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United States HIV/AIDS Organizations


  • AIDS Action Coalition
    Healthcare, education and emergency financial assistance for people with HIV/AIDS and their families.
  • AIDS Alabama
    Provides housing (temporary and permanent) for HIV-positive, low income, homeless individuals in Alabama. Also provides substance abuse treatment, transportation services and outreach to HIV-positive individuals in rural Alabama.
  • Birmingham AIDS Outreach
    Provides food, financial assistance, counseling and educational services to people with HIV.
  • Cheaha Coosa Valley Community Planning Group
    Community group with a focus on HIV prevention in Alabama.
  • The Health Services Center, Inc.
    Provides medical care and support to HIV-positive clients without regard for social background, race, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation or ability to pay.
  • Jefferson County AIDS in Minorities (Birmingham)
    Provides culturally sensitive HIV/AIDS prevention education in the minority communities of the greater Birmingham metropolitan area; 205-781-1654.
  • Montgomery AIDS Outreach
    Provides case management, housing assistance, counseling, substance abuse treatment and both primary health care and HIV-specific health care to persons with HIV.
  • South Alabama Cares
    Provides both financial and housing assistance, education and support services to people with HIV.
  • Unity Wellness Center
    Provides services to individuals and families infected or affected by HIV.
  • West Alabama AIDS Outreach (Tuscaloosa)
    Provides direct care, emergency financial assistance for HIV-positive individuals, as well as free HIV testing for non-infected individuals.


  • Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association
    Provides education, support, home health care services, housing services and medical care assistance to people with HIV who have limited funds.
  • Community Drum
    Community forum and information for native Alaskans infected by HIV.
  • Interior AIDS Association (Fairbanks)
    Offers financial assistance for low-income HIV-positive individuals and their families to assist with housing, medical care, medication, mental health, nutrition, rehabilitation and case management.
  • Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest
    Provides HIV testing and counseling.


  • AIDS Network of Arizona
    HIV prevention, health and nutrition education for adults over the age of 45.
  • Arizona Border HIV/AIDS Care Project
    Assists HIV-positive individuals who are not in primary medical care to enter care and treatment at a community health center or subcontracted HIV medical provider.
  • Casa Gloriosa
    Housing for children with HIV/AIDS and their families.
  • Children With AIDS Project
    Locates HIV-positive infants, children and orphans. Recruits families to adopt children and refers them to private homes and public adoption agencies around the United States.
  • Joshua Tree Feeding Program
    Provides free meals and supplemental groceries to HIV-positive people.
  • Maricopa County HIV Resources (PDF)
  • Maricopa Integrated Health System
    Provides financial assistance, housing, pre-natal care and transportation for HIV-positive persons.
  • Navajo AIDS Network
  • Northland Cares
    Provides medical care, support groups and practical assistance for persons living with HIV.
  • Phoenix Shanti
    Provides housing, education and direct client services to individuals, families and loved ones infected with and affected by HIV.
  • Pima County HIV/AIDS Care Consortium
    (520) 770-0800
  • Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation
    Provides case management, peer counseling, housing and nutritional support for HIV-positive people.
  • Southwest Behavioral Health Services
    Provides subsidized independent housing and emergency financial assistance for people living with HIV.
  • Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS
    Provides peer-education and prevention programs, wellness services, emotional support and outreach services for HIV-positive individuals and their family and friends.
  • Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network
    Provides emergency financial support, pastoral care and spiritual support and care teams. Also assists families with funds for burials and cremations of individuals who have passed due to HIV.






District of Columbia

  • AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth & Families
    Provides education, training and technical opportunities for care providers, women, youth and families affected by, living with or at risk for HIV.
  • The AIDS Institute
    Provides information, education, training, technical assistance, workshops, seminars and research opportunities for HIV-positive people.
  • The Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA)
    Offers international programs to increase educational opportunities for youth, provide access to HIV information and services, and strengthen women's leadership in developing countries.
  • Food & Friends
    Food assistance for people with serious illnesses and their families.
  • Joseph's House
    Provides a home, nursing services and community for formerly homeless men and women in metropolitan Washington, D.C., who are terminally ill with AIDS and in the last weeks or months of their illness.
  • Max Robinson Center of Whitman-Walker Clinic
    Services for people living with HIV/AIDS and the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities.
  • Metro TeenAIDS
    Provides teenagers with educational resources, peer education and counseling on HIV.
  • National Minority AIDS Council
    Provides technical assistance, education and increased access to medical care and treatment in communities of color for HIV-positive individuals. Also works with prisons.
  • Washington AIDS International Foundation
    Provides programs for the community, schools and businesses about HIV and how one can go about stopping the transmission.
  • Whitman-Walker Clinic
    Services for people living with HIV/AIDS and the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities.
  • The Women's Collective
    Care management and prevention services for women with or at risk for HIV/AIDS and their families.
  • YouthAIDS
    Uses the media, pop culture, music, theater and sport to stop the spread of HIV.


