HIV Case Management – Utilizes registered nurses and licensed social workers trained and educated in the care of the HIV client to provide services to persons living with HIV. The purpose of the program is to assist the individual and family in locating and accessing needed medical, social and other services, to coordinate services and care and to provide support and education. Assistance is provided on funding availability.

Financial Assistance – Available for eligible persons living with HIV to purchase needed services for which the individual has no resources. Services covered may include, but are not limited to, medical needs, pharmacy assistance, home care, hospice, transportation, food, housing and medical supplies. Clients must meet eligibility requirements. All other resources must be explored and exhausted.

Seropositive Clinic – Provides medical care by infectious disease specialist for uninsured or under-insured persons living with HIV.

Dental Care – Provides dental care for persons living with HIV.

HIV Prevention Services

  • High-Risk Women’s Program
  • Incarcerated Men’s Program
  • Prevention with Positives
  • Substance Abuse Educational Program
  • Community Programs, including education in local high school and college

Contact Linda Fenlon, LCSW-C, Program Coordinator at 301-609-6811 for more information on HIV services and prevention.

HIV Counseling and Testing

Appointments for counseling and/or testing are offered at no cost on:
Tuesdays 9:00 am to 11:00 am
Fridays 9:00 am to 11:00 am
Anonymous/confidential testing is available