navajo AIDS Network Inc., Chinle, AZ (928) 674-5676; 101 E. Hill Avenue, Gallup, NM (505) 863-9929

New Mexico AIDS Education and Training Center, Albuquerque: http://medicine.unm.edu/nmaetc/index.html; (505) 272-8443

New Mexico HIV/AIDS/STD/Hepatitis Hotline: (800) 545-2437

Social Security Administration, NM Office, (800) 772-1213; Albuquerque: 4300 Cutler NE; (Monday-Friday 09:00 am-04:00 pm); www.ssa.gov/




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