Resource Guide

Every year, we publish a Greater Philadelphia AIDS Resource Guide. The Resource Guide is full of useful organizations in the greater Philadelphia area. We include organizations that serve people living with HIV/AIDS, as well as organizations that are not HIV-specific but that might be helpful. Our focus is the Philadelphia metropolitan area, which includes surrounding counties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. You will notice that there we have included some organizations outside of this area, especially national organizations. This publication actually contains a number of different documents. You can also download the individual PDF.

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11th Street Family Health Services of Drexel University

Address:
850 N 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Phone: 215-769-1594
Phone: 215-769-1594 Dental
Fax: 215-769-1119

Website: www.fpcn.com

Description:
Offers primary health care, dental care, nutrition, behavioral health, fitness, and HIV testing by appointment or walk-in. Spanish language available.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
Yes.
Is there HIV testing by appointment?
Yes.
Hours that HIV testing is available.
9am-11am, 1pm-3pm M-F or by appt
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
Yes.
What Population does the Organization Serve?
All
Dental Clinic Info:

11th Street Family Health Services of Drexel University Dental Department

Dental Clinic Address:
850 N 11th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Dental Clinic Phone: 215-769-1594
Dental Clinic fax: 215-769-1596
Dental Clinic Age and Eligibility Requirments
All Ages
Dental Clinicians
Frank Torrisi DDS, Jennifer Huynh DMD, Michelle Miller DMD, Dr. Cuong Nguyen
Dental Clinic Fees
Most Insurance Accepted
Dental Clinic and Uninsured Patients
Sliding scale with proof of income
Languages offered at the Dental Clinic Other than English
English and Spanish

211 of Southeastern PA

Address:
c/o United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, 1709 Ben Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: 211
Phone: 8669647922

Website: www.211sepa.org
Email: info@211sepa.org

Description:
Provides referrals to over 3500 local health and human service agencies, 24/7, in Spanish and English. Language line available for additional languages. A directory of resources is available on their website. 211 can be called from anywhere in Philadelphia and 898-211 can be texted for responses.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

AA (See Alcoholics Anonymous)


Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No

AACO (AIDS Activities Coordinating Office)

Address:
1101 Market Street, 9th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: 215-685-5600
Phone: 800-985-2437 Hotline
Fax: 215-685-5293

Website: www.phila.gov/health/aaco

Description:
AACO administers federal, state, and city funded HIV/AIDS core treatment and prevention programs in Philadelphia; coordinates HIV/AIDS planning; conducts and publishes epidemiological activities; and conducts HIV/AIDS education and training. AACO's client services hotline specialists answer questions about HIV-related topics, makes referrals to case management and other free services for people living with HIV and those at risk of infection, and records complaints about HIV services.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

AACO Partner Services/Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH)

Address:
500 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Phone: 215-685-6612
Fax: 215-238-6946

Website: http://www.phila.gov/health/aaco/index.html

Description:
Provides free, voluntary, confidential service for individuals living with HIV who want to inform their past or current sexual or needle-sharing partners of their possible exposure to HIV. PDPH also offers free, confidential rapid HIV testing and counseling to partners of people living with HIV.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
Yes.
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
No.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
Yes.
What Population does the Organization Serve?
Partners of HIV+ Individuals

Abbottsford-Falls Family Practice

Address:
4700 Wissahickon Avenue, Building D, Suite 119, Philadelphia, PA 19144
Philadelphia, PA 19144
Phone: 215-843-9720
Phone: Dental phone: 215-843-9720 ext.4 Behavioral Health: 215-843-9720 ext. 3
Fax: Administrative: 215-843-1891 RN: 215-438-1891

Website: www.fpcn.com
Email: webinfo@fpcn.com

Description:
Primary care, behavioral health, and dental care center. HIV testing is available through walk-ins and by appointment. This practice also provides prenatal and gynecological services to patients

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
No.
Is there HIV testing by appointment?
Yes.
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
Yes.
What Population does the Organization Serve?
Low-income
Dental Clinic Info:

Abbottsford Falls Dental Department

Dental Clinic Address:
4700 Wissahickon Avenue, Suite 118, Philadelphia, PA 19144
Dental Clinic Phone: 267-547-3600 ext. 4
Dental Clinic fax: 267-338-2969
Dental Clinic Age and Eligibility Requirments
All ages
How to Make a Dental Clinic Appointment
Call
Dental Clinic Hours
M, W 9-5, Tu 9-5; Th 9-7, F 9-3
Dental Clinicians
Karen Rosenzweig, DMD; Dr. Torrisi, DDS; Dr. Mitchell, DDS; Jennifer Huynh, DMD; Cuoung Nguyen, DMD
Dental Clinic Fees
sliding fee scale uninsured patients.
Dental Clinic and Uninsured Patients
Accepts most Medicaid plans. Call for more information.
Languages offered at the Dental Clinic Other than English
Spanish and Language Line

Abington Health Association

Address:
51 Medical Campus Drive
Lansdale, PA 19446
Phone: 215-855-8296
Fax: 215-855-1305

Website: www.npvna.org

Description:
Provides home health and hospice services to patients living at home and support to their families and caregivers. Adult day care M-F 6a-6p. Children's clinic M, T, W, F: 6a-4:30p and Th: 11a-6p.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

AccessMatters

Address:
1700 Market Street, Suite 1540, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: Main Office: 215-985-2600
Phone: Hotline: 215-985-3300

Website: www.accessmatters.org
Email: info@accessmatters.org#mailto:info@accessmatters.org#

Description:
AccessMatters works to meet the needs of children and their families that are living with HIV and to help prevent the spread of HIV among women, children and adolescents. All services are available to children under the age of 19, their siblings, parents living with HIV, other family members, and foster families. Provides HIV and STI education and screening in the community setting. Also offers 'Straight Up', an HIV prevention program specifically for heterosexual men of color. Services also include: teen pregnancy prevention and education, case management, insurance and benefit enrollment assistance, and school-based health resource centers.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
No.
Is there HIV testing by appointment?
Yes.
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
Yes.