  • The AIDS Institute
    Provides information, education, training, technical assistance, workshops, seminars and research opportunities for HIV-positive people.
  • AIDS Service Association of Pinellas, Inc. (ASAP)
    Provides a myriad of support services and referrals, including case management, testing, counseling, prevention education and limited emergency financial assistance, for the HIV/AIDS community.
  • Catholic Charities, Inc.
    Provides housing (temporary and permanent), and emergency rent/utilities service for HIV-positive people.
  • Florida AIDS Hotline
    Statewide resource for HIV-related information, community referrals and telephone counseling.
  • The McGregor Clinic, Inc.
    Primary medical care, case management, confidential HIV testing and community education.

    North Florida

    Central Florida

    • Francis House
      An interfaith center that responds to the emotional needs of HIV-affected people.
    • Gulf Coast Community Care
      Provides case management, mental health counseling, housing and home health care for HIV-positive people.
    • Metropolitan Charities, Inc.
      Provides case management, counseling services, substance abuse support services and inmate discharge planning for people infected with HIV.
    • Project Response
      Links clients to medical care, pharmaceuticals, dental care, mental health counseling, and substance abuse counseling. The agency provides rent, mortgage, and utilities assistance; emergency financial assistance; food pantry services; insurance continuation services; and transportation. Also provides HIV prevention services and HIV counseling, testing, and linkage services.
    • Tampa Bay AIDS Network
      Offers case management, a supplemental food pantry, mental health services and housing to HIV-positive individuals.
    • West Coast AIDS Foundation
      Provides case management and free educational socials.

    South Florida

    • Broward House
      Treatment, case management and assisted living services for people with HIV.
    • Care Resource
      Offers medical care, counseling, case management, nutrition services and transportation services to HIV-positive people.
    • Compass, Inc.
      Case management for HIV-positive people and support for the gay, lesbian and bisexual community.
    • Comprehensive AIDS Program
      Offers housing assistance, case management, AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), transportation, substance abuse treatment and mental health services for HIV-positive people.
    • Dab the AIDS Bear Project
      Community-based organization of concerned citizens affected and effected by HIV and AIDS. Its goal through HIV awareness, education and prevention is preventing new cases of HIV while helping empower HIV-positive citizens.
    • Florida/Caribbean AIDS Education & Training Center
      Ensures that physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dentists, pharmacists and other health professionals receive information, training and consultation on the prevention and treatments of HIV.
    • League Against AIDS
      Provider of case management for Hispanic people with HIV/AIDS.
    • Pridelines Youth Services
      Provides free HIV testing and is dedicated to supporting, educating and empowering South Florida's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth in a safe and diverse environment.
    • South Beach AIDS Project
      Support for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender HIV community.
    • South Beach AIDS Project Resource Directory
      Listing of doctors, clinics and support services for people with HIV.
    • South Florida AIDS Network
      ADAP, case management, dental care, outpatient medical care, prescription drugs, psychosocial counseling and transportation vouchers for HIV-positive people.
    • The Center for Positive Connections
      Support and social activities for heterosexuals with HIV/AIDS.


  • AIDS Alliance for Faith and Health
    Provides innovative and quality services through a comprehensive evidence-based approach to best serve clients in the Metropolitan Atlanta and surrounding areas.
  • AID Atlanta
    Provides outreach and education to Georgians affected with or at risk for HIV.
  • AID Gwinnett
    Medical care, case management and housing assistance for people with HIV.
  • AIDS Athens
    Client and medical services, support groups and education.
  • AIDS Research Consortium of Atlanta
    Research center in Atlanta that provides information about research being conducted on drugs, as well as listing research studies HIV-positive people can participate in.
  • Aniz, Inc.
    Empowers children and adults through professional support and therapeutic intervention.
  • Atlanta AIDS Partnership Fund
    Provides support groups, advocacy and housing assistance.
  • Central City AIDS Network
    Support groups, education and assistance for people with HIV.
  • H.I.P. (HIV Prevention Project)
    HIV support groups in Georgia.
  • HIV/AIDS Support Groups in Atlanta (PDF)
    Provides street outreach using social network tesing stategies promoting risk reduction and HIV testing, linkage to care and services to at-risk individuals.
  • Home But Not Alone
    Housing for people with HIV/AIDS.
  • Jerusalem House
    Provides permanent supportive housing and a continuum of supportive services to Atlanta's homeless and low-income individuals, families and children affected by HIV/AIDS.
  • North Georgia AIDS Alliance
    HIV counseling and emergency assistance program.
  • One Earth Foundation (Decatur)
    Referrals to HIV testing and financial and medical assistance.
  • Positive Impact (Atlanta)
    Mental health services and other support for people with HIV/AIDS and their families.
  • Safe Haven, Inc.
    Offers a clothing and food pantry and provides financial assistance to help HIV-positive individuals receive housing.
  • SisterLove, Inc.
    A community-based nonprofit focusing on the needs of women, particularly African-American women at risk for contracting HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Southeast AIDS Training & Education Center
    Trains health care providers who diagnose and manage patients with HIV, with special focus on minority and minority-serving providers, rural providers, and providers working in Ryan White CARE Act-funded programs.



