HIV/AIDS

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http://www.aidscommunityresources.com/
(315) 475-2430 or 800-475-2430
(315) 472-6515

HIV Counseling and testing using the Orasure Rapid Test, medical case management, mental health, and educational presentations. Prevention and primary care is a walk-in program; no appointment necessary. Office hours: Mon-Fri 8:30-5pm, extended hours on Mon until 8pm.

* We proudly display The Empty Closet newspaper.

http://www.jordanhealth.org/
585-423-5800
585-423-2806

A multicultural and bi-lingual staff providing services to a diversity of people infected and affected with HIV-intensive home-based case management for all ages; a clinical crisis manager; a child/adolescent case worker; transitional case management for children and family members going through bereavement; recreational and support groups for children and teens, and camping experiences including Camp SOAR. We coordinate HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS) short term emergency assistance with rent/mortgage/utility payments and limited subsidized housing.

http://www.cccsrochester.org/
585-339-9800
585-339-9377

This is an informational and referral service, not a crisis hotline.

English and Spanish service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 1-800-232-4636

TTY service 1-888-232-6348 also 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

800-CDC-INFO or 800-232-4636

Collaboration of Monroe County Health Department and University of Rochester.

Provides year-round training in prevention and management of STDs, HIV, TB and related issues, such as domestic violence and case management.

http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/chbt/
585-753-5382
http://everybodysgood.com/
585-442-2200

Free anonymous testing is available from New York State Department of Health. New Rapid HIV testing is available, with test results in 30-40 minutes!

Call Rochester Area Regional Hotline at 585-423-8081, or 1-800-962-5063 for pay phones or calls outside Rochester.

Deaf or hearing impaired people should call 585-423-8120 (TDD).

Statewide information can be obtained by calling 1-800-541-AIDS.

585-423-8081
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HIV Positive Men’s Support Group at AIDS Care, The Center for Positive Living.

A HIV+ Mixed Men’s Group meets every Wednesday from 11:30am-12:30pm. This group consists of predominantly gay men.

*Other groups are available by speaking with a counselor that will complete a needs assessment and referral.

http://www.acrochester.org/
585-545-7200

McCree McCuller Wellness Center at Unity Health’s Connection Clinic. Full range of services, including AIDS and HIV care, regardless of ability to pay. Caring, confidential and convenient.

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Closed 12:00 – 1: 00 pm for lunch.

585-368-3200
585-368-3163

In 1996, the Men of Color Health Awareness Project emerged as an organization that specifically addressed HIV/AIDS health concerns that were affecting Black and Latino gay men. We have grown into the MOCHA Center that now provides prevention programs, support services for People Living with HIV/AIDS, advocacy, capacity building, and much more. Our reach has also expanded to people of color, youth, women, and transgender communities. All of our services are conducted in a culturally sensitive manner, which is both confidential and non-judgmental.

* We proudly display The Empty Closet Newspaper.

http://mochacenter.org/
585-420-1400
585-420-1409