Carolina HIV/AIDS resources
Updated: November 21, 2012 at 5:15 pm
North Carolina is blessed to have a plethora of community resources and programming for those living with HIV/AIDS. Several groups throughout the state work to keep the public educated, provide testing and counseling and support and case management to those who test positive. To the right are resources for the Triad, Triangle and Charlotte.
AIDS Care Service
206 N. Spruce St., Winston Salem, NC 27101-2747, 336-777-0116
AIDS Care Service provides housing, food pantry services, client services, Ryan White HIV case management and a variety of support services for Latino and people of color clients.
Triad Health Project
801 Summit Ave., Greensboro, NC 27405, 336-275-1654
Triad Health Project provides case management and other client support services, HIV testing and prevention outreach, medical, social service and legal referrals, food pantry and nutritional resources and education, support groups and education, art and exercise programs.
Alliance of AIDS Services-Carolina
324 S. Harrington St., Raleigh, NC 27603, 919-834-2437, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alliance of AIDS Services-Carolina provides case management, HIV/STD testing and counseling, emergency assistance for rent and utilities, transportation assistance, housing information and referrals, mental health, substance abuse or support group resources, referrals and programs.
Carolinas CARE Partnership (formerly Regional HIV/AIDS Consortium)
7510 E. Independence Blvd., Suite 105, Charlotte, NC 28227, 704-531-2467, email@example.com
Carolinas CARE Partnership provides free HIV/STD testing and counseling, housing assistance, peer training, case management and other services, prevention and education. Carolinas CARE Partnership also houses the popular D-UP program, a peer education outreach effort among young men of color who have sex with men.
House of Mercy
701 Mercy Dr., Belmont, NC 28012, 704-825-4711
House of Mercy provides end-of-life nursing, housing and medical care for persons living with advanced AIDS. Services include physical therapy and medication assistance.
Regional AIDS Interfaith Network (RAIN)
P.O. Box 37190, Charlotte, NC 28237-7190, 704-372-7246, firstname.lastname@example.org
RAIN (Regional AIDS Interfaith Network), founded in 1992, engages the community to transform lives and promote respect and dignity for all people touched by HIV through compassionate care, education and leadership development. Services include CARE Management, Peer2Peer support & outreach, support groups for youth, faith-based training, chaplain services and caring volunteers who provide practical support to persons living with HIV and AIDS. RAIN also provides HIV awareness and prevention education programs to thousands of people each year and is the only HIV non-profit in the Charlotte metropolitan area providing direct client services.
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