AIDS Related Services
COUNSELING/TESTING MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF THE CINCINNATI AREA: Provides information and referral services and other mental health programs.Cincinnati Office, 513.721.2910.
CENTERPOINT HEALTH: Administrative Offices: 7162 Reading Road, Suite 500, Cincinnati, OH 45237, 513.761.6222. Centerpoint Health provides assessment, treatment, and referral to those in need from preschoolers to older adults. Centerpoint Health is certified by the State of Ohio as a provider of mental health and substance abuse services. Centerpoint Health services include: diagnostic assessments; counseling of children, adolescents, adults, and seniors; adolescent substance abuse treatment; psychiatric medication; family counseling; psychological testing; support groups; employee assistance; crisis intervention; consultation; and education. Centerpoint Health offices are located in College Hill, Oakley, Walnut Hills, Roselawn, and Western Hills.
CINCINNATI HEALTH DEPARTMENT: Please call the Cincinnati Health Department at 357.7350 for referrals.
LATINO RESOURCES Latino resources are organizations in the Greater Cincinnati area to serve those whose primary language is Spanish to receive quality care and services.
APOYO, INFORMACION Y REMISION ALA: 11080 Chester Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45246, 513.552.8684, Contact Mr. Victor Vélez. Latino organization with a large focus on Latino families and youth.
CITY GOSPEL MISSION: 1419 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45210, 513.241.5525
EL SIDA: 513.618.2019, contact Carrie Schmid.
STOP AIDS CINCINNATI: Services for people living with HIV, referral services, HIV testing, and education. Servicios para gente con VIH. Referral. Examenes de VIH. Educacion sobre VIH & SIDA. Llaman 513.421.2437. Preguntan para Mark Hayden. Servicios disponsible en Espanol.
HISPANIC RESOURCE CENTER: (NORTHERN KENTUCKY): 859.468.7242 (Hotline) or 859.261.1498. Contact Gilberto Esparza.
RAINMAKERS PROGRAM: 6025 Dixie Highway, Suite 300 Fairfield, OH 45014, 513.887.5516, Contact Pamela Mortensen RAINMakers is a program that trains Latino men and women to learn about area resources and distributes this information as needed to their community. It’s a “neighbor helping neighbor” concept.
SANTA MARIA COMMUNITY SERVICES: Bienestar Program – Health Education Program. 3301 Warsaw Avenue, Cincinnati Ohio 45205. 513.557.2700. Santa Maria provides many community services and a specific health initiative focusing on the Latino community.
SU CASA HISPANIC MINISTRIES: 7036 Fairpark Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45216, 513.761.1588.
UNITED WAY — LINEA TELEFÓNICO DE AYUDA: 513.721.7900 (Helpline).
ECURSOS HISPANOS/LATINOS LAS ILAMADAS SON GRATIS 1.800.Nú mero ALCOHOLISMO: 1.888.425.2666 El SIDA: 1.800.344.7432 LA SALUD: 1.866.783.2645 VIOLENCIA EN EL HOGAR: 1.800.799.7233
AIDS ONLINE RESOURCES
LOCAL WEB SITES:
www.stopaidscincinnati.org – STOP AIDS client services and prevention education with links to other relevant web sites.
www.ccatsober.org - Center for Chemical Addictions Treatment (CCAT).
NATIONAL WEB SITES
www.actis.org- AIDS Clinical Trials Information Service (ACTIS)
www.hivatis.org - HIV Treatment Information Services.
www.cdc.gov/hiv/dhap.htm - CDC National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention, Divisions of HIV/AIDS Prevention.
www.cdcnpin.org - Centers for Disease Control (CDC) National Prevention Information Network (formerly National AIDS Information Clearinghouse). www.growthhouse.org - Growthhouse is an international source of information on serious illnesses, such as HIV, hospice and homecare, death and bereavement, pain management and more.
www.projinf.org - Project Inform (PI) prepares printed material on a variety of treatment and public policy issues related to HIV disease. www.gmhc.org
Gay Men’s Health Crisis in New York. Contains vast drug information and advice on numerous HIV related topics. www.infoweb.org
Infoweb offers links that are organized and searched by category.
www.aidsquilt.org - The AIDS Memorial Quilt Project. www.thebody.com
The Body: A Multimedia AIDS and HIV Information Resource, produced by The Body Health Resources Corporation. Its web site houses the AIDS National Interfaith Network site, as well as other information. The Body is also accessible through the STOP AIDS web site.
www.hrsa.gov/hab/womencare.htm - A Guide to the Clinical Care of Women with HIV is now available on the HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) website.
AIDS and General Emergency Resources
COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY:
1740 Langdon Farm Road in Jordan Crossing. Utility Assistance 513.751.2624. Administers emergency HEAP program to maintain gas and electric service during winter months (Nov. 1– March 31). Clients must control and pay for their heat. EMERGENCY SERVICES DEPARTMENT:
513.569.1840. Provides rental and mortgage assistance (after 8th of month), eye glasses and prescription medication for the elderly and physically disabled, and food vouchers.
1821 Summit Ave., Suite 001, Cincinnati, OH 45237, 513.761.1480. Provides housing related services to those living with HIV/AIDS.
CINCINNATI HEALTH NETWORK:
2825 Burnet Ave, Suite 232, Cincinnati, OH 45219, 513.961.0600.
112 East Liberty Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, 513.241.1064. Provides many services including food pantry, financial assistance, payee and other programs.
MERCY FRANCISCAN AT ST. JOHN:
1800 Logan Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. 513.981.5800. Social Service Agency, Emergency Food Pantry. Provides: emergency assistance with food, clothing, personal care and household items; financial assistance for rent; temporary shelter for families with children; case management on short and long term basis. Pre-employment program includes computer skills classes and professional development classes. Also offers shared housing for older adults and a Senior Center.
MERCY FRANCISCAN AT ST. RAPHAEL:
601 High St., Hamilton, OH 45011. 513.603.8200. The agency offers emergency assistance with rent, utilities, a free choice pantry, clothing, household items and a free lunch. The agency also operates an emergency family shelter and a Chronic Disease Management program provides services to people with chronic diseases who are low income.
114 E. Central Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45210, 513.762.5600, Provides emergency utility assistance. SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL:
1125 Bank Street, Cincinnati, OH 45214, 513-562-8841. Provides various services including, food, clothing, financial assistance and other programs.
2-1-1,UNITED WAY OF GREATER CINCINNATI:
Dial 211 from your phone to gain information and access to services from around the Greater Cincinnati Area.