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Individuals who are at risk or have tested positive for infection with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), or have developed AIDS which is caused by the HIV virus and impairs the function of the body's immune system leaving affected individuals vulnerable to illnesses that would not otherwise occur.

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AIDS Activities Coordinating Office (AACO)Administers federal, state and city-funded HIV/AIDS programs in Philadelphia through collaborative service contracts with community-based organizations. It also conducts HIV/AIDS education and training for professional, civic and community groups.Philadelphia1101 Market Street, Philadelphia PAPhiladelphia Department of Public Health - Health Care Centers
AIDS Alive Organization - Events and Programs- SpeakUp!: An educational organization that brings together urban and suburban youth, educators and parents/guardians to explore and address the issues affecting the quality of their lives and of our society. Through intensive interaction, participants are encouraged to assume responsibility for making informed decisions and positive life choices and working together to Make a Difference! - Hoops for Hope: This yearly event raises money to establish a scholarship fund dedicated to sending children infected and affected by AIDS to summer camps. - AIDS Walk: Aids Alive sponsors a team each year for this national event. - World AIDS Day: World AIDS Day is observed every year on December 1st. This worldwide effort is designed to educate and creates awareness on HIV/AIDS. - Stay@Home Ball: Thirty simultaneous theme dinner parties to support persons infected and affected with HIV/AIDS.DelawareAIDS Alive Organization - Delaware; RosemontAIDS Alive Organization
AIDS Hotline PennsylvaniaInformation Hotline for information about AIDS.Dauphin*Main Site (AIDS Hotline Pennsylvania)AIDS Hotline Pennsylvania
AIDS Law Project - Debt Management ProgramAssists individuals with HIV/AIDS understand their rights and responsibilities with creditors and provides advice on ways to reduce or eliminate debt. Seminars are held monthly.PhiladelphiaAIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia; Center CityAIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania
AIDS Law Project - Family ProgramProvides free legal services for parents living with HIV/AIDS who need help planning for their children's future care and custody. Training and publications on the Pennsylvania's Standby Guardianship Act are available for attorneys, case managers, and people living with HIV/AIDS.PhiladelphiaAIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia; Center CityAIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania
AIDS Law Project - Fleeing Felon ProjectAssists individuals who have bench warrants and violations of probation and parole with legal matters. Also, assists clients to apply for public benefits.PhiladelphiaAIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia; Center CityAIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania
AIDS Law Project - Housing Advocacy ProjectProvides free legal services for people with HIV/AIDS who are facing eviction or experiencing difficulty maintaining secure, affordable housing. Training and materials on the housing rights of people living with HIV/AIDS are available for social service and medicaid providers.PhiladelphiaAIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia; Center CityAIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania
AIDS Law Project - Legal ServicesProvides information on AIDS and legal issues.PhiladelphiaAIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia; Center CityAIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania
AIDS Services Center of St Luke's HospitalASC is funded by grants from HRSA (Ryan White), and subcontracts for grant funds via AIDSNET. There are two locations for HIV prevention/education, confidential/anonymous HIV testing, comprehensive clinical care (integrated behavioral health; integrated dietitic counseling), and medical case managment for HIV-positive patients. We offer PrEP as a preventative for HIV-negative patients. New patient and client intakes are by appointment only. No walk-ins. Must bring documentation of HIV-positive status. HIV/AIDS Prevention/education services are provided for residents of Northampton, Carbon and Monroe County. Location Two clinic locations: 1. ASC-Bethlehem: 511 East Third St. Suite 202, Bethlehem,PA 18017 484-526-2062 2. ASC-Easton: 100 North Third St. Second Floor Easton, PA 18042 484-503-8010 NorthamptonAIDS Services Center of St Luke's HospitalSt Luke's University Health Network
Alder Health Services - HarrisburgDedicated to improving the health of individuals throughout South Central Pennsylvania with a special emphasis on meeting the needs of members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, individuals impacted by HIV/AIDS and those struggling with addiction in the South Central Pennsylvania region. The Harrisburg location provides residents of the community with: - Primary Medical Care/Family Medicine - Mental Health Counseling Services - Psychiatric Services - HIV Support Services and Prevention Programming - STD Screening and Treatment - HIV Testing - Health and Wellness Programs, Activities and Workshops - Family Planning Services - Cervical, breast and chest screenings Alder Health Services improves the health and well-being of individuals living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBTQ+ Community by providing a culturally competent and affirming environment that empowers the people we serve. By providing high quality case management and supports, health and wellness education, and physical and mental health services, Alder Health Services strives to: Reduce the rate of HIV infection, ensure access to person-centered care, and foster a healthy and informed community. The agency empowers individuals through professional, confidential services that are inclusive of all communities. Accepts many insurance options for medical and mental health services. Mental health services are available on a sliding fee discount program for individuals who are uninsured. All HIV-related services are provided at no cost to the participants.DauphinAlder Health Services - HarrisburgAlder Health Services
