Nutrition and Alternative Treatments
Specializes in natural and specialized pharmaceutical medicines for chronic immune problems.
The federal government's lead agency for scientific research on complementary and alternative medicine. This site documents the organization's research, health information and clinical trials related to HIV/AIDS.
A cooperative organization providing access to and information about nutritional and homeopathic supplements to the New York metropolitan community and beyond.
Services and Assistance
A crisis center for those with life-threatening illnesses and their caregivers, offering emotional support, counseling, home visits and seminars.
This organization prepares and delivers nutritious meals for people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other serious illnesses who are unable to prepare meals for themselves. Clients are in in New York City and Hudson County, New Jersey.
Helps homeless and low-income people living with HIV/AIDS and their families obtain adequate housing, food, social support, drug treatment, health care and employment.
Lifelong AIDS Alliance provides practical support services and advocacy for those whose lives are affected by HIV and AIDS. Services include case management, a food program, an insurance assistance program, housing, and connections to doctors, mental health resources and treatment.
Wellness network designed to help patients, caregivers, supporters and individuals create a personalized wellness plan.
Offers comprehensive and confidential medical, psycho-social, and case management services to HIV+ youth between the ages of 13-24, regardless of insurance coverage.
Provides time-limited, home-based, specialized case management services for individuals with HIV/AIDS who also have a major mental illness, and significant unmet needs. ART has two components: home-based psychiatric assessment services provided by the Visiting Psychiatric Service of the OHMHS, and specialized case management services.
The Evergreen Health Insurance Program can pay medical insurance premiums for eligible Washington State residents, enabling them to maintain access to vital health care. Eligible individuals must first be enrolled in the Early Intervention Program (EIP).
This site is a comprehensive resource database for HIV and AIDS-related services in New York City and neighboring areas.
In partnership with BOOM!Health, provides food, nutrition, supportive services and health services at eight locations in four boroughs of New York City.
This page highlights benefits and programs available in Washington state, as well as eligibility requirements for the highlighted programs which include information on accessing health, mental health, and dental services through the Washington State's Early Intervention Program (EIP).
Offers free and confidential HIV counseling and testing, in English and Spanish, at their two Manhattan locations.