ACHIEVEability

Address:
21 S. 61st Street
Philadelphia, PA 19139
Phone: 215-748-8800
Fax: 215-748-6969

Website: www.achieveability.org
Email: info@achieveability.org

Description:
Community Service Office provides assistance with tax preparation, rental assistance, assistance with utility bills and has a computer lab. Family self sufficiency office is a flagship program which provides assistance to single parents looking for housing with the requirement that parents need to attend school and reach certain goals. Services provided to people in West Philadelphia and Cobbs Creek neighborhoods. ACHIEVEability provides assistance with utility shutoffs, tax preparations, financial aid applications, applying to college, obtaining PA benefits, job searching and rent rebate.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Achievement Through Counseling and Treatment (See ACT One and ACT Two)


Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No

Achieving Independence Center

Address:
1415 North Broad Street Suite 100, Philadelphia, PA 19122
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Description:
The Achieving Independence Center provides a safe space for youth between the ages of 14-20 who have a DHS history and who have been in dependent care (foster care, group home, or kinship care). Youth work with AIC coaches to create a customized service plan that will help them to achieve their goals. This includes completing high school/GED, enrolling in college/vocational school, computer literacy, employment/career planning, housing, and personal development. Call main number for intake.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

ACLAMO Family Centers

Address:
512 West Marshall Street
Norristown, PA 19401
Phone: 610-277-2570
Phone: 610-970-2134 Pottstown Location
Fax: 610-277-6434 

Website: www.aclamo.org
Email: lourdes@aclamo.org

Description:
ACLAMO Family Centers offers Spanish and English case management and referrals to health agencies. They provide on site family literacy, preschool, after school, and summer programming for youth. There is also a site at 515 Walnut St, Pottstown, PA 19164.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

ACRIA (See AIDS Community Research Initiative of America)


ACT One (Achievement Through Counseling and Treatment)

Address:
5820 Old York Road
Philadelphia, PA 19141
Description:
An intensive outpatient methadone maintenance program. Services include: a structured daily treatment program for opiate-dependent individuals with at least a one-year history of opiate abuse; individual, group, and family counseling and education; and peer support services.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
What Population does the Organization Serve?
All

ACT Two (Achievement Through Counseling and Treatment)

Address:
1745 N. 4th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Phone: 215-236-0100
Phone: 215-609-6040 Intake
Fax: 215-236-7601

Website: https://jevshumanservices.org/programs/substance-abuse-treatment/achievement-through-counseling-and-treatment

Description:
ACT TWO is a full-service methadone clinic that offers individual counseling, group and family counseling, and case management services in English and Spanish.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
No.
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
No.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
No.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
No.

ACT UP Philadelphia (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power)

Address:
PO Box 36697, Land Title Station
Philadelphia, PA 19110
Phone: 215-360-3086

Website: www.actupphilly.org
Email: actupphilly@gmail.com

Description:
ACT UP is a diverse, non-partisan group of individuals united in anger and committed to ending the AIDS crisis through non-violent direct action. ACT UP is an an all-volunteer group. All are welcome to join. General meetings on Mondays from 6p-9p at St. Luke's Church, 330 South 13th Street, Philadelphia.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Action Wellness Annex Office

Address:
1026 Arch Street, 1st Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: 267-940-5515
Phone: 267-940-5515 Testing; 215-981-3362 Immediate Seating
Fax: 215-207-0640

Website: actionwellness.org

Description:
The HIV prevention department of Action Wellness that provides HIV raping testing and HIV prevention education and community presentations.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
No
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.
Is there walk-in HIV testing?
Yes, with exceptions.
Is there HIV testing by appointment?
Yes.
Is Rapid HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Oral Swab HIV Testing Available?
Yes.
Is Testing for other STI's Available?
No.
What Population does the Organization Serve?
All

Action Wellness Center City

Address:
1216 Arch St. 6th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: 215-981-0088
Fax: 215-854-0735

Website: https://www.actionwellness.org

Description:
Action Wellness offers advocacy, case management, referrals, volunteer buddies, support groups, consumer feedback groups, mental health counseling, immediate seating, job training/counseling, housing referrals, educational programs, and re-link for the formerly incarcerated. All services are available in French and Spanish languages. Action Wellness also sponsors HIV testing and primary care, however, that is done at its Annex Office.


Action Wellness Main Office

Address:
1216 Arch Street, 6th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: 215-981-0088
Fax: 215-854-0735

Website: www.actionaids.org

Description:
Action Wellness offers advocacy, case management and referral, volunteer buddies, support groups, a consumer feedback group, mental health counseling, Immediate Seating, job training and counseling, housing referral, and educational programs. All services available in French and Spanish. Action Wellness also sponsors HIV testing at its Annex Office.

Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

Action Wellness North / Casa Nueva Vida

Address:
2641 N. 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19133
Phone: 215-291-9700
Fax: 215-291-0626

Website: www.actionaids.org

Description:
Action Wellness North offers all the services of the Action Wellness Main Office. All services available in French and Spanish. Housing facility (Casa Nueva Vida) next door. To access housing, please call an intake counselor at the Action Wellness Main Office.

Are services for those with HIV/AIDS Only?
Yes
Is the organization in the Philadelphia EMA?
Yes.

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