Alder Health Services - LancasterDedicated to improving the health of individuals throughout South Central Pennsylvania with a special emphasis on meeting the needs of members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, individuals impacted by HIV/AIDS and those struggling with addiction in the South Central Pennsylvania region. The Lancaster office provides residents of the community with: - Mental Health Counseling Services - HIV Support Services and Prevention Programming Alder Health Services improves the health and well-being of individuals living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBTQ+ Community by providing a culturally competent and affirming environment that empowers the people we serve. By providing high quality case management and supports, health and wellness education, and physical and mental health services, Alder Health Services strives to: Reduce the rate of HIV infection, ensure access to person-centered care, and foster a healthy and informed community. The agency empowers individuals through professional, confidential services that are inclusive of all communities. Accepts many insurance options for mental health services. However, insurance is not a requirement, as mental health services are available on a sliding fee discount program for individuals who are uninsured. All HIV-related services are provided at no cost.LancasterAlder Health Services - LancasterAlder Health Services
ASIAC - HIV/AIDS ServicesProvides education, outreach, advocacy and translation for Asians and Pacific Islanders.PhiladelphiaASIAC - Philadelphia; Center CityASIAC
BEBASHI (Blacks Educating Blacks About Sexual Health Issues) - Care Case Management for People Living with HIV/AIDSProvides social work services to people living with HIV/AIDS. Masters and Bachelors degree level Social Workers conduct a thorough psychosocial assessment, develop a comprehensive plan of care, conduct support groups, provide brief individual counseling and link clients to many available community services including housing, medical and home health care, and nutritional services.PhiladelphiaBEBASHI (Blacks Educating Blacks About Sexual Health Issues) - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaBEBASHI (Blacks Educating Blacks About Sexual Health Issues)
BEBASHI (Blacks Educating Blacks About Sexual Health Issues) - Emergency Food CupboardEmergency Food Cupboard provides non-perishable food items and food vouchers to persons infected and affected by HIV disease.PhiladelphiaBEBASHI (Blacks Educating Blacks About Sexual Health Issues) - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaBEBASHI (Blacks Educating Blacks About Sexual Health Issues)
Best Nest - AdoptionBest Nest matches loving families with children in need of a permanent home of their own. We contract with the statewide adoption network (SWAN) to provide subsidies to families who adopt children with special needs.PhiladelphiaBest Nest, Inc. - Philadelphia; South PhiladelphiaBest Nest
Best Nest - Foster CareBest Nest and our dedicated foster parents provide safe and loving temporary homes for children whose parents are unable to care for them.PhiladelphiaBest Nest, Inc. - Philadelphia; South PhiladelphiaBest Nest
Best Nest - Foster Care, Kinship Care and Respite CareWe specialize in caring for children who have medical needs of all levels. Best Nest also works to certify kin to be foster parents so that children have the opportunity to remain with those familiar to them. Respite care providers are important to foster parents so that they can have a "break" from the day-to-day parenting of children with special needs. If you are interested in becoming a certified foster parent, kinship parent or respite provider for a child, please contact Lori Hendrickson at 215-546-8060. Foster Parent Orientations are held monthly to help you make a decision about this life-changing opportunity to help children and families.PhiladelphiaBest Nest, Inc. - Philadelphia; South PhiladelphiaBest Nest
Calcutta House - AIDS Health and Social ServicesCalcutta House provides a variety of services to residents living with AIDS that are individualized based upon each person's need for care and support. Our nursing care conforms to Federal guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Client services provided by Calcutta House include: Round-the-clock nursing and home health aide services assist each resident with: - activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, eating, etc.) - housekeeping and laundry services - obtaining and administering prescribed medication - conferring with residents' primary care providers to assess changes in medical status and administer appropriate timely care and treatments - managing and keeping medical appointments - accessing additional prescribed medical services (physical therapy, hospice, etc.) - health education - recovering from and/or coping with physical disabilities - ongoing care assessments, treatment planning and monitoring Social services staff (full time social workers, life-skills counselor, addiction/recovery support staff, consulting psychiatrist) are available to provide each resident with: - assistance with accessing services and benefits for which they are eligible - referrals to case management and behavioral health services - social and therapeutic activities (individual and groups) - goal-oriented life-skills and educational support services - psychological and psychiatric consulting services - access to spiritual and holistic support services (on- and off-site) - family support services - assistance in seeking alternative and appropriately supportive or long term housing - 3 nutritious meals each day - snacks and nutritional supplements as needed - therapeutic and recreational activities program including, therapeutic massage, arts and crafts programs, in-house celebrations, and trips to cultural and social activities like movies, plays, concerts, picnics, shopping, bowling, bingo, sports events, etc. Transportation to medical appointments and activities is provided to residents.PhiladelphiaCalcutta House - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaCalcutta House
Case Management Program - Williamsport - AIDS Resource AllianceConnects consumers with HIV/AIDS with medical, psychosocial, and social services. Generally requires monthly face-to-face contact.LycomingAIDS Resource Alliance - Case Management ProgramAIDS Resource Alliance
Center for Community Resources - HIV+ Support GroupMonthly support group for individuals who are HIV positive and their families. Support group goal is for people to come together to share a meal, to learn what is available to them in the community, and to receive peer support. CCR may be able to link those who are HIV positive with financial assistance to help avoid emergency situations. ButlerCommunity Education and OutreachCenter for Community Resources
Chester County Health Department - Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic - AIDS/ HIVFree, anonymous testing for sexually transmitted diseases STD's and HIV/AIDS .Chester*Main Site (Chester County Health Department)Chester County Health Department
Co-County Wellness Services - Case Management - BerksClient-centered services, referrals and support for individuals that are HIV positive.BerksCo-County Wellness Services (BAN) - BerksCo-County Wellness Services
COMHAR - Behavioral HealthBehavioral Health provides a range of responsive programs, treating adults who need help coping with life stresses and those who live with chronic mental illness. The Behavioral Health Division's broad array of specialized programs addresses the needs of diverse populations, including the elderly, the Latino community, individuals also diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, and those who struggle with co-occuring substance addiction. Behavioral Health Programs include: - Intake and Outpatient Services - Outreach and Assessment Treatment Services (OATS) - Open Door Clubhouse - HOPE Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program - Residential Services - Targeted Case Management - Emergency Psychiatric ServicesPhiladelphiaCOMHAR, Inc. - Philadelphia Headquarters; West KensingtonCOMHAR
COMHAR - HIV/AIDS and Mental IllnessHIV/AIDS and mental illness and their families or caregivers are offered a range of recovery services to serve individuals diagnosed at COMHAR is the only agency in Philadelphia. Due to the infection's pervasive impact on life's social, occupational, and psychological spheres, each program addresses these areas as part of an integrated whole and aims to restore balance to consumers' lives. COMHAR's services include counseling for loved ones affected by HIV/AIDS and referrals as needed to other programs within an active network of HIV/AIDS service providers. The following services are provided: - Philadelphia AIDS Coordinated Therapy Services (PACTS) - Community Living Room (CLR) - TRIAD Partial Hospital Program - Housing SupportsPhiladelphiaCOMHAR, Inc. - Philadelphia Headquarters; West KensingtonCOMHAR
Community Action Agency of Delaware County - Aids CoalitionTesting and counseling provided every first and third Mondays from 6 - 8 pmDelawareCAADC - Life Center of Eastern Delaware CountyCommunity Action Agency of Delaware County, Inc. (CAADC)
Community Care ManagementProvides medical case management, mileage reimbursement, emergency assistance, dental assistance, risk reduction, and HIV support groups for people living with HIV/AIDS and meet qualifications.CambriaCommunity Care Management Rural AIDS ProgramCommunity Care Management
Concern for Health Options, Information Care and Education - HotlinesCHOICE Hotlines (Serving Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties): The CHOICE Hotline helps thousands of callers each year make informed personal decisions about their sexual and reproductive health care needs. CHOICE Counselors provide education, counseling, and referrals to people who are often in crisis when they call and require immediate, accurate, and unbiased health care information. In addition to providing education and information, Hotline Counselors solicit consumer feedback and work with health care providers to improve client services. Most of CHOICE's services are delivered over confidential, bilingual (Spanish/English and other languages through a translation service) telephone hotlines which are staffed by trained, professional counselors. 215-985-3300 Outside Philadelphia: 800-848-3367 Spanish: 215-985-3350 TTY: 215-985-3309 The Blueprint for a Safer Philadelphia Hotline: A 10-year community-based violence prevention program designed to eliminate youth homicides in Philadelphia. The Blueprint Hotline serves as a clearinghouse to link parents and teens to educational and family support services, connect individuals to volunteer opportunities, and engage community organizations to work with one another to combat youth violence in the city. 1-888-570-BLUE Spanish: 215-985-3350 TTY: 215-985-3309 The State AIDS Fact Line: Provides confidential counseling, education, and referrals regarding HIV/AIDS including testing, transmission, medical care for people throughout the state of Pennsylvania. 1-800-662-6080 Spanish: 215-985-3350 TTY: 215-985-3309 The Maternal, Child, and Family Health Line: Provides comprehensive information, counseling, education, referrals, and advocacy regarding pregnancy, prenatal care, and children's primary medical care including immunizations. 215-985-3301 Spanish: 215-985-3350 TTY: 215-985-3309PhiladelphiaCHOICE - Concern for Health Options, Information Care and Education - Philadelphia; Center CityCHOICE - Concern for Health Options, Information Care and Education
Conemaugh Health System- AIDS Support GroupSupport group for those living with AIDS of HIV.CambriaConemaugh Health System - HIV/AIDS Support GroupConemaugh Health System
Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital Family Medical Center Community Care ManagementMedical treatment and case management to those who are HIV positive, whether you have insurance or not. Also provides HIV testing.CambriaConemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital - Family Medical CenterConemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital
Congreso de Latinos Unidos - HOPWA Supportive ServicesThis program helps clients with HIV/AIDS that are not working with a Medical Case Manager to identify available resources that could assist them in a variety of goals. The service provides: • The completion of applications like Direct Emergency Financial Assistance (DEFA) • The AIDS Activity Coordinating Office (AACO) Housing Application. PhiladelphiaCongreso de Latinos Unidos - Philadelphia; West KensingtonCongreso de Latinos Unidos
Congreso de Latinos Unidos - Housing HOPWAThis is a rental subsidy program that helps clients living with HIV/AIDS to maintain decent, stable, sanitary housing. The service provides information and assistance for individuals living with HIV/AIDS to secure housing/rental units.PhiladelphiaCongreso de Latinos Unidos - Philadelphia; West KensingtonCongreso de Latinos Unidos
Family and Community Service of Delaware County - HIV/AIDS Case Management and Supportive ServicesCase management, counseling, support groups, education and advocacy are provided to persons living with HIV and AIDS, their family members and loved ones.DelawareFamily and Community Service of Delaware County - Delaware; MediaFamily and Community Service of Delaware County
Family and Community Service of Delaware County - HIV/AIDS Prevention Education ProgramHIV/AIDS Prevention Education is provided to adolescents, adults and senior citizens who reside in Delaware County.DelawareFamily and Community Service of Delaware County - Delaware; MediaFamily and Community Service of Delaware County
Family and Community Service of Delaware County - Ralph Moses HouseProvides supportive, transitional housing for homeless men living with HIV/AIDS.DelawareRalph Moses HouseFamily and Community Service of Delaware County
Family Service Association of Bucks County - Bucks Villa Group ResidenceGroup residence for people living with HIV/AIDS. The goals of Bucks Villa are to - Provide permanent housing - Facilitate independence in all areas of residents’ livesBucksFamily Service Association of Bucks County- Bucks; LanghorneFamily Service Association of Bucks County
Family Service Association of Bucks County - HIV Medical Case ManagementA gateway service for those who have recently found out they are HIV positive as well as for those who have been living with the virus for years. Providing individuals with the tools needed to live as healthily and independently as possible with HIV. Connects people to a range of services, support, referrals, and mental health care.BucksFamily Service Association of Bucks County- Bucks; LanghorneFamily Service Association of Bucks County
Family Service Association of Bucks County - Medical Case ManagementProvides individual case management and connects clients to medical resources, transportation services, and emergency financial assistance.BucksFamily Service Association of Bucks County- Bucks; LanghorneFamily Service Association of Bucks County
Family Services of Montgomery County - Project HOPE - HIV/AIDS Outreach Prevention EducationProject HOPE offers a full spectrum of services to the general public and those most at risk for HIV/AIDS. This is the only comprehensive HIV/AIDS services program in Montgomery County. At Project HOPE, we envision creating a community in which individuals living with HIV/AIDS can enjoy productive, active lives; a community in which the stigma of HIV/AIDS is no longer feared. Outreach and Education Services Include: - Medical Case Management for persons infected with HIV/AIDS which would help to link clients to doctors and medications. - Educational and preventative presentations - Free anonymous or confidential HIV testing with pre- and post-test counseling - Healthy Relationships Intervention for those infected with HIV/AIDS - Housing Programs for persons who are infected with HIV/AIDSMontgomeryFamily Services of Montgomery County - Montgomery; EaglevilleFamily Services of Montgomery County
