Services and Assistance
Wellness network designed to help patients, caregivers, supporters and individuals create a personalized wellness plan.
A searchable database of testing facilities across the country, based on zip code.
Provides extensive information about the basics of HIV testing, the tests commonly administered, where to get tested, national policies and more.
Studies new treatments for HIV/AIDS and related diseases, and conducts a comprehensive HIV health literacy program.
The nation's largest provider of HIV/AIDS medical care. It offers cutting-edge medicine and advocacy, regardless of ability to pay.
Tracks current articles on AIDS treatment, and has archives going back to 1986. A feature of www.aids.org.
Most pharmaceutical companies have programs to provide free prescription drugs to people with no insurance, inadequate insurance, or financial difficulties. Eligibility varies for each company, and often a healthcare provider must contact the company. This page provides contact information for the Patient Assistance Programs of the manufacturