Local HIV Resources

HIV & HIV-RELATED TREATMENT

University of Cincinnati Infectious Disease Center (IDC) at Holmes Hospital
Founded in 1986, the IDC is the only provider dedicated to HIV/AIDS care in the region. The IDC provides on-going primary care for approximately 1700 patients and consultative care for 400 patients and hosts an AIDS Clinical Trials Unit.

Address: 234 Goodman Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Phone: 513-584-6977
Website: http://idc.uc.edu

Cincinnati Health Network, Inc.
The Cincinnati HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program (CHCCP) is an existing network of community health providers serving a large primary care patient base of over 2000 patients. The Community HIV Comprehensive Care Program provides a continuum of outpatient HIV early intervention, quality primary medical/mental health care and supportive services to medically underserved people of this tri-state area.

Address: 2825 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45219
Phone: 513-961-0600
Website: www.cintihealthnetwork.org

SUPPORT GROUPS FOR THOSE LIVING WITH HIV

Caracole Support Group: Open to all individuals living with HIV, this is a free support group run by Caracole medical case managers that meets twice per month. One meeting takes place in the afternoon and the other meeting takes place in the evening. For more information, please contact Megan at mgreen@caracole.org

Upcoming Meeting Dates

March 14th 7-8 PM: Group Discussion

March 28th 1-2PM: Presentation on Disclosure of Status

April 11th 7-8PM: Presentation on Health/Diet by Dr. Chris Boiling

April 25th 1-2PM: Group Discussion

May 9th 7-8PM: Presentation on Medication/Lifestyle by Voncile Williams

May 23rd 1-PM: Group Discussion

Sister 2 Sister: Open to all women living with HIV, this is a free support group that meets on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month from 1-2:30pm. For more information or to RSVP, please contact Rose at 513-628- 5232 or Dana at 513-417- 1784.

Pozitive Soulz: Initially open to all African American men living with HIV, this is now a free support group open to ALL that is run by the Early Prevention and Intervention Project (EPIP) and meets twice a month.  For more information, please contact Jerry at 513. 616.8757.

Latino Support Group (Grupo Hispano de Ayuda): Open to all individuals living with HIV, this free support group is conducted in Spanish and meets once a month. For more information, please contact Marco at 513.559.2938 or Katie at 513.619.1490.

CASE MANAGEMENT & SERVICES FOR THOSE LIVING WITH HIV

OHIO

Caracole, Inc.
Housing and supportive services for individuals and families living with HIV in these Southwest Ohio counties: Adams, Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Highland, & Warren.  Please visit our PROGRAMS page for more information.

Address: 4138 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223
Phone: 513-761-1480
Website: www.caracole.org

NORTHERN KENTUCKY

Northern Kentucky Health Department
HIV/AIDS case management services provide support, stabilization and referrals to community resources for persons living with HIV/AIDS and members of their households. Services are available to those living in the counties of Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Grant, Gallatin, Kenton, Owen and Pendleton. Services include: Short-term crisis counseling, housing and utility assistance, assistance with drugs and medicine, dental care, health insurance, transportation, nutritional guidance, links to support groups and volunteers, assistance in obtaining a medical doctor, and referrals for specialized counseling, food, housing and other community services.

Address: 2388 Grandview Drive, Fort Mitchell, KY 41017
Phone: 859-341-4264
Website: www.nkyhealth.org

SOUTHEAST INDIANA

Aspire Indiana
HIV care coordination for those living with HIV/AIDS in Dearborn, Ripley, and Ohio Counties.
Phone: 765-962-8742
Website: www.aspireindiana.org

Clark County Health Department

HIV care coordination for those living with HIV/AIDS in Switzerland County.
Phone: 812-288-2706
Website: www.clarkhealth.net