  • North Idaho AIDS Coalition
    Case management, AIDS Drug Assistance Program, housing opportunities and support groups for people affected by HIV.
  • Spokane AIDS Network
    Provides case management, food services, nutritional counseling and treatment adherence programs for HIV-positive people.


  • Bethany Place (Belleville)
    Comprehensive health and support services for people with HIV/AIDS and their families.
  • Better Existence With HIV (Evanston)
    Case management and support services for people with HIV/AIDS.
  • CYHS/MadCAP (Madison County AIDS Program)
    Provide case management and prevention services.
  • Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center
    Provides free anonymous HIV testing and counseling, HIV education, prevention, case management and street outreach.
  • Open Door Clinic (Elgin and Aurora)
    Offers a primary care facility, HIV therapies and case management for HIV infected individuals.


    • Access Community Health Network/Grand
      Consists of South Side pastors and clergy that provide support, training and spiritual guidance to churches and individuals affected by HIV/AIDS.
    • ACLU/Roger Baldwin Foundation AIDS Project
      Provides free legal assistance and advocacy for individuals who have experienced discrimination.
    • Adolescent Medicine at CORE (AMAC)
      (312) 572-4500/4742
      Provides case management, child and family services, clinical trials, dental care, educational programs, legal assistance, advocacy and counseling for HIV-positive youths ages 12-24.
    • Adolescent Young Adult Clinic (AYAC)
      (312) 864-6432
      An adolescent and young adult clinic that provides healthcare, mental health services, substance abuse treatment and HIV test and counseling in Cook County.
    • AIDS Care Incorporated
      Provides housing for homeless or potentially homeless HIV-positive people.
    • AIDS Foundation of Chicago
      Provides case management, housing assistance and advocacy for people living with HIV.
    • AIDS Legal Council of Chicago
      Offers legal assistance to women, men, and children in the Chicago metropolitan area who are living with AIDS.
    • AIDS Research Alliance Chicago
      (773) 244-5800
      Clinical trials.
    • American Indian Health Services
      Provides case management, children and family services, dental care, education, HIV information, healthcare, counseling, HIV testing and counseling, substance abuse treatment and transportation for American Indians.
    • AMG Advocate Medical Group
      Provides primary care, nutritional counseling, gynecological services, support groups and dental referrals.
    • Association for Individual Development
      Provides case management, housing, substance abuse treatment and healthcare for HIV-positive people.
    • Bonaventure House
      Provides transitional housing and assistance with medical care for HIV-positive people who are homeless or at risk for homelessness.
    • Cathedral Shelter of Chicago
      Provides food services and substance abuse treatment to HIV-positive people.
    • Center for Addictive Problems
      Provides HIV tests, support and referrals for clinic members, individual and group counseling, substance abuse treatment for primary opiate dependent persons (opiate replacement therapy) and alcohol dependent persons. $60 weekly fee for opiate services.
    • Chicago Department of Public Health - Uptown Clinic
      (312) 744-2001
      An HIV primary care community health center providing a full range of medical services at no cost to HIV+ indigent individuals. Provides free confidential and anonymous HIV testing and counseling.
    • Chicago HIV Risk Reduction Partnership for Youth at the Division of Adolescents
      (312) 572-4956
      Provides on-site HIV testing and counseling at agencies where youth congregate, referrals for specialized medical and mental health care, case management, education and safer sex materials and peer education programs for HIV-positive youth.
    • Chicago House
      Provides housing, case management and an employment program for people with HIV.
    • Chicago Women's AIDS Project
      Case management and support services for women with HIV.
    • Children's Place Association
      Provides residential services for HIV-positive children ages birth - 10 years, 24-hr. nursing care, counseling for parents and other caregivers, in-home respite services for HIV affected families with at least one child under 6 years, foster care, day care for HIV-positive children 3 months to 5 years and family housing for low income families with an HIV-positive head of household.
    • Community Supportive Living Systems, Inc.
      (773) 881-1767
      Provides housing, case management and individualized service delivery for homeless low income men, women, small families, and youth ages 18 and above.
    • Haymarket Uptown
      (312) 226-7984
      Provides outpatient substance abuse treatment, education, HIV counseling and testing, support groups, case management and educational programs.
    • Haymarket Center
      Provides substance abuse treatment services, case management, treatment information, counseling, assistance with access to public assistance, education, HIV counseling and testing, housing and outreach. Services available in Spanish and Polish.
    • Hope and Cope Support Group
      For parents of HIV-positive adult children in the Fox Valley Illinois area. Meets 3rd Thursday of every month. Call 630-669-2588 or e-mail
    • Howard Brown Health Center
      Lesbian, gay and bisexual health organization. Provides case management, counseling, support groups, substance abuse treatment, housing, alternative therapies, clinical trials, emergency financial assistance and legal assistance.
    • Jewish AIDS Network -- Chicago
      Providing support groups, kosher meals for special holidays and referrals for Jewish people with HIV, their families and loved ones.
    • South Shore Hospital
      (773) 356-5493
      Provides HIV testing and counseling, education, case management, dental care, food services, housing and counseling.
    • South Side Help Center
      Support services for women, HIV counseling, case management and youth programs.
    • St. Elizabeth's Hospital HIV Clinic
      (708) 484-6844
      Provides educational programs, HIV testing and counseling, support groups, home healthcare and substance abuse treatment.
    • St. Joseph Hospital
      (773) 665-3261
      Provides inpatient and outpatient medical care, clinical trials, counseling, support groups and education/risk reduction programs for HIV-positive people.
    • Test Positive Aware Network (Chicago)
      Comprehensive health and support services for people with HIV/AIDS and their families.
    • Universal Family Connection, Inc. (UFC)
      Provides crisis intervention, substance abuse treatment, counseling, employment training, a corrections initiative for newly released HIV ex-offenders, housing, case management, healthcare and pastoral and spiritual support.
    • Veterans Affairs Medical Center - West Side
      (312) 569-6366
      Provides inpatient and outpatient medical care, case management, clinical trials, dental care, education programs, financial assistance, psychiatric services, substance abuse programs, pastoral care, HIV testing and counseling and weekly support groups.
    • Vital Bridges
      Offers food services, a housing and nutrition program, case management and educational services to HIV-positive people.