Family Services of Montgomery County - Project HOPE - HIV/AIDS Outreach Prevention Education - PottstownProject HOPE offers a full spectrum of services to the general public and those most at risk for HIV/AIDS. This is the only comprehensive HIV/AIDS services program in Montgomery County. At Project HOPE, we envision creating a community in which individuals living with HIV/AIDS can enjoy productive, active lives; a community in which the stigma of HIV/AIDS is no longer feared. Outreach and Education Services Include: - Medical Case Management for persons infected with HIV/AIDS which would help to link clients to doctors and medications. - Educational and preventative presentations - Free anonymous or confidential HIV testing with pre- and post-test counseling - Healthy Relationships Intervention for those infected with HIV/AIDS - Housing Programs for persons who are infected with HIV/AIDSMontgomeryPottstown OfficeFamily Services of Montgomery County
Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative - Bilingual Safer Sex EducationOffers workshops for sexual minority communities. For a comprehensive listing and details of their programs go to the website at .PhiladelphiaGay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative - Philadelphia; Center CityGay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative
Good Shepherd - Emergency ShelterProvides emergency shelter to medically fragile, homeless men.PhiladelphiaGood Shepherd (St. John's Hospice) - Philadelphia; ChinatownGood Shepherd
Greater Philadelphia Health Action - HIV/AIDS Treatment/CounselingWe believe that all people with HIV and AIDS deserve the finest healthcare available, and our state-of-the-art centers reflect this belief. We provide confidential HIV/AIDS testing, mental health counseling, comprehensive medical evaluations, long-term primary medical care, and the latest therapeutics and treatments for HIV and related illnesses. GPHA was among the first healthcare organizations in the region to treat HIV and AIDS patients, starting in 1981. Since then, we have established a tradition of providing care that encompasses the physical, emotional and social well-being of every patient. We also offer our patients access to a network of support through our close relationships with various HIV/AIDS-related social service organizations in the area, in addition to infectious disease specialists.PhiladelphiaGreater Philadelphia Health Action, Inc. Administrative Office - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaGreater Philadelphia Health Action
Greater Philadelphia Health Action - HIV/AIDS Treatment/Counseling - Hunting ParkWe believe that all people with HIV and AIDS deserve the finest healthcare available, and our state-of-the-art centers reflect this belief. We provide confidential HIV/AIDS testing, mental health counseling, comprehensive medical evaluations, long-term primary medical care, and the latest therapeutics and treatments for HIV and related illnesses. GPHA was among the first healthcare organizations in the region to treat HIV and AIDS patients, starting in 1981. Since then, we have established a tradition of providing care that encompasses the physical, emotional and social well-being of every patient. We also offer our patients access to a network of support through our close relationships with various HIV/AIDS-related social service organizations in the area, in addition to infectious disease specialists.PhiladelphiaHunting Park Health Center & Dental Center (Greater Philadelphia Health Action, Inc.)Greater Philadelphia Health Action
Greater Philadelphia Health Action - HIV/AIDS Treatment/Counseling - Wilson ParkWe believe that all people with HIV and AIDS deserve the finest healthcare available, and our state-of-the-art centers reflect this belief. We provide confidential HIV/AIDS testing, mental health counseling, comprehensive medical evaluations, long-term primary medical care, and the latest therapeutics and treatments for HIV and related illnesses. GPHA was among the first healthcare organizations in the region to treat HIV and AIDS patients, starting in 1981. Since then, we have established a tradition of providing care that encompasses the physical, emotional and social well-being of every patient. We also offer our patients access to a network of support through our close relationships with various HIV/AIDS-related social service organizations in the area, in addition to infectious disease specialists.PhiladelphiaWilson Park Medical Center and Dental Center (Greater Philadelphia Health Action, Inc.)Greater Philadelphia Health Action
Greater Philadelphia Health Action - HIV/AIDS Treatment/Counseling - Woodland AvenueWe believe that all people with HIV and AIDS deserve the finest healthcare available, and our state-of-the-art centers reflect this belief. We provide confidential HIV/AIDS testing, mental health counseling, comprehensive medical evaluations, long-term primary medical care, and the latest therapeutics and treatments for HIV and related illnesses. GPHA was among the first healthcare organizations in the region to treat HIV and AIDS patients, starting in 1981. Since then, we have established a tradition of providing care that encompasses the physical, emotional and social well-being of every patient. We also offer our patients access to a network of support through our close relationships with various HIV/AIDS-related social service organizations in the area, in addition to infectious disease specialists.PhiladelphiaWoodland Avenue Health Center (Greater Philadelphia Health Action, Inc.)Greater Philadelphia Health Action
