Aids And Hiv Information And Referral Services in Seattle Washington

AIDS Resources (Seattle Crisis Resource Directory)

Support services for persons living with HIV/AIDS. Includes information, transportation, referrals, visits, meal and chores help, and case management services for PWAs. Verified 1/03. Northwest Family Center 206-731-3066 325 Ninth Ave., Box 359726, Seattle 98104 Health services and case management for women and children affected by HIV. More

Who Does What? (HIV resources) - King County, Washington

Washington State HIV/AIDS Hotline HIV information/referral in WA State. 800-376-9316; Washington State Human Rights Commission 800-233-3247 Investigation of HIV/AIDS discrimination complaints and referrals. Whatcom County Health Department 360-778-6100 Testing, needle exchange and referrals. More

HIV/AIDS Care - Case Management :: Washington State ...

HIV Community Services Provider Manual - April 2017 (PDF) Overview of Washington’s HIV Community Services programs. Includes what is expected of providers receiving DOH funding for serving persons living with HIV or persons at high risk regarding standards of care, minimum requirements around policy, process, and reporting. More

HIV/STD program - King County, Washington

This website contains HIV prevention messages that may not be appropriate for all audiences. Because HIV infection is spread primarily through sexual practices or by sharing needles, prevention messages and programs may address these topics. If you are not seeking such information or may be offended by such materials, please exit this website. More

aidshiveducationalreferralsupportservices in Seattle, WA

aids hiv educational referral & support services AIDS Information & Testing Categories: Pathologists, Std Testing, Hospitals Central Business District clinic clinics medical Doctors & Other Healthcare Professionals Downtown gonorrhea testing hepatitis b test herpes testing hiv clinic hiv testing laboratory & diagnostic testing Medical Services ... More

HOPWA :: Washington State Department of Health

Services provided based on each eligible household’s needs to support housing stability and improve their access to healthcare and supportive services. The Washington State Department of Health HOPWA Program is responsible for dispersing funds to local government and nonprofit organizations throughout the State. More

Summary of Washington State HIV/AIDS Reporting ...

1982 First AIDS case reported in King County by name.Washington made AIDS reportable by emergency rule in 1984. 1987 Washington required reporting of symptomatic HIV (B1/B2) cases by name. 1999 Name-to-code reporting system implemented September 1 for asymptomatic HIV infection.Names are removed within 90 days. Approximately 5,800 AIDS cases have already been reported by name. More

HIV/AIDS Care Homepage :: Washington State Department of ...

The Washington State Department of Health announces our Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Drug Assistance Program (PrEP DAP). HIV-negative people at very high risk for HIV infection can take a daily pill (TRUVADA®) to reduce their risk of becoming infected. The Early Intervention Program can help pay for this medication whether you have insurance or not. More

HIV Homepage :: Washington State Department of Health

AIDS is syndrome because it is an illness with a wide range of complications and symptoms. AIDS refers to the most advanced stages of an HIV infection. It is a complex condition caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which damages the immune system and affects the body's ability to fight infection and disease. More