  • AIDS Action Baltimore
    Provides direct and immediate financial assistance, peer counseling, community forums, advocacy and information on treatment and research for persons living with HIV.
  • Charles County Department of Health
    Provides HIV counseling and testing, prevention, dental care, treatment of under-insured or uninsured patients, financial assistance and case management.
  • Chase Brexton Health Services
    Provider of patient-centered interdisciplinary health care for diverse communities including those individuals who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender; HIV infected and affected; and all others who face barriers accessing quality health care.
  • Deaf AIDS Project (Baltimore)
    Functions to bridge the gap between human service agencies and deaf clients with AIDS-related issues. Provides case management, HIV testing and resources for living with AIDS.
  • Food & Friends
    Food program for people with HIV/AIDS in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia.
  • Frederick County Health Department
    Offers free anonymous or confidential rapid HIV testing, case coordination, medical services and financial assistance.
  • Glenridge Medical Center
    An outpatient center that provides in-office medical care.
  • Greater Baden Medical Services
    A clinic providing case management, medical exams, and mental health care, regardless of someone's ability to pay.
  • Health Education Resource Organization, Inc.
    Offers a primary medical care clinic, assistance finding housing, legal representation and mental health services for people infected with HIV.
  • HIV/AIDS Resources in Baltimore and Maryland (PDF)
    A comprehensive listing of HIV prevention and care resources.
  • Prince George's County Health Department
    Provides HIV testing and counseling, nutrition counseling, dental care, medication assistance, medical care, emergency financial assistance and support groups.




  • The Aliveness Project
    A community center located in South Minneapolis that provides services to the HIV/AIDS community.
  • Chrysalis
    Provides health and human service programs to women, children and families.
  • Delaware Street Clinic
    Research, education and family services at the HIV primary care clinic for the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
  • Hope House
    Provides housing and assisted care to individuals living with HIV who can no longer live independently.
  • Indigenous People's Task Force
    HIV/AIDS education, prevention and support services to the Native American community.
  • Minnesota AIDS Project
    Harm reduction services, peer support services with other persons living with HIV and advocacy for the gay and lesbian community.
  • One Heartland
    Camping and support for kids and teens with HIV/AIDS.
  • Open Arms of Minnesota
    Prepares and delivers meals to people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses.
  • Positive Care Center at Hennepin County Medical Center
    Provides education, serves as a community and family resource, and contributes extensively to the advancement of HIV-related knowledge.
  • Red Door Clinic
    Minnesota's largest HIV and STD testing site.
  • Rural AIDS Action Network
    Locates rural primary health care providers, HIV testing, outreach and case management.
  • Sub-Saharan African Youth and Family Services in Minnesota
    Provides HIV education and materials appropriate to African-born persons throughout Minnesota, with focus on the Ethiopian and Oromo communities.
  • Turning Point, Inc.
    Provides social services and public health programs to the African-American community in the Twin Cities metro area, including housing and HIV/AIDS case management.
  • Youth and AIDS Projects
    Prevention programs, counseling and testing services, financial assistance, mental health services and advocacy services.



  • AIDS Project of the Ozarks
    Provides case management, covers clinical/laboratory services for individuals with no insurance, nutrition services, support group, pantry and assisted housing.
  • Bethany Place
    Provides case management, transitional housing and prevention/education outreach to people infected and affected by HIV.
  • Community Alternatives
    Services for people with HIV who have substance abuse and/or mental health disorders.
  • Doorways (St. Louis)
    Provides housing and other services to HIV-positive individuals.
  • Food Outreach
    Nutritional support for people with HIV, including groceries and homemade meals, nutritional education and counseling, and home delivery.
  • Helena Hatch Special Care Center
    Washington University-based center for medical and supportive care, education, and research focusing on women with HIV.
  • The Kansas City Free Health Clinic
    Provides disease monitoring and treatment, adherence support, referrals and case management.
  • Legal Services of Eastern Missouri
    Provides legal advice and assistance to HIV-infected individuals who are unable to pay for those services.
  • Project Ark
    Provides medical services, case management, family support and transportation assistance. Also has a camp called Camp Hope for individuals infected and affected by HIV.
  • Regional AIDS Interfaith Network of Central Missouri (Columbia)
    The only AIDS service organization in north central Missouri.
  • Saint Louis Effort for AIDS
    Provides HIV prevention education and support services for persons affected by HIV and offers free confidential HIV testing, with results in 20 minutes.
  • Williams and Associates, Inc.
    Provides preventive health education and care services that address the health disparities of minorities in the St. Louis Bi-State Region, with particular regard to African Americans.



  • Nebraska AIDS Project
    Provides case management, referrals, advocacy, mental health therapy and addiction counseling for HIV-positive individuals.
  • Panhandle Diversity
    Prevention, outreach and education about HIV treatment.


  • Aid for AIDS of Nevada
    Provides case management, transportation and immediate and long-term housing for HIV-positive individuals.
  • Golden Rainbow
    Housing and direct financial assistance for people with HIV/AIDS.

New Hampshire

    Provides services to people affected by HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C in Orange and Windsor Counties of Vermont and Grafton and Sullivan Counties of New Hampshire.
  • AIDS Services for the Monadnock Region
    Provides case management, HIV testing, access to ADAP and referrals for HIV-positive people living in Cheshire County, southern Sullivan County and western Hillsborough County.
  • AIDS Response Seacoast
    Provides case management, transportation, support groups, counseling, pantry and budgeting assistance to HIV-positive people.
  • Greater Manchester AIDS Project
    Assistance, advocacy and education for people with HIV.
  • Southern New Hampshire HIV/AIDS Task Force
    Provides case management, pantry, counseling, support groups, advocacy, transportation, emergency housing and utility services and Latino/Latina services for HIV-positive individuals.

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota


  • AIDS Resource Center Ohio
    Provides case management, pantry, referrals, support groups, rent and utility assistance, transportation and housing assistance to persons living with HIV.
  • AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland
    Provides case management, advocacy, housing services and counseling for persons living with or caring for persons with HIV.
  • Caracole Inc.
    Housing for people with HIV/AIDS and their families.
  • The Columbus AIDS Task Force
    Provides HIV/AIDS information and services.
  • Lorain County AIDS Task Force
    An all-volunteer agency dedicated to providing HIV/AIDS social services to Lorain and surrounding counties.
  • Ohio AIDS Coalition
    Provides advocacy and educational programs and projects for people living with AIDS and the community.
  • Ross County AIDS Task Force (Chillicothe)
    Provides counseling, support groups and financial support to persons infected and affected by HIV.
  • Stop AIDS (Cincinnati)
    Offers confidential and anonymous HIV testing, support groups for HIV-positive people and magnetic couples, social events and free condoms.
  • STOP AIDS Cincinnati
    Provides case management, counseling, transportation, legal assistance, advocacy and housing assistance to HIV-positive people.
  • Union County AIDS Task Force
    Provides housing assistance, free HIV testing and case management for HIV-positive people. Also check the Facebook page.
  • Ursuline Piazza
    Provides patient education to support the HIV-positive community in order to increase the likelihood that they will remain compliant with their care regimens.




