Getting Help

Everyone needs to get help sometimes. You can use the Search below, or the links on the right which are areas where a lot of people need help. Most of these resources, we have selected organizations that are located in Philadelphia, and that serve people living with HIV/AIDS. These are not comprehensive lists, but we hope you find a good place to start.

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These organizations are all listed in our Resource Guide. See Our Publications to learn more.

Is This Information Up To Date?

We update information on resources throughout the year. We don’t want to give out incorrect information. Please contact info, if you have any of the following problems with any of these organizations:

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  • Description of services does not match what they offer
  • Disconnected phone or fax number
  • Website address doesn’t work
  • Email bounces back

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Getting Help

Everyone needs to get help sometimes. You can use the Search below, or the links on the right which are areas where a lot of people need help. Most of these resources, we have selected organizations that are located in Philadelphia, and that serve people living with HIV/AIDS. These are not comprehensive lists, but we hope you find a good place to start.

Where Did You Get This Information?

These organizations are all listed in our Resource Guide. See Our Publications to learn more.

Is This Information Up To Date?

We update information on resources throughout the year. We don’t want to give out incorrect information. Please contact info, if you have any of the following problems with any of these organizations:

  • No one gets back to you within a week after leaving a message
  • Description of services does not match what they offer
  • Disconnected phone or fax number
  • Website address doesn’t work
  • Email bounces back

You can also contact us if you would like your organization to be added to our Resource Guide, or if there’s an organization you found helpful that you want others to know about. Please our online feedback form or download our Feedback Form (We Want to Know) [PDF].

AIDSNet

Address:
2200 Avenue A
Suite 102
Bethlehem, PA 18017

Phone: 610-882-1119

Fax: 610-954-7921

Website: www.aidsnetpa.org
Email: aidsnet@ptd.net

Description:

Provides a continuum of prevention, education, human services and housing to those people infected/affected by HIV/AIDS and those who are at risk in a six-county region through a network of service providers.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
No.

Al-Anon Info Service of Delaware Valley

Address:

Phone: 215-222-5244
National Al-Anon Hotline: 888-425-2666

Website: AISDV.org

Description:

12 step support group for families of alcoholics, literature, referrals to local meetings. Spanish speakers available.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Al-Anon Southern Jersey

Address:
116 White Horse Pike
Haddon Heights, NJ 08035

Phone: 856-547-0855
National Al-Anon Hotline: 888-425-2666

Fax: 856-547-7111

Website: http://www.southjerseyal-anon.org/index.html

Description:

12 step support group for families of alcoholics, literature, referrals to local meetings.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Einstein Medical Center Montgomery

Address:
599 W. Germantown Pike
East Norriton, PA 19403

Phone: 484-622-1000
Phone: 484-622-0831
Phone: 484-622-0832

Website: www.einstein.edu

Description:

Cares for HIV/AIDS patients in all stages of the illness; support groups available.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.

Alcoholics Anonymous, South Jersey InterGroup Association

Address:
Post Office Box 2514
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034

Phone: 856-486-4446
Hotline: 856-486-4444

Website: www.aasj.org

Description:

12 step recovery program for those who wish to stop drinking.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Alcoholics Anonymous, Southeastern Pennsylvania InterGroup Association (SEPIA)

Address:
444 North Third Street
#3E, Box A-2
Philadelphia, PA 19123

Phone: 215-923-7900

Fax: 215-923-7133

Website: www.sepennaa.org
Email: manager@sepennaa.org

Description:

SEPIA covers the entire Southeastern Pennsylvania area, including Philadelphia and the surrounding counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery. Information on the Program, an Online Meeting Directory, and many other resources are available online.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Alder Health Services (formerly AIDS Community Alliance)

Address:
1891 Santa Barbra Drive
Suite 104
Lancaster, PA 17601

Phone: 800-867-1550

Admin in Harrisburg: 717-233-7196 ( Fax )
Health Center: 717-901-5086 ( Fax )

Website: www.alderhealth.org
Email: info@alderhealth.org
Email: phil@alderhealth.org

Description:

