Resources


Online Resources

AIDSinfo

The Body

HIV Resource Guide – Minnesota AIDS Project

Minnesota Unemployed


AIDS Service Organizations

African American AIDS Task Force

The mission of the African American AIDS Task Force is to provide culturally specific prevention, education and services to people of African descent who are living with or at risk of HIV/AIDS.

The Aliveness Project

The mission of The Aliveness Project is to encourage self-empowerment and provide direct services for persons living with HIV/AIDS.

Clare Housing

The long-term goal of Clare Housing is to develop a continuum of care that will meet the housing and service needs of people living with HIV/AIDS today and in the future.

Hope House of St. Croix Valley

Hope House of St. Croix Valley provides a non-judgmental home with compassionate care, respecting the dignity of people living with HIV/AIDS.

Minnesota AIDS Project

The Minnesota AIDS Project envisions a world free of AIDS. Our mission is to lead Minnesota’s fight to stop HIV through advocacy, education and service.

One Heartland

One Heartland is a national non-profit organization committed to greatly improving the lives of children, youth and their families impacted by HIV/AIDS and other significant life challenges worldwide.

Park House

Park House exists to enhance the quality of life, maximize human dignity, promote the independence, and minimize hospitalization and institutionalization of persons living with HIV/AIDS.

Minnkota Health Project
The Minnkota Health Project provides services for people living with HIV/AIDS, their partners and families in western Minnesota and east-central North Dakota.

Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic HIV Clinic and Social Services provides medical care for people living with HIV. Case management services available for people in southeastern and south central Minnesota.


Financial Assistance

Every Penny Counts Emergency Assistance (EPCEA)
EPCEA is managed by the Minnesota AIDS Project and offers limited emergency financial aid to individuals and families living with HIV. EPCEA helps to pay utility bills, rent, medical costs, etc.

Program HH
Program HH is managed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services and provides access to HIV medications, insurance benefits, dental services, mental health services and nutrition services for HIV-positive persons who meet program eligibility guidelines.


Education and Networking Resources

Women and Families Network