  • ActionAIDS
    Philadelphia's largest AIDS service organization. Provides case management, financial services, counseling, support groups, prison services and advocacy to HIV-positive people.
  • AIDS Community Alliance
    Serving Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Juniata, Mifflin and Perry Counties in Pennsylvania. Provides case management, treatment adherence counseling, support groups, housing and emergency financial assistance.
  • The AIDS Project
    Offers free risk reduction counseling, testing and case management.
  • AIDS Services in Asian Communities
    Provides culturally sensitive and language appropriate HIV-related services to Asians and Pacific Islanders and their loved ones in the Philadelphia area.
    Coalition that plans and funds HIV care and prevention services.
  • American Red Cross-Wyoming Valley Chapter
    Provides HIV education and free, confidential testing.
    Provides counseling, HIV testing, case management, prison discharge planning for HIV-positive people.
  • Caring Communities for AIDS (Berwick)
    Provides case management, free HIV testing and housing and medical referrals.
    HIV prevention and HIV support for sexual minority and transgender people of color in the Philadelphia area. (215) 496-0330
    The only agency in Philadelphia offering a range of recovery services to serve individuals diagnosed with both HIV/AIDS and mental illness and their families or caregivers.
  • Consumer Advisory Board of SWPAPC
    Encourages people living with HIV to take an active role in the allocation of funds to AIDS organizations.
  • The Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative
    Focused on meeting the HIV/AIDS education and prevention needs of Latino/a sexual minorities in the Philadelphia area.
  • HIV/AIDS-Experienced Healthcare Providers in the Philadelphia Region (PDF)
    List of healthcare providers who treat HIV-positive people.
  • Mazzoni Center
    Support and care for sexual minorities.
  • Northwest PA Rural AIDS Alliance
    Provides HIV medical care, case management, support services, education, prevention and referrals.
  • Pennsylvania HIV/AIDS Resource Guide
    Searchable database of services for HIV testing, support groups, case management, medical care, food, housing and emergency resources for Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey.
  • Pennsylvania Prevention Project
    Provides news about HIV treatment, prevention, statistics and news stories about HIV.
  • Pennsylvania/MidAtlantic AIDS Education & Training Center
    Provides training and technical assistance to support, motivate and educate physicians, nurses, physician assistants, dental professionals, pharmacists, advanced practice nurses and members of the clinical team to provide quality HIV care.
  • Persad Center
    Counseling for the LGBT community and for people with HIV.
  • Philadelphia FIGHT
    Provides primary care, consumer education, advocacy and research on potential treatments and vaccines.
  • Philadelphia Metropolitan Area Resources for Living With HIV
    List of HIV resources.
  • Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force
    Provides case management, housing assistance, transportation, food pantry, legal services, emergency funds and support groups for HIV-positive people.
  • The Positive Health Clinic (Pittsburgh)
    Part of Allegheny General Hospital, they offer medical care, regardless of ability to pay.
  • Shepherd Wellness Community (Pittsburgh)
    Provides advocacy, transportation, alternative/holistic therapy, spiritual services and support groups for persons living with HIV and their friends/families.
  • Siloam Ministries
    Counseling and spiritual support for people with HIV/AIDS.
  • Southwestern Pennsylvania AIDS Planning Coalition
    Gives members the opportunity to voice their opinion about AIDS policies.
  • We Care HIV AIDS Support Network
    Offers advocacy and emergency financial assistance to HIV-positive people. Also does educational presentations to communities.
  • Wyoming Valley AIDS Council
    Provides HIV testing and case management to people in six counties of Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Puerto Rico

  • Fundacion SIDA
    San Juan 787-782-8888
  • Puerto Rico Concra
    San Juan 787-753-9443

Rhode Island

  • AIDS Care Ocean State
    Provides case management, medical and nursing care, housing and HIV testing provided to HIV-positive individuals.
  • AIDS Project Rhode Island
    Provides case management, emergency rental and utility assistance, housing assistance and counseling.

South Carolina

  • ACCESS Network (Hampton)
    Provides case management, nutrition services, HIV prevention, support groups, referrals and advocacy.
  • AID Upstate
    Support services, including case management and financial assistance, for people with HIV/AIDS.
  • Catawba Care Coalition (Rock Hill)
  • Lowcountry AIDS Services (Charleston)
    Support services, education and advocacy for people with HIV/AIDS.
  • Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services of South Carolina
    Case management and education for people with HIV/AIDS.
  • Piedmont Care, Inc. (Spartanburg)
  • Upper Savannah Care Consortium (Greenwood)
    Works with six counties: Abbeville, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Saluda, and Edgefield. Offers free medical and medication services and support groups to people living with HIV.
  • Wateree AIDS Task Force (Sumter)
    HIV Counseling/Testing, prevention, outreach and education for the African-American, Asian/Pacific Islander and Hispanic/Latino communities.
    803-778-0303 ext. 0

South Dakota

  • The Berakhah House (Sioux Falls)
    A home for those living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Project Takoja (Rapid City)
    Outreach, education, information and referral.


