HIV and Health Resources
Augusta University Ryan White Program
The Ryan White Program funds HIV health care and support services (including CSRA Safety Net) with the goal of getting people into care and keeping them there.
Augusta University Health Infectious Diseases Clinic
The Department of Infectious Disease provides outpatient services such as HIV counseling, testing and referral services; medical evaluation and clinical care; and other primary care services. Other services include oral health care, adherence counseling, nutritional counseling, outpatient mental health, outpatient substance abuse and referral for specialty and sub-specialty care.
Augusta University Equality Clinic (updated link)
An interprofessional group of healthcare providers--doctors, nurses, physician's assistants, and students from each discipline--who have come together to fill the gap in care for the LGBTQ community in Augusta.
Augusta University Clinica Latina
Clínica Latina opens twice a month to provide primary care for chronic conditions as well as acute care while taking into consideration the linguistic and cultural needs of patients.
NIH site offering information on HIV and AIDS treatment, prevention, and research.
The AIDS InfoNet
The AIDS InfoNet provides current information on HIV and AIDS treatment and prevention in English and ten other languages.
Alternate access to AIDS InfoNet articles
The Body's mission is to: Use the Web to lower barriers between patients and clinicians; demystify HIV/AIDS and its treatment; improve patients' quality of life, and foster community through human connection.
Christ Community Health Services
Christ Community Health Services offers affordable, quality primary health and dental care to the uninsured and underserved.
The Global Network of People Living with HIV
GNP+ advocates to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV. As a network of networks, GNP+ is driven by the needs of people living with HIV worldwide.
PrEP Provider Locator
Find HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Providers
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