|AIDS Law Project - Debt Management Program||Assists individuals with HIV/AIDS understand their rights and responsibilities with creditors and provides advice on ways to reduce or eliminate debt. Seminars are held monthly.||Philadelphia||AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia; Center City||AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania|
|AIDS Law Project - Family Program||Provides free legal services for parents living with HIV/AIDS who need help planning for their children's future care and custody. Training and publications on the Pennsylvania's Standby Guardianship Act are available for attorneys, case managers, and people living with HIV/AIDS.||Philadelphia||AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia; Center City||AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania|
|AIDS Law Project - Fleeing Felon Project||Assists individuals who have bench warrants and violations of probation and parole with legal matters. Also, assists clients to apply for public benefits.||Philadelphia||AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia; Center City||AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania|
|AIDS Law Project - Housing Advocacy Project||Provides free legal services for people with HIV/AIDS who are facing eviction or experiencing difficulty maintaining secure, affordable housing. Training and materials on the housing rights of people living with HIV/AIDS are available for social service and medicaid providers.||Philadelphia||AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia; Center City||AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania|
|AIDS Law Project - Legal Services||Provides information on AIDS and legal issues.||Philadelphia||AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia; Center City||AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania|
|AIDS Resource Alliance - Education / Prevention Program - AIDS / HIV Education - Williamsport Office||Classes cover the basics of HIV, modes of transmission, ways to protect yourself, etc.||Lycoming||AIDS Resource Alliance - Education / Prevention Program||AIDS Resource Alliance|
|Center for Community Resources - HIV+ Support Group||Monthly support group for individuals who are HIV positive and their families. Support group goal is for people to come together to share a meal, to learn what is available to them in the community, and to receive peer support. CCR may be able to link those who are HIV positive with financial assistance to help avoid emergency situations.
||Butler||Community Education and Outreach||Center for Community Resources|
|Co-County Wellness Services - Case Management||Client-centered services, referrals and support for individuals that are HIV positive.||Berks||Co-County Wellness Services (BAN)||Co-County Wellness Services|
|Community Care Management||Provides medical case management, mileage reimbursement, emergency assistance, dental assistance, risk reduction, and HIV support groups for people living with HIV/AIDS and meet qualifications.||Cambria||Community Care Management Rural AIDS Program||Community Care Management|
|Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital Family Medical Center Community Care Management||Medical treatment and case management to those who are HIV positive, whether you have insurance or not. HIV testing.||Cambria||Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital Family Medical Center||Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital|
|HIV Health Infoline||Since 1985, the HIV Health Infoline has provided HIV treatment and care information, free of charge, to people living with HIV, their providers and support networks. Staffed by highly trainied volunteers, the Infoline has the personal experiences and outside connections to answer questions about living healthfully with HIV.||Dauphin||## Project Inform||Project Inform |
|Open Door||Provides supportive housing and related services to improve the health of homeless people living with HIV. Provides representative payee services to individuals who experience housing instability but may not need the additional supports of the housing program.||Allegheny||Open Door||Open Door|
|REACCH Program for Women and Children||Medical care, treatment, education, pyschosocial support for HIV-positive pregnant women and HIV-exposed children.||Dauphin||PinnacleHealth Medical Services' REACCH Program||PinnacleHealth |
|Schuylkill Wellness Services - Case Management||Client-centered services, referrals and support for individuals that are HIV positive.||Schuylkill||Schuylkill Wellness Services||Co-County Wellness Services|
|Sharing Our Caring||Sharing Our Caring is a free dinner program for those with HIV/AIDS and their family.
On the second Monday of each month a free dinner is served to all attendees at 6:30pm.
Each attendee or family unit is also given a bag of non-perishable food items from our "Spirit" food pantry.||Dauphin||Metropolitan Community Church of the Spirit||Metropolitan Community Church of the Spirit |
|Wyoming Valley Aids Council||We offer support to people living with HIV/AIDS and their families, to promote family stability in coping with the unique challenges of living with HIV/AIDS, to educate the community and prevent the transmission of HIV, and to reduce the stigma associated with HIV and AIDS.
We provide the following services:
Confidential, client-centered case management
health insurance support
financial assistance for: Housing, doctor visits, utilities, dental care, and etc. We also provide secondary prevention education||Luzerne||Wyoming Valley Aids Council||Xceed America|