HIV Services

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HIV Day Center
The HIV Day Center is a community center for low income people living with HIV/AIDS. The Day Center provides hot breakfasts and lunches five days a week. Staff are available for counseling, information and referral, and help with problem solving. Day Center clients have access to phones, a mail drop, computers with internet access, WiFi, washer and dryer, clothing, a shower and hygiene supplies. The Day Center also provides therapeutic and recreational activities. Massage, haircuts, foot care and acupuncture are provided by volunteer practitioners.

The Day Center drop-in hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Wednesday. Breakfast is served each day between 9 to 10:30 a.m. Lunch is served at 1 p.m. (a sack lunch is provided on Wednesdays at closing).

Clients can self-refer to the Day Center; the only requirements are that they are HIV positive and have incomes below 300 percent of the federal poverty level. There are no fees for any Day Center service.

The HIV Day Center opened in Portland in May 1990 as the first free-standing, community-based program of its kind in the United States. It was created in direct response to needs outlined by a coalition of healthcare providers in 1987.

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CONTACT
Day Center location
2941 NE Ainsworth, Portland, OR 97211
drop-in hours
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Wednesday
phone (503) 460-3822
fax (503) 460-3933
email hivcenter@emoregon.org
Taylor Gleffe, Program Manager



Daily Bread Express
Established in 1992, the Daily Bread Express (DBX) provides meal delivery for low-income, home-bound individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Seven nutritious meals are delivered weekly throughout the six-county Portland metro area. The only requirements to participate on the program are that meal recipients are HIV positive, have incomes below 200 percent of the federal poverty level and have a specified medical need for home delivery of meals. Clients need to be referred by a case manager. There is no fee for this service.

RESOURCES
Online Resource Center
View community resources (both in English and Spanish) at our Online Resource Center. Some are cultural or HIV specific, and others are for the general population. Topics include:

Addiction Recovery
Aging
Clothing
COVID-19
Domestic Violence
Employment
Events
Food
Harm Reduction
HIV Information
Housing
Legal Services
Medical Care
Mental Health
Other
Sexual Assault
StoriiCare
You do not have to be engaged in our HIV Services to use these resources, but there may be other requirements from the providing organization. We continuously add and delete these resources as they become available or expire

HIV Service Providers
Cascade AIDS Project | (503) 223-5907
Housing, Peer Support, Emergency Rent Assistance, Housing Case Workers, Medical Case Management.

Prism Health | (503) 445-7699
Primary Care, PrEP, Behavioral Health, Pharmacy, HIV & STI Testing

Multnomah County Health Department | (503) 988-5020
Primary Care, Medical Case Management, Mental Health Services, Clinical Pharmacist, Pharmacy

OHSU Partnership Project | (503) 230-1202
Primary Care, Medical Case Management

OHSU Russell Street Dental | (503) 494-6822
Dental Services

Quest Center for Integrative Health | (503) 238-5203
Mental Health Services, Addiction Recovery, Recovery House, Peer Support, Acupuncture, Medical Care

Our House | (503) 234-0175
Todd"s Corner (Clothing Closet, Household Items) Esters Pantry (Food Boxes), Residential Care

For other resource assistance, call 211.

Our HIV Services address the needs of individuals living with HIV/AIDS with respect, compassion and safety.
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