Living with HIV

Why this resource is helpful:

Services for People with HIV/AIDS
A full continuum of care is available for people living with HIV/AIDS. Many services are provided at low or no-cost to low-income PLWH. Services include:

Medical care
Assistance getting health insurance
Medication assistance
Mental health and substance abuse treatment
Dental care
Housing assistance
Meals
Psychosocial support
Medical case management
Help getting care assistance
Peer support
Getting Started
Case managers are the best first step for learning more about and getting into local services. If you receive medical care at:

Multnomah County HIV Health Services Center - Call 503-988-5020
Another local HIV clinic - Call Partnership Project, 503-230-1202 or 877-795-7700 (toll free)
An HIV clinic in Vancouver, WA - Call Cascade AIDS Project Southwest Washington, 360-750-7964
HIV Service Providers
Cascade AIDS Project(link is external) | Prevention, housing, employment, support resources
Cascade AIDS Project SW Washington(link is external) | Case management and other services in Clark County, Washington
CAREAssist(link is external) | Oregon AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), medications, insurance
Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, HIV Day Center(link is external) | Meals and drop-in center
Multnomah County HIV Health Services Center | Medical care, case management and support services
Multnomah County Behavioral Health | Addictions treatment benefits coordination and financial assistance
OHSU Partnership Project(link is external) | Case management and other services in Portland, Oregon
Quest Center for Integrative Health(link is external) | Mental health and addictions treatment, peer support for women and treatment seekers
Russell Street Dental Clinic(link is external) | Dental care

A full continuum of care is available for people living with HIV/AIDS. Many services are provided at low or no-cost to low-income PLWH.
Quoted From: https://www.multco.us/hiv-and-std-services/living-hiv

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