  • AIDS Centers of Excellence Project
    Provides insurance assistance, case management, ADAP and housing assistance.
  • Chattanooga C.A.R.E.S.
    Provides case management, housing assistance, support groups, transportation and emergency funds for HIV-positive people.
  • Columbia CARES
    Provides case management, transportation, support groups and emergency financial assistance for HIV-positive individuals.
  • Community HIV Network (Memphis)
    Network of social and medical service HIV/AIDS organizations.
  • Friends for Life
    Provides case management, nutrition services, transportation and housing for HIV-positive people.
  • Hope Center
    Provides advocacy, support groups and information about HIV.
  • Nancy's House
    HIV/AIDS support and education in Eastern Tennessee.
  • Nashville CARES
    Provides case management, counseling, transportation, financial help, food services and insurance and dental help for HIV-positive individuals and their friends/families.



    • AIDS Foundation Houston
      Provides housing, utility assistance, food pantry, referrals, transportation and assistance with recently released prisoners who are HIV-positive.
    • AIDS Housing Coalition Houston
      Agency that directly provides clean, safe, affordable housing for people living with HIV/AIDS; they also offer community and medical referrals.
    • The Center for AIDS
      Advocates for better treatment and access to care for HIV-positive people.
    • Houston Buyers Club
      Offers vitamin supplements, herbs and alternative therapies at affordable prices to help manage side effects of HIV medications.
    • Houston GLBT Community Center
      Weekly HIV support group that brings facilitated conversation among HIV positive individuals, socials, potlucks, educational forums (including presentations from pharmaceutical companies), and other formats.
    • Montrose Counseling Center
      Counseling, case management, group therapy and support for people with HIV/AIDS.
    • St. Hope Foundation, Inc.
      Comprehensive medical services for people with HIV/AIDS, with clinics in Bellaire/Houston, Conroe and Stafford.

    Dallas-Fort Worth

    • A Sister's Gift
      Offers social services and support for women/girls in Dallas and abroad. Services target and attract women who are mothers, disabled, low income, have limited food, clothing and support.
    • AIDS Arms, Inc.
      Provides medication assistance and case management. Also has a clinic and does outreach in prisons.
    • AIDS Interfaith Network
      A multicultural, non-profit, faith-based HIV/AIDS organization that provides services for persons living with HIV/AIDS, gives support to the people who care for them, and educates persons who are at risk of HIV infection.
    • AIDS Outreach Center (Fort Worth)
      Provides mental health counseling, support groups, nutrition services, case management, minority outreach, legal assistance, transportation, housing and emergency assistance to HIV-positive people and their families.
    • AIDS Services of Dallas
      Provides housing, transportation, case management and food services to HIV-positive individuals.
    • Bryan's House
      A community-based program to focus on children and families who are impacted by HIV and AIDS.
    • Samaritan House
      Housing, nutrition, transportation, treatment and job training for homeless, low-income HIV-positive people.
    • Tarrant County AIDS Interfaith Network
      Provides dental assistance, medicine delivery, support groups and minority outreach.
    • Texas/Oklahoma AIDS Education and Training Center
      Provides education and training for health care providers to improve the treatment, management, diagnosis, and counseling for individuals with HIV/AIDS.

    Other Cities

    • AIDS Resources of Rural Texas
      Provides case management, housing and utilities assistance, emergency financial assistance, food pantry, transportation and counseling to HIV-positive people.
    • AIDS Services of Austin
      Provides case management, emergency funds, food pantry and free legal assistance to those infected with HIV.
    • AIDS Services of North Texas
      Provides HIV testing, outpatient medical care, case management, housing assistance, nutrition information and food, HIV education, insurance assistance and support groups.
    • Alamo Area Resource Center
      Provides case management, mental health services, substance abuse counseling, nutrition services, transportation and emergency housing assistance to HIV-positive people.
    • Brazos Valley Community Action Agency
      HIV prevention program. Also provides case management for HIV-positive persons.
    • Personal Connections Healthcare Services (Austin)
      (512) 933-0621
    • Program for Wellness Restoration
      Produces a newsletter with information about improving HIV treatment response, side effects and quality of life.
    • Project Transitions
      Provides hospice services and transitional housing programs for HIV-positive people in central Texas.
    • San Antonio AIDS Foundation
      Provides HIV testing, case management, monthly bus passes and emergency financial and food assistance.
    • A Sister's Gift (Mesquite)
      Offers free, confidential HIV testing, short-term emergency assistance, case management, advocacy, career assistance and nutrition information.
    • Special Health Resources for Texas Inc.
      Provides a community health clinic, case management, substance abuse treatment and transportation for HIV-positive people.
    • Triangle AIDS Network
      Provides case management, medication and insurance assistance, transportation, rental and utility assistance, food pantry and legal assistance.
    • Valley AIDS Council
      Provides case management, financial and housing assistance, spiritual counseling, support groups and transportation for individuals infected and affected by HIV.