Alder Health Services offers prevention, case management for HIV positive individuals, primary care and mental health for LGBTQ services throughout south central Pennsylvania. Free HIV and STD testing available; call or consult website for locations. Free walk-in STD clinic every Wed night from 4-8 PM.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
No.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
Yes.
Is there HIV testing by appointment?
Yes, with exceptions.
Hours that HIV testing is available.
Wednesdays 4p-8p / Appointments at discretion (call ahead)
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
Yes.
What Population does the Organization Serve?
All, MSM

Alexis Lake Therapy (formerly Walker Hall Treatment Center)

Address:
100 Highlands Drive
Lititz, PA 17543

Phone: 717-575-3757

Website: alaketherapy.com
Email: ALakeTherapy@gmail.com

Description:

Individual, couple, group and family therapy that is LGBTQ-affirming. Second location at 412 E. King Street, Malvern, PA 19355.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes, with exceptions.

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) National Office

Address:
125 Broad Street
18th FL
New York, NY 10004

Phone: 212-549-2500
Phone: 888-567-2258

Website: www.aclu.org/hiv-aids

Description:

Seeks to protect the legal rights of people who have HIV or AIDS. Provides legal assistance in precedent setting cases of deprivation of civil rights, including matters of discrimination and breach of privacy. There is no walk-in service.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
No.

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Pennsylvania

Address:
Post Office Box 40008
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Phone: 215-592-1513

Fax: 215-592-1343

Website: www.aclupa.org
Email: info@aclupa.org

Description:

The ACLU-PA is involved in HIV/AIDS when civil rights are affected.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

American Red Cross Southeastern PA Chapter

Address:
2221 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Phone: 215-299-4000

Fax: 215-299-4089

Website: http://www.redcross.org/pa/philadelphia

Description:

Provides HIV/AIDS prevention education at schools with Red Cross Club.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Address:
950 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Civil Rights Division, Disability Rights Section-NYAV
c/o US Department of Justice
Washington, DC 20530

Phone: 800-514-0301
TTY: 800-514-0383

Website: www.ada.gov

Description:

Information on the ADA, printed materials and access to other sites concerning disabilities, including HIV/AIDS. Phone line open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:30a-5:30p, and Thursday 12:30p-5:30p.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes, with exceptions.

AmFAR (The Foundation for AIDS Research)

Address:
120 Wall Street
13th FL
New York, NY 10005

Phone: 212-806-1600

Fax: 212-806-1601

Website: www.amfar.org
Email: info@amfar.org

Description:

Funding for agencies engaged in scientific research, public policy, education and community based clinical trials.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes, with exceptions.

Apple Tree Family Center

Address:
1430 Cherry Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Phone: 215-686-7150

Description:

Weekday (Monday-Friday 7a-3p) emergency housing intake for single women and families.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Arch Street United Methodist Church

Address:
55 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Phone: 215-568-6250

Fax: 215-568-2256

Website: www.archstreetumc.org
Email: secretary@archstreetumc.org

Description:

Arch Street United Methodist Church is an inclusive, international, involved Christian community. It is open from 10 am to 3 pm for meditation and prayer. Sunday worship times: are 8:30AM Prayer & Praise Service, 9:30AM Youth & Adult Sunday School, People's Academy, 11:00AM Traditional Service and Children's Sunday School, and 5:30PM Prayer Service & Grace Cafe which includes a free dinner. Other meeting times are Tea Talk on Monday from 12 pm to 3 pm, Hour of Power on tueday from 12 pm to 1 pm, and AA meetings are hosted on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 5:30.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Aria Health Hospital (formerly Frankford Hospital)

Address:
4900 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19124

Phone: 215-831-2000
Phone: 877-808-2742

Website: https://www.ariahealth.org/

Description:

This hospital has an infectious disease department with doctors specializing in infectious diseases.  Locations in Frankford, Torresdale, and Bucks County.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Asociacion de Puertorriquenos en Marcha (APM)

Address:
4301 Rising Sun Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19140

Phone: 267-296-7200

Website: www.apmphila.org
Email: info@apmphila.org

Description:

APM is a Latino-based health, human services, community and economic development non-profit organization serving the Philadelphia area. Our mission is to help families achieve their greatest potential. Offers programs for mental health, drug and alcohol treatment, childhood education and family services, and housing counseling.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.

