Residents of Worcester, Massachusetts living with HIV or AIDS can get help from government and non-profit agencies and programs. HIV/AIDS services in Worcester include case management, peer support, nutrition counseling, mental health services, legal services, and other support services. Benefit programs offer health care, prescription drugs, food and meals, cash assistance, housing, home medical care, and other types of assistance for residents with HIV/AIDS.
Resources for People Living with HIV/AIDS
- IN WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS -
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Many programs and services help Worcester residents living with HIV/AIDS get needed services. HIV/AIDS programs and services include:
- HIV Drug Assistance Program (HDAP)
- HIV Case Management Services
- Nutrition Services
- Acupuncture Treatment
- Peer Support
- Mental Health Services
- Legal Services
- Enhanced Medical Management Services (EMMS)
- Comprehensive Home-Based Medical Care Program
- HIV Dental Program
- HIV/AIDS Housing
- MassCARE for women, children, and families
HIV/AIDS agencies provide information about HIV/AIDS programs, services, education, research, and treatment in Worcester, Massachusetts. HIV/AIDS hotlines help people who need HIV-related information or referrals right away.
Worcester, Massachusetts has many benefit programs to help residents living with HIV/AIDS. Some of these programs are specifically for people with HIV/AIDS. Other programs are not specifically for people with HIV/AIDS, but have special rules or benefits for people with HIV/AIDS.
You can use our web site search tool to find information about programs and services for people with HIV/AIDS.
This section answers "How do I ...?" questions of interest to people living with HIV/AIDS. Questions include "How do I get life insurance • get a health care proxy • make a living will • share my medical information (HIPAA) • get a power of attorney • pay for hospice care • pay for funeral expenses • and others.
HIV prevention and education programs help reduce the number of new HIV infections by using outreach, counseling, awareness, and support programs. Many HIV/AIDS organizations also offer online HIV information.
An HIV test is a way for you to find out if you are infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, usually called HIV. Many testing sites offer free HIV tests. To find an HIV test site near you, call the AIDS Action Hotline at 1-800-235-2331.
Links to other web sites with related information about resources for people living with HIV/AIDS, on MassResources.org.