HIV Health InfolineSince 1985, the HIV Health Infoline has provided HIV treatment and care information, free of charge, to people living with HIV, their providers and support networks. Staffed by highly trainied volunteers, the Infoline has the personal experiences and outside connections to answer questions about living healthfully with HIV.DauphinProject InformProject Inform
Holy Redeemer Health System - Palliative CareProvides patients with relief of symptoms such as pain, shortness of breath, nausea or vomiting, constipation, fatigue, loss of appetite, anxiety or depression related to a number of different conditions. Palliative care is often provided, but not limited, to patients with the following diagnoses: - Cancer - Cardiac disease - Respiratory disease - AIDS - Kidney failure - Alzheimer’s/dementia - Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) - Stroke - Parkinson’s disease - Multiple sclerosisPhiladelphiaHoly Redeemer (Home & Hospice Care)Holy Redeemer Health System
Infusioncare - Nutrition EducationInfusion services include: Antimicrobial therapy, Pain management , Parenteral, enteral and oral nutrition, Chemotherapy, Inotropic therapy, Anticoagulation therapy, Chelation therapy, Growth hormone therapy, Hydration therapy, Anti-emetic therapy, Steroid therapy, IV and Sub Q Immunoglobulin therapy, Therapies for immunodeficiency, and Central venous catheter care.ChesterINFUSIONCAREBioScrip Infusioncare
JEVS Human Services - Achievement through Counseling and Treatment - ACT IIntensive Outpatient Methadone Maintenance Program, a structured daily treatment program for opiate-dependent individuals with at least a one-year history of opiate abuse. Services include: -individual, group, and family counseling and education -physical, medication, and psychiatric evaluations -free and confidential HIV/AIDS testing, counseling, and education -hepatitis testing and inoculation -case management services -peer support servicesPhiladelphiaJEVS Human Services - Achievement through Counseling and Treatment IJEVS Human Services
JEVS Human Services - Achievement through Counseling and Treatment - ACT IIIntensive Outpatient Methadone Maintenance Program, a structured daily treatment program for opiate-dependent individuals with at least a one-year history of opiate abuse. Services include: -individual, group, and family counseling and education -physical, medication, and psychiatric evaluations -free and confidential HIV/AIDS testing, counseling, and education -hepatitis testing and inoculation -case management services -peer support services.PhiladelphiaJEVS Human Services - Achievement through Counseling and Treatment IIJEVS Human Services
Lehigh Conference of Churches - DaybreakA drop-in center offering three meals a day, life skills programming and counseling to individuals with mental disabilities, chemical dependencies, or HIV/AIDS who are at high risk of becoming homeless, as well as for homeless, the impoverished elderly and transients. Walk-ins are welcome - staff will explain the program and determine if eligible. Open Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Older adult program offers three meals a day, Monday through Friday adults over 65. Bring ID to verify age. No fees. Housing support Case management for homeless and Puerto Rican evacuees Bilingual staffLehighLehigh Conference of Churches - Dubbs Memorial Community CenterLehigh Conference of Churches
Montgomery County Recovery Center - Montgomery; NorristownThe Center is a licensed methadone treatment program. Medication Assisted Treatment in conjunction with counseling and supportive services are provided to support those struggling with addiction to recover. Drug therapy and counseling program for recovering narcotic addicts from all socio-economic levels. All are medically and psychologically approved for methadone treatment. HIV/AIDS testing and counseling and TB testing for all clinic clients.MontgomeryResources for Human Development - Montgomery; Norristown (316 DeKalb Street)Resources for Human Development
Nuestra Clinica Education & Prevention Services- HIV/AIDS Clinic offers HIV/AIDS related counseling, case management, outreach services, free and confidential HIV testing to area residents. Counseling is provided before and after the test. The objective of this program is to provide education and prevention to the community, pre and post test counseling. Coffee chats, and a weekly radio program on WLCH 91.3. Provides additional testing for gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis with treatment for positive results for free. - Free HIV Testing: Monday-Wednesday, 9 am-4:30 pm; Friday, 9-11 am - Free chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis testing: Monday-Wednesday, 9 am-4:30 pm; Friday, 9-11 am; Treatment Clinic: Thursday, 6-9 pm LancasterSpanish American Civic Association - LimeSpanish American Civic Association
One Day At A Time - Food BankOffers nutritious, culturally appropriate food to those affected/infected with HIV/AIDS.PhiladelphiaOne Day At A Time - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaOne Day At A Time
