• Services

    We offer integrated, life-affirming services that focus on prevention and helping people living with HIV thrive. All programs and services are expanded upon in the Client Handbook at the bottom of the page.

    HIV, STI, HCV Testing

    Testing Team, 512-928-4686

    Free and confidential HIV, Sexually Transmitted Infection, and Hepatitis C testing services, counseling, and connections to community resources.

    For more info, see page 30 of our Client Handbook below.

    Online Condom Store

    Order here: www.CDNstore.org

    We'll ship right to your door!

    Order condoms for free if you live in any of the following counties: Travis, Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, and Williamson. 
    You may order any or all of the items on this page for free up to 50 total items (you may choose a variety of items as long as the total number is 50 units or less).

    Eligibility & Intake

    Front Desk, 512-458-2437

    Our Eligibility and Intake team complete pre-screenings for services to determine the eligibility of potential clients, as well as, conduct the intake and schedule new clients into services and programs.

    For more info, see page 43 of our Client Handbook below.

    Oral Healthcare

    Patient Services Representative, 512-479-6633

    The Jack Sansing Dental Clinic provides routine and emergency dental care for people living with HIV.

    Location: 711 West 38th, Suite E4, Austin, TX 78705

    Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 Am - 5 PM and Fridays 8 AM - 12 PM

    For more info, see pages 45-46 of our Client Handbook below.

    Case Management

    Front Desk, 512-458-2437

    Case Management provides support to improve a client's overall health and well-being and helps clients become more independent and eventually graduate from services.

    For more info, see pages 36, 37, & 44 of our Client Handbook below.

    Food Bank

    Front Desk, 512-458-2437

    The Helping Hands Food Bank offers healthy and nutritious foods meant to supplement regular grocery shopping and Medical Nutrition Therapy (with a Registered Dietitian) for people living with HIV.

    For more info, see pages 38 & 44 of our Client Handbook below.

    Housing Assistance

    Front Desk, 512-458-2437

    We have housing assistance funds available including short-term and extended options. For more info, see pages 41-42 of our Client Handbook below.

    One-on-One Counseling (CLEAR)

    CLEAR Counselor, 512-406-6415

    We offer free one-on-one structured counseling services to reduce the risk of contracting HIV, offered in a nonjudgmental atmosphere.

    For more info, see page 28 of our Client Handbook below.

    Health Insurance & Medication Assistance

    Health Insurance Specialist, 512-406-6121

    The Health Insurance Assistance Program may be able to help pay for your monthly premium, deductible, or co-pays for medical or dental services or medications.

    For more info, see page 34 of our Client Handbook below.

    Support, Education, & Community Building

    Healthy Relationships, 512-406-6411

    Women Rising Project, 512-406-6150

    The Q Austin, 512-420-8557

    Healthy Relationships is an interactive group for people living with HIV that builds support and connection.

    The Women Rising Project is dedicated to strengthening HIV-positive women through programs and activities that provide HIV education, connection, support, advocacy, and pathways to leadership opportunities.

    The Q Austin is an "Mpowerment project" for gay, bi, questioning, trans, and queer men 18 – 29; The Q Space and social events are open to everyone.

    For more info, see pages 29 & 32-33 of our Client Handbook below.

    Legal Assistance

    Contact: 512-406-6173; caalp@asaustin.com

    Location: 1033 La Posada Dr., Suite 374, Austin, TX 78752

    The Capital Area AIDS Legal Project (CAALP) is a program that provides free legal services to low-income individuals affected by HIV. CAALP cannot guarantee the outcome of client cases. CAALP may provide referrals for immigration and other types of cases.

    For more info, see page 34 of our Client Handbook below.

    Early Intervention Services (EIS)

    Outreach Coordinator, 512-928-4676

    Outreach provides the knowledge and resources for people to get into primary medical care and social support services.

    For more info, see page 31 of our Client Handbook below.

  • Read our most recent Client Handbook for complete descriptions of our services, programs, and policies.

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