Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Resources: HIV/AIDS

This resource guide does not constitute an ECCO endorsement of the agencies or their services. This information is from the Pocket Guide to HIV Resources in Orange County — courtesy AIDS Services Foundation Orange County.

SERVICES

AIDS Response Program
12800 Garden Grove Boulevard, Suite F, Garden Grove, CA 92843
(714) 534-0961
Early case management, benefits counseling, mental health counseling and support groups, and information and referral services for asymptomatic and early symptomatic HIV infected persons.

AIDS Services Foundation (ASF)
17982 Sky Park Circle, Suite J, Irvine, CA 92614-6408
(949) 253-1500 / (949) 852-1185 FAX
ASF serves all people who are HIV+. Many services may have specific medical and/or financial criteria. Services include case management, benefits counseling, mental heath counseling and support groups, home care, financial assistance, transportation, food and nutritional supplements, housing, “buddy” and other volunteer programs, children and family services, treatment advocacy, Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS), and social/recreational programs. and early symptomatic HIV infected persons.

AIDS Walk Orange County
17982 Sky Park Circle, Suite J, Irvine, CA 92614-6408
(949) 955-1400 / (949) 955-3820 FAX
AIDS fundraising organization.

Black Coalition on AIDS
2800 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 615-9945 / (415) 615-9943 FAX

Delhi Community Center
505 E Central Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92707
(714) 481-9600
Early case management and social services to HIV infected Latinos. Other services such as benefits counseling and mental health services are provided in conjunction with other agencies.

Hannah’s Children’s Home And Foster Finding Agency
22875 Savi Ranch Parkway, Suite A, Yorba Linda, CA 92687
(714) 282-0354
Early case management and social services to HIV infected /African Americans.

Shanti Orange County
22722 Lambert St #1711, Lake Forest, CA 92630-1618
(949) 452-0888 / (949) 452-0889 FAX
Support services to HIV infected persons in Orange County. Services include mental health counseling and support groups, home delivered meals, and volunteer programs offering massage, “buddies,“ transportation, and house cleaning.

TESTING

AIDS Response Program
12800 Garden Grove Boulevard, Suite F, Garden Grove, CA 92643
(714) 534-0961

Huntington Beach Community Clinic
8041 Newman Ave, #200, Huntington Beach, CA 92647
(714) 847-4222

Laguna Beach Community Clinic
362 Third Street, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(949) 494-0761 / (949) 497-9922 FAX

Orange County Health Care Agency
1725 W 17th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706
(714) 834-8787 / (714) 834-8275 FAX

Planned Parenthood
1801 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92643
(800)752-6633 (PLANNED)

MEDICAL, DENTAL, LEGAL

AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
Orange County Health Care Agency
1725 W 17th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706
(714) 834-8175
HIV specific drugs at no cost or sliding scale to qualified persons.

Special Diseases Clinic
Orange County Health Care Agency
1725 W 17th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706
(714) 834-8787
Out-patient medical and social services to persons with HIV infection.

California Collaborative Treatment Group
UCI Medical Center
101 City Drive South, Building 53, Rt 81, Orange, CA 92668
(714) 456-7612

UCI Medical Center
Medical Specialties Clinic
101 City Drive South, Building 29, Orange, CA 92668
(714) 456-5476 / (714) 456-7434 FAX
Out-patient medical and social services to persons with HIV infection.

Orange County Dental Society
(714) 634-8944
Referral service to dentists and oral surgeons who are HIV sensitive.

Orange County Lawyers for Equality for Gays and Lesbians (OC Legal)
25411 Cabot Road, Suite 114, Laguna Hills, CA 92653
(949) 699-2400

Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund
3325 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1300, Los Angeles, CA 90010-1729
(213) 382-7600 / (213) 351-6050 FAX / E-mail

Public Law Center (PLC)
601 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana, CA 92701-4002
(714) 541-1010 / (714) 541-5157 FAX / E-mail

SUPPORT

AIDS Response Program
(714) 534-0961
Support and therapy groups for asymptomatic and early symptomatic HIV infected persons.

AIDS Services Foundation
(949) 253-1500 / (949) 852-1185 FAX
Groups offered for persons with AIDS, significant others, heterosexuals, women, family and friends, children, teens, parents, grief recovery. Several groups are offered in Spanish.

Being Alive Orange County
(714) 362-5483 / (310) 289-9866 FAX

Being Alive Long Beach
(310) 434-9022
A coalition of, and for, people with HIV/AIDS.

Gerry House
(714) 972-1402
12-step Narcotics Anonymous group for those infected with HIV.

Mothers of AIDS Patients
(714) 552-3313

The NAMES Project, AIDS Memorial Quilt
411 E 10th Street, Long Beach, CA 90813-4445
(562) 491-9905

National AIDS Hotline
English: (800) 342-2437
Spanish: (800) 344-7432

Southern California AIDS Hotline
English: (800) 922-2437
Spanish: (800) 400-7432

Project Inform (AIDS Treatment) Hotline
(800) 822-7422

Suicide Prevention Hotline
(714) 778-1000

Teen’s AIDS Hotline
(800) 234-8336

Shelter

AIDS Services Foundation
(949) 253-1500 / (949) 852-1185 FAX
Roommate, shelter and hospice referrals; emergency rental assistance; Huber House, a six bed licensed residence for people with symptomatic HIV disease.

Annie’s House
(714) 963-1196
Six bed residence for people with HIV.

Friendship Shelter
(714) 494-6928
Short-term emergency housing – HIV friendly.

Gerry House
(714) 972-1402
Residential drug treatment program. Referral mad by OCHCA methadone clinic.

Hagan Place
(714) 282-2520
24 unit apartment complex for people with symptomatic HIV disease.

Holmes House
(310) 598-7114
Residential hospice for people with AIDS.

Start House
(714) 554-1237
A six bed residential drug treatment program for people with HIV.

PREVENTION

American Red Cross Orange County
601 N Golden Circle Drive, Santa Ana, CA 92705
(714) 835-5381 / (714) 547-7903 FAX

AIDS Services Foundation
HIV: Women’s Voices
(949) 253-1512 / (949) 852-1185

Orange County Health Care Agency
AIDS Community Education Project
1725 W 17th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706
(714) 834-8733 / (714) 834-8275 FAX

UCI Medical Center Health Education ATEC
(AIDS Training and Education Center)
101 City Drive South, Building 53, Rte. 101, Orange, CA 92668
(714) 456-7612

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