One Day At A Time - Medical Case Management for Persons Living with HIV/AIDSClient-centered services that link HIV-positive clients to necessary health coverage and medical treatments while assisting clients to maintain treatment adherence.PhiladelphiaOne Day At A Time - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaOne Day At A Time
Outreach Education/Prevention Program - Williamsport - AIDS Resource AllianceClasses cover the basics of HIV, modes of transmission, ways to protect yourself, etc. Classes and presentations are available for school and community groups as requested.LycomingAIDS Resource Alliance - Education/Prevention ProgramAIDS Resource Alliance
Philadelphia Black Women's Health Alliance - Women's Health ServicesSister Reach HIV/AIDS Program offers free HIV/AIDS workshops and testing. Health-Wise Woman Diabetes Prevention Education and Immunization Awareness Program offers diabetes education and outreach.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Black Women's Health AlliancePhiladelphia Black Women's Health Alliance
Philadelphia FIGHT - Project TEACHProject TEACH (Treatment Education Activists Combating HIV) is an innovative health education program which trains people living with HIV/AIDS to act as peer educators, activists and advocates in the under-served communities hardest hit by the AIDS pandemic -- low-income communities and communities of color. TEACH focuses not only on prevention but treatment education, outreach and advocacy. Project TEACH began 1996 and has since graduated more than 1,600 people. Our core training program teaches people living with HIV the basics of secondary prevention and methods of communicating this information to others living with HIV. It is founded on the belief that people have a right to know about their own bodies and to determine their own health care. Project TEACH classes are twice a week for nine weeks. Classes run in the spring, summer, and fall and are open to anyone who is living with HIV. Topics include staying healthy when you are HIV positive through assertive use of health care, pharmaceutical and complementary therapies, prevention and early treatment of infections, nutrition, clinical trials, stress reduction and peer support. Many of our graduates have gone on to become peer educators or community leaders in the field of HIV/AIDS care. In addition to Project TEACH, we offer TEACH Outside, available to HIV positive people who have been incarcerated; Latino TEACH, available to HIV positive Spanish speakers (classes held at Prevention Point Philadelphia); and weekly TEACH alumni meetings for TEACH and TEACH Outside graduates, held every Wednesday at 3pm. PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia FIGHT - Philadelphia; Washington SquarePhiladelphia FIGHT
Philadelphia FIGHT - The Diana Baldwin ClinicMission of the Diana Baldwin Clinic The Diana Baldwin Clinic fosters recovery and resilience in people infected and affected by HIV. We are a culturally-competent counseling service for clients of the Lax Center including their families and significant others. We strive to be accessible by those who may not otherwise have access; we serve people with Medicaid or are without insurance. Services Our services range from one-time crisis intervention and referral sessions to time limited psychotherapy or long term psychotherapy. Issues addressed range from depression to substance abuse to personal trauma to sexuality acceptance.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia FIGHT - Philadelphia; Washington SquarePhiladelphia FIGHT
Prevention Point Philadelphia - CRCS / Prevention Case ManagementCase management involves: 4-10 sessions of client-centered, harm reduction-focused one-on-one counseling Help getting prevention services Assistance coordinating social services, including medical, food & other benefits Connection to legal services Connection to medical services Comprehensive Risk Counseling Services sessions focus both on HIV prevention and harm reduction messages and on the immediate needs presented by the client.PhiladelphiaPrevention Point Philadelphia - Philadelphia; KensingtonPrevention Point Philadelphia
Prevention Point Philadelphia - Stabilization, Treatment and Engagement (STEP) ProgramProvides free medical care to some of the most vulnerable adults in Philadelphia, the uninsured, the under insured and those struggling to access medical services.PhiladelphiaPrevention Point Philadelphia - Philadelphia; KensingtonPrevention Point Philadelphia
Prevention Point Philadelphia - Syringe Exchange ProgramProvides new syringes in exchange for used ones. Exchange participants can access information and develop strategies for reducing their risk of HIV, hepatitis and other drug-related harm. Confidential HIV and Hepatitis C screening and counseling, harm reduction education, overdose prevention, and referrals for drug treatment, medical care, and social services are provided at each site. In addition to exchanging syringes, the SEP also offers: Confidential HIV testing and counseling Hepatitis C screening Opiate overdose prevention trainings with naloxone distribution Harm reduction education Referrals to drug treatment Medical care Referrals to legal services Linkage to case management Linkage to public assistance and medical assistance Information and strategies for reducing risks from contracting HIV, hepatitis, safer injection techniques PhiladelphiaPrevention Point Philadelphia - Philadelphia; KensingtonPrevention Point Philadelphia
Prevention Point Philadelphia - The John Paul Hammond Center for Harm ReductionOffers a safe, comfortable environment for participants to rest and it is a reprieve from the harsh outdoors.
