HIV Support Services

National

NMAC

Provides technical assistance, education and increased access to medical care and treatment in communities of color for HIV-positive individuals. Also works with prisons.


The AIDS Institute

Provides information, education, training, technical assistance, workshops, seminars and research opportunities for HIV-positive people.


Atlanta

Aniz, Inc.

Empowers children and adults through professional support and therapeutic intervention.


Center for Black Women's Wellness

Provides free and low-cost services to empower black women, toward physical, mental and economic wellness including confidential HIV testing.


Positive Impact

Mental health services and other support for people with HIV/AIDS and their families.


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.


AIDS Athens

Client and medical services, support groups and education.


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.


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.


Safe Haven, Inc.

Offers a clothing and food pantry and provides financial assistance to help HIV-positive individuals receive housing.


Baltimore

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.


Jacques Initiative

Provides a holistic care delivery model that ensures long-term treatment success for individuals and communities impacted by HIV.

 


Food & Friends

Food program for people with HIV/AIDS in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia.


Deaf AIDS Project

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.


Washington D.C.

Food & Friends

Food assistance for people with serious illnesses and their families


Joseph's House

Provides home-, nursing services and community for formerly homeless men and women in metropolitan Washington, D.C., who are terminally ill with AIDS


DC-Care

Supports PLWH and their families through emergency financial assistance


The Women's Collective

Care management and prevention services for women with or at risk for HIV/AIDS and their families.


Metro TeenAIDS

Provides teenagers with educational resources, peer education and counseling on HIV.


DC Takes On HIV

DCTakesonHIV.com serves as a one-stop source for HIV-related resources available to District of Columbia residents