    Provides services to people affected by HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C in Orange and Windsor Counties of Vermont and Grafton and Sullivan Counties of New Hampshire.
  • AIDS Project of Southern Vermont
    Windham, Bennington, and southern Windsor counties. Provides case management, advocacy and financial assistance.
  • Vermont CARES (Vermont Committee for AIDS Resources, Education & Services)
    Offers free, confidential services to HIV-positive individuals.
  • Vermont People With AIDS Coalition
    Online resource used to help HIV-positive people find the resources and services that they need.


  • AIDS/HIV Services Group Charlottesville
    Provides case management, a food pantry, support groups, work opportunities, skill-building classes and housing assistance to HIV-positive people.
  • AIDS Response Effort
    Provides case management, referrals for housing and emergency financial assistance.
  • Children's National Medical Center - Burgess Clinic
    Provides outpatient medical care, case management, mental health services, social work, nutritional counseling and referrals. Also provides services such as transportation, emergency food vouchers and babysitting to the families of HIV-positive patients.
  • Crater AIDS Action Program (Petersburg)
  • CrossOver Health Center
    Primary care center offering HIV testing and treatment for the uninsured, working poor and homeless.
  • Food and Friends, Inc.
    Provides home-delivered meals, groceries to go, nutritional counseling and cooking classes to HIV-positive people and their families.
  • Fredericksburg Area HIV/AIDS Support Services
  • HIV/AIDS Resources for Virginia
    Provides case management, medical services, substance abuse counseling, transportation and emergency financial assistance.
  • HIV Resources Project of Northern Virginia
    Provides information about services available to HIV-positive people in the northern and northwestern Virginia regions.
  • Inova Juniper Program, HIV Clinical and Education Services
    Provides prescription coverage, nutrition counseling, case management, support groups, mental health and substance abuse treatment services for HIV-positive people.
  • The Northern Virginia AIDS Ministry (NOVAM)
    Educates the community about HIV/AIDS; combats the fear, prejudice and complacency that surround the disease; and provides direct services to meet the needs of those who are living with HIV/AIDS throughout the region.
  • Valley AIDS Network
    Serves the central Shenandoah Valley. Provides case management, referrals, assistance with co-payments for medical services and HIV medications, emergency food assistance, emergency rent/utility assistance and support groups for HIV-positive people.
  • Whitman-Walker of Northern Virginia
    Provides case management, counseling and legal services to individuals with HIV.
  • Williamsburg AIDS Network
    Provides transportation, job training programs, food pantry, financial assistance with rent and utilities and support groups for HIV-positive persons. Free and anonymous HIV testing available.



    • ACAP (AIDS Care Access Project)
      Provides case management, housing, food/nutrition services, transportation, emergency financial assistance and advocacy. Also has a database of medical and dental providers who treat persons with HIV.
    • The BABES Network
      Support and information for women with HIV.
    • Dunshee House
      Provides support and discussion groups for people infected with and affected by HIV.
    • Evergreen AIDS Foundation
      Provides case management, financial and income assistance, housing assistance and help with employment for HIV-positive people.
    • Gay City Health Project
      Provides information for gay men about HIV resources in Seattle.
    • Lifelong AIDS Alliance
      (Aka Northwest AIDS Foundation/Chicken Soup Brigade)
      Provides case management, housing, food/nutrition services, transportation, emergency financial assistance and advocacy.
    • Multifaith Works
      Housing and support services.
    • People of Color Against AIDS Network
      Provides access to prenatal care, emergency food vouchers, support groups and advocacy to HIV-positive people. Also located in Tacoma and Yakima.
    • POZSeattle
      A social organization for gay men with HIV.
    • Rise N' Shine
      For teens and children affected by HIV.
    • Seattle Shanti
      Offers emotional support for those affected by AIDS/HIV.
    • Seattle/King County HIV/AIDS Program
      Lists over one hundred different HIV/AIDS related agencies and programs in the Seattle-King County area.

    Other Cities

West Virginia

  • AIDS Network of West Virginia
    Provide case management and assistance to housing access.
  • Caritas House, Inc. (part of the West Virginia Coalition for People With HIV/AIDS)
    Provides case management, counseling, advocacy, housing assistance, support groups, financial assistance and legal assistance to HIV-positive individuals.
  • Charleston AIDS Network
    Provides HIV testing, food pantry, support groups and a library that contains literature on HIV and other STDs.
  • Us Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc.
    Provides HIV counseling, testing and referral services to men and women, and specializes in HIV education and risk reduction programs for Black gay/bisexual men and transgender persons.


  • AIDS Network (Madison)
    Provides transportation, financial assistance, legal assistance and referrals to HIV-positive people.
  • The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin
    Provides case management, advocacy, food services, transportation, financial assistance and housing assistance.


  • Wyoming AIDS Project
    800-675-2698 (Casper 307-237-7833),
    Offers housing, financial aid, case management counseling and testing.
  • Wyoming Positives for Positives
    Provides HIV information to HIV-positive people. Also offers referrals to doctors. Services provided by doctors are free.

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