 The HRSC also offers: Referrals to legal assistance HIV counseling and testing Hepatitis C screening Referrals and assistance with accessing services including drug treatment and public benefits Food, clothing and referralsPhiladelphiaPrevention Point Philadelphia - Philadelphia; KensingtonPrevention Point Philadelphia
Public Health Management Corporation - Direct Emergency Financial AssistanceProvides emergency financial assistance to those living with HIV/AIDS whom need help with imminent homelessness, access to medications, and other resources.PhiladelphiaPublic Health Management Corporation - Philadelphia; Center CityPublic Health Management Corporation
REACCH Program for Women and ChildrenMedical care, treatment, education, pyschosocial support for HIV-positive pregnant women and HIV-exposed children.DauphinPinnacleHealth Medical Services' REACCH ProgramPinnacleHealth
Schuylkill Wellness Services - Case ManagementClient-centered services, referrals and support for individuals that are HIV positive.SchuylkillSchuylkill Wellness Services - SchuylkillCo-County Wellness Services
Sharing Our CaringSharing Our Caring is a free dinner program for those with HIV/AIDS and their family. On the second Monday of each month a free dinner is served to all attendees at 6:30pm. Each attendee or family unit is also given a bag of non-perishable food items from our "Spirit" food pantry.DauphinMetropolitan Community Church of the SpiritMetropolitan Community Church of the Spirit
Siloam Wellness - Spiritual Services for People Infected or Affected by AIDSOffers a safe, caring, hope-filled environment that welcomes men, women and children of all races, creeds, and orientations who are infected or affected by AIDS to access their spirituality for the purpose of wellness.PhiladelphiaSiloam Wellness - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaSiloam Wellness
To Our Children's Future with Health - Safe HavenProvides HIV related services targeted to teens 13-18 in the areas of counseling, basic information, and referrals. Also provides a structured program using the "Be Proud! Be Responsible!" HIV prevention curriculum.PhiladelphiaTo Our Children's Future with Health - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaTo Our Children's Future with Health
United Way of Wyoming Valley - HIV CoalitionTasked with the planning for, and development and delivery of, a continuum of care and supportive services for individuals living with HIV or AIDS in this six-county region (Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Susquehanna, Wayne, and Wyoming). This continuum of care is then provided through direct service providers.LuzerneUnited Way of Wyoming ValleyUnited Way of Wyoming Valley
University Lutheran Church of the Incarnation - FoodUniversity Lutheran Church of the Incarnation provide food for people living with HIV/AIDS on Tuesdays at 5:00 pm. Meals are served to people seated in a dining hall setting.PhiladelphiaUniversity Lutheran Church of the Incarnation - Philadelphia; University CityUniversity Lutheran Church of the Incarnation
Women's Institute for Family Health - Congregate MealsNutritious meals are provided to people living with HIV/AIDS. Funding provided by the City of Philadelphia, Department of Public Health PhiladelphiaWomen's Institute for Family Health - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaWomen's Institute for Family Health
Wyoming Valley AIDS CouncilIn 1985 a group of community members in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, came together to found a support network for people diagnosed with AIDS. At first the group provided food, clothing, and emotional support to those living with HIV or AIDS and their families. The Wyoming Valley AIDS Council has led the way in AIDS awareness and education, provided individual and systems advocacy on behalf of people with HIV or AIDS and fought to stop the stigma associated with AIDS. Today, twenty three years since its inception, the Wyoming Valley AIDS Council provides a host of services and programs designed to improve the lives of people with HIV or AIDS. As an AIDS Service Organization, the Wyoming Valley AIDS Council works closely with regional planning coalitions, cooperatives, and national associations to educate the public about AIDS and the services that are available.LuzerneWyoming Valley AIDS CouncilWyoming Valley AIDS Council
Wyoming Valley Aids CouncilWe offer support to people living with HIV/AIDS and their families, to promote family stability in coping with the unique challenges of living with HIV/AIDS, to educate the community and prevent the transmission of HIV, and to reduce the stigma associated with HIV and AIDS. We provide the following services: Confidential, client-centered case management client advocacy medication assistance health insurance support transportation financial assistance for: Housing, doctor visits, utilities, dental care, and etc. We also provide secondary prevention educationLuzerneWyoming Valley Aids CouncilXceed America

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