Aspira, Inc. of Pennsylvania

Address:
4322 North 5th Street
3rd FL
Philadelphia, PA 19140

Phone: 215-455-1300

Fax: 215-455-6310
Fax: 215-455-6312

Website: http://www.aspirapennsylvania.org/
Email: info@aspira.org

Description:

ASPIRA promotes the empowerment, leadership, intellectual and cultural potential of Puerto Rican, Latino, and other vulnerable youth so that they may contribute their skills and dedication to the fullest development of their communities.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC)

Address:
3538 Ridgewood Road
Akron, OH 44333

Phone: 800-260-6780
Phone: 330-670-0101

Fax: 330-670-0109

Website: www.nursesinaidscare.org
Email: anac@anacnet.org

Description:

Fosters the professional development of nurses involved in AIDS care. Establishes standards of practice and education. Serves to advocate for HIV positive persons. Conferences are provided, and National Faculty Institute is held every fall.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes, with exceptions.

Assurance Wireless

Address:
Post Office Box 686
Parsippany, NJ 07054

Customers: 888-321-5880
Information: 800-395-2108
Phone: 800-395-2108

Fax: 800-430-3987

Website: www.assurancewireless.com
Email: ourteam@assurancewireless.com

Description:

Assurance Wireless is a cell phone service for eligible low-income customers. It is a company of Virgin Mobile USA, part of Sprint's Prepaid group. Eligibility varies by state. Upon determination of eligibility, customers can receive a free cell phone and 250 free minutes of wireless voice service every month.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Infectious Disease Associates

Address:
1401 Atlantic Avenue
Suite 2300
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Description:

Treats patients at all stages of HIV disease. The hospital also provides home care and other services as deemed necessary.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
No.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
Yes.
Is there HIV testing by appointment?
No.
Hours that HIV testing is available.
M-F 8a-4p
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
No.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
No.
Clinic Info: AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center

Clinic Name: Infectious Disease Associates

Clinic Age and Eligibility Requirements
18 and older
How to Schedule a Clinic Appointment
Refferal Only
Clinic Hours
M-F 8a-4p
HIV Clinicians
Ricardo Barzaga, MD-ID; Jean Haspel, RN-APNC
Clinic Insurances Accepted
NJ and PA MA, most private insurance plans accepted. No Americhoice.
Clinic Fees
No fees for HIV care.
Clinic and the Uninsured
Financial assistance available through hospital's charity care program.
Languages offered at the HIV Clinic other than English
Spanish, language line for other languages

Attic Youth Center

Address:
255 S. 16th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Phone: 215-545-4331

Fax: 215-545-5774

Website: www.atticyouthcenter.org
Email: jay@atticyouthcenter.org

Description:

A youth program for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth (under 23). Provides free individual, family and relationship counseling, outreach services, safer sex and prevention practices, healthy relationship discussion, support groups, HIV information and testing, drug and alcohol education, HIV case management, and life skills. Services are free and open to all youth. Condoms and other safe sex supplies are available.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
Yes.
Hours that HIV testing is available.
M 11a-6p, Tu 2p-6p, W 1:30p-8p, Th 1:30p-8p Fri 1p-7p
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
No.
What Population does the Organization Serve?
LGBTQIA, 13-24

Back On My Feet

Address:
100 S. Broad Street
Suite 1400
Philadelphia, PA 19110

Phone: 215-772-1080

Fax: 215-772-1087

Website: www.backonmyfeet.org
Email: info@backonmyfeet.org

Description:

Back On My Feet is a national non-profit organization that uses running to help those experiencing homelessness change the way they see themselves so they can make real change in their lives that results in employment and independint living. Back on My Feet provides a community that embraces equality, respect, discipline, teamwork and leadership. We offer access to employment and workforce development partners and assistance with education and housing expenses.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Baker Industries

Address:
3506 F Street
Philadelphia, PA 19134

Phone: 215-291-5700

Fax: 215-291-5725

Website: www.bakerindustries.org

Description:

Provides vocational rehabilitation through on-the-job training for ex-offenders, recovering substance users, and people with disabilities.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Be The Generation

Description:

We promote awareness, understanding, dialogue, and support for biomedical prevention research, including HIV vaccine research, microbicide research, and pre-exposure prophylaxis research. Find us on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/user/bethegeneration.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

BEBASHI: Transition to Hope

Address:
1217 Spring Garden Street
1st FL
Philadelphia, PA 19123

Phone: 215-769-3561

Fax: 215-769-3860

Website: www.bebashi.org
Email: garyb@bebashi.org

Description:

Provides care case management; prevention education presentations; one on one counseling; free HIV testing available Monday-Friday 9a-4p and Thursday 9a-7p; pregnancy testing; STD testing; prevention case management; special programs focusing on teen sexual health and breast cancer awarness for medically underserved women of color age 40 and above; prevention for hunger relief/meal services; housing counseling and referrals for PWAs; syphilis prevention and outreach programs; support groups; peer counseling, treatment programs and discharge planning services for HIV+ incarcerated individuals.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
Yes.
Is there HIV testing by appointment?
No.
Hours that HIV testing is available.
M-F 9a-4:30p; Th 9a-7:30p
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
Yes.
Is HIV testing Available in Lanuages Other than English?
Spanish
What Population does the Organization Serve?
All

Behavioral Health Special Initiative (BHSI)

Address:
801 Market Street
Suite 7200
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Phone: 215-546-1200

Fax: 215-320-1230
Admin: 215-732-2634 ( Fax )

Website: www.dbhids.org/behavioral-health-special-initiative

Description:

Authorizes treatment for alcohol and other drugs, and recovery support services, for Philadelphia residents seeking treatment who are uninsured or under-insured.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Being Alive

Address:
7531 Santa Monica Blvd
Suite 100A
West Hollywood, CA 90046
Description:

Monthly Being Alive newsletter features HIV-related medical updates and Information, some pages in Spanish.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes, with exceptions.

Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment

Address:
4200 Monument Road
Philadelphia, PA 19131

Phone: 215-877-2000
Toll Free: 800-346-7834

Fax: 215-879-2443

Website: www.einstein.edu/locations/belmont-behavioral-health/

Description:

A psychiatric hospital speciallizing in behaviriol health, addiction and eating disorders through in patient and out patient programs.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Benefit Bank

Description:

Use the Benefit Bank Quick Check and find out in minutes how likely you are to qualify for certain tax credits and benefits, or Self Serve to do your taxes for free.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Berks AIDS Network: A Program Unit of Co-County Wellness Services

Address:
429 Walnut Street
Post Office Box 8626
Reading, PA 19603

Phone: 610-375-6523

Fax: 610-375-8333

Website: www.cocountywellnessservices.org/berks.asp

Description:

Assists PLWHA and their families. Services include case management, support groups, communal meals, drop-in center, medical adherence education, HIV and STD testing, STD treatment, and prevention education. HIV testing is available Tuesdays from 11a-7p and Thursdays from 9a-1p.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
No.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
Yes.
Is there HIV testing by appointment?
Yes.
Hours that HIV testing is available.
Tu 11a-7p, Thurs. 9a-1p
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
Yes.
Is HIV testing Available in Lanuages Other than English?
Spanish
What Population does the Organization Serve?
All

BETA (Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS)

Address:
1035 Market Street
Suite 400
San Fransico, CA 94103

Phone: 415-487-8060

Website: www.sfaf.org/hiv-info/hot-topics/beta
Email: beta@sfaf.org

Description:

The Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS is your bright and brainy source on new developments in HIV prevention, evolving approaches to HIV treatment, and strategies for living well with the virus. Contributing writers include well-known HIV/AIDS researchers, clinicians, and community advocates_smart folks with a passion for turning science and jargon into something everyone can understand and use.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes, with exceptions.

Bethanna

Address:
1030 2nd Street Pike
Southampton, PA 18966

Phone: 215-355-6500

Fax: 215-355-8847

Website: www.bethanna.org/bethanna

Description:

Foster care to children with AIDS and to HIV positive children. Ongoing case management, social services, and support for parents. Behaviorial and mental health clinics for chidren and families. Organization also works with children who need to be adopted. Second location at 1212 Wood St., Philadelphia PA 19107.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Bethesda Project

Address:
1630 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146

Phone: 215-985-1600
Our Brother's Place: 215-236-7864

Fax: 215-732-8214
Our Brother's Place Fax: 215-236-7927

Website: www.bethesdaproject.org

Description:

Bethesda Project provides shelter, housing, and programs reaching out to chronically homeless men and women.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Black AIDS Institute

Address:
1833 W. 8th Street
Suite 200
Los Angles, CA 90057

Phone: 213-353-3610

Fax: 213-402-7217

Website: www.blackaids.org
Email: info@blackaids.org

Description:

The Black AIDS Institute interprets public and private sector HIV policies, conducts trainings, offers technical assistance, disseminates information and provides advocacy mobilization from a uniquely and unapologetically Black point of view. Programs include the African American HIV University, the CitySheets Series, Black Treatment Advocates Network, Brown Bag Lunch Webinar Series, and many other initiatives.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes, with exceptions.

Black Women's Health Alliance

Address:
3801 Market Street
1st District Plaza, Suite 202
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Phone: 215-382-3292

Fax: 215-382-3296

Website: www.pbwha.org
Email: bwhaorg@gmail.com

Description:

Philadelphia Black Women's Health Alliance strives to promote physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being of black women through education and advocacy. Prevention education workshops, early intervention services, and case management.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Books Through Bars

Address:
4722 Baltimore Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19143

Phone: 215-727-8170

Website: www.booksthroughbars.org
Email: info@booksthroughbars.org

Description:

Books Through Bars provides hundreds of packages of quality reading material for prisoners in the Mid-Atlantic area (PA, NJ, NY, MD, DE, VA, WV). Book packing volunteers welcome every Tuesday from 7:30pm to 9:30pm and every 1st and 3rd Sat of the month from 11am to 2pm.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia, Inc

Address:
1518 Walnut Street
Suite 712
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Phone: 215-735-8818

Fax: 215-735-8549

Website: www.bgcphila.org
Email: admin@bcgphila.org

Description:

We enable all young people especially those who need us most to reach their full potential as productive caring responsible citizens. The boys and girls clubs of Philadelphia provide a safe place to learn and grow ongoing relationships with caring adult professionals life enhancing programs, and character development experiences and hope and opportunity for more than 13,000 Philadelphia youth each year. Our core programs nurture young people in education, career development, character and leadership, health and life skills, sports, fitness, recreation, arts, culture, and technology.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Brandywine Valley Infectious Diseases

Address:
213 Reeceville Road
Suite 27
Coatesville, PA 19320

Phone: 610-383-9333

Fax: 610-383-1183

Description:

Infectious disease specialist offers treatment at all stages of HIV; case management is available. Arabic speaking staff available all the time.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Clinic Info: Brandywine Valley Infectious Diseases

Clinic Age and Eligibility Requirements
18 and above
How to Schedule a Clinic Appointment
Call for appointment
Clinic Hours
M-Th 8a-4p; F 8a-12p
HIV Clinicians
Raida Rabah, MD
Clinic Insurances Accepted
Most insurances accepted
Clinic Fees
Fees depend on insurance status.
Clinic and the Uninsured
Limited funds available through Ryan White.
Languages offered at the HIV Clinic other than English
English, Arabic

Bread and Roses Community Fund

Address:
1315 Walnut Street
Suite 1300
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Phone: 215-731-1107

Fax: 215-731-0453

Website: www.breadrosesfund.org
Email: info@breadrosesfund.org

Description:

Bread & Roses Community Fund is a unique partnership of donors and activists committed to supporting grassroots organizing for progressive social change in the Delaware Valley, through grant making, technical assistance and leadership development through the Barbara Smith Community School.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Bridge Treatment Program

Address:
1100 Adams Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19111

Outpatient: 215-342-5000 ext. x7424
Outpaitent: 215-342-5000 ext. 216

Fax: 267-592-4174

Website: www.thebridgePhiladelphia.org

Description:

The Bridge is a substance use treatment program offering long-term and short-term inpatient services for adolescents 14-18 and outpatient services for people of all ages. We serve people with substance abuse and mental health disorders. Spanish language services available.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Bridges Step Down

Address:
4128 Parkside Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Phone: 215-871-5944
Phone: 215-871-5945

Fax: 215-477-0244

Website: http://www.phmc.org
Email: dford@phmc.org

Description:

Recovery house for women and children. Referrals should come from Office of Addiction Services, case managers, or other treatment facilities.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Bright Hope Baptist Church

Address:
N. 12th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Description:

Bright Hope Baptist has programs (Arc of Safe Haven) that provides support for persons who are affected and infected by HIV and a safe environment for counseling. Contact church for more information. Executive pastor is Reverend Carmen Marsall.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Broad Street Ministry

Address:
315 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Description:

A broad-minded Christian community that cherishes creativity, fosters and nurtures artistic expression, extends inclusive hospitality and works for a more just world through civic engagement.  Schedule: Mon: Breakfast 8am-8:45am, mail service 8am-11am. Tues: Mail service 3pm-5:30pm, dinner 4pm-5:15pm. Wed: Mail service 3pm-5:30pm, dinner 4pm-5:15pm, bible study 6:15pm. Thurs: Mail service and personal care 11:30am-1:30pm, lunch 11:30pm-1:15pm. HIV testing every 2nd and 4th Thurs 11:30am-3pm. Fri: Mail service 11:30am-1:30pm. Sat: Lunch 11:45am-12:50pm. Sun: Worship 4pm-5:30pm. Clothing closet lottery during every meal. Nurses and psychiatric evaluations available Wed and Thurs during meals. Quarterly homeless advocacy projects with pro bono lawyers.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Bryn Mawr Hospital (Jefferson Health Care)

Address:
130 South Bryn Mawr Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

Phone: 610-526-3000
Phone: 866-225-5654

Website: www.mainlinehealth.org

Description:

Cares for HIV/AIDS patients in all stages of illness. Aftercare, homecare, and hospice available.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Bucks County Health Department: Doylestown

Address:
1282 Almshouse Road
Doylestown, PA 18901

Phone: 215-345-3344
Phone: 877-477-4492

Fax: 215-345-3833

Website: www.buckscounty.org
Email: kmthomas@co.bucks.pa.us

Description:

HIV and STD related health care services. Counseling, testing and prevention services. Referral to case management. Partner counseling, referral services, community outreach and community education.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
No.
Is there HIV testing by appointment?
Yes.
Hours that HIV testing is available.
Th 9a-5p
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
No.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
Yes.
Is HIV testing Available in Lanuages Other than English?
Spanish and Russian; call ahead
What Population does the Organization Serve?
All

Bucks County Health Department: Levittown

Address:
7321 New Falls Road
Levittown, PA 19055

Phone: 267-580-3537

Fax: 215-949-5819

Website: www.buckscounty.org
Email: kmthomas@co.bucks.pa.us

Description:

HIV and STD related health care services. Counseling, testing and prevention services. Referral to case management. Partner counseling, referral services, community outreach and community education.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
No.
Is there HIV testing by appointment?
Yes.
Hours that HIV testing is available.
Tu 9a-4p
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
No.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
Yes.
Is HIV testing Available in Lanuages Other than English?
Language Line
What Population does the Organization Serve?
All

Bucks County Opportunity Council

Address:
226 Mill Street
Bristol Bourgh, PA 19007

Phone: 215-781-2661
Corporate Office: 215-345-8175
Bristol Bourgh, PA location: 215-781-2661

Fax: 215-345-8573
Bristol Bourgh location: 215-781-8026 ( Fax )

Website: www.bcoc.org

Description:

Case management and emergency services for people who need utility or rent assistance, to prevent eviction. Second location at 226 Mill Street, Bristol Bourgh, PA 19007.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Bucks County Transport

Address:
Post Office Box 510
Holicong, PA 18928

Phone: 215-794-8360
Toll Free: 888-795-0740

Fax: 215-794-5554

Website: www.bctransport.org

Description:

Free or low-cost transportation for senior citizens and disabled individuals, including people with AIDS. Free for those on Medical Assistance.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is not limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Bucks Villa

Address:
c/o Family Service Association of Bucks County, Cornerstone Executive Suites, 4 Cornerstone Drive
Langhorne, PA 19047

Phone: 215-757-6916 ext. 229

Fax: 215-757-7628

Website: www.bucksvilla.org
Email: ntownsend@fsabc.org

Description:

Group home for independent living. Subsidized HUD housing for people living with HIV and AIDS, located in scenic New Hope.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
This resource is limited to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

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