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Agencies Providing HIV/AIDS Services
Program and contact information for organizations offering services (such as emergency food assistance/vouchers, medical case management, primary medical care, dental care, transportation, etc.) to people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS in suburban Virginia regions who are uninsured or under-insured and have low incomes.
Agencies Providing HIV/AIDS Services

Find a Doctor Who Works with HIV/AIDS
Locate a doctor who is a specialist in infectious disease medicine and treats HIV/AIDS.
Find a Doctor

General Community Resources
Find a variety of resources both online and by phone which are available to the residents of suburban Virginia.
General Community Resources

Grievance Resolution Procedures
lf you are not satisfied with an HIV/AIDS service and that service was funded by Ryan White, mechanisms are in place to help reach a satisfactory resolution to the problem.
Grievance Resolution Procedures

HOPWA/Housing Resources
Learn more about how HOPWA assists low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families establish or maintain stable housing, reduce the risk of homelessness, and improve access to health care and other needed support services.
HOPWA/Housing Resources

Learn More About HIV/AIDS
Locate additional resources to learn more about coping with an HIV/AIDS diagnosis.
Learn More About HIV/AIDS

Need to Talk?
Are you coping with an HIV/AIDS diagnosis?  Do you know someone with HIV/AIDS?  You can call and speak with a crisis line worker who can provide immediate, free and confidential assistance over the phone 24/7.  Call for yourself or someone you care about.
Need to Talk?

Newly Diagnosed?
If you have just been told you are HIV positive, you are not alone.  Learn more from other people who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS and are living with the disease.
Newly Diagnosed?

Paying for Care
Find out more information about Insurance, Medicare, and other programs for the under-insured and uninsured.
Paying for Care

Ryan White Program
Learn about the Ryan White Program and the variety of services it provides to people living with AIDS.
Ryan White Program

What is HOPWA?
HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS) was established to help low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families establish or maintain stable housing, reduce the risk of homelessness, and improve access to health care and other needed support services.
What is HOPWA?
Funding for this project was provided by:
US Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentHIV/AIDS Administration
                 HAHSTA
HIV Resources Project, C/O Northern Virginia Regional Commission  3040 Williams Drive, Suite 200  Fairfax, VA 22031  703-642-4627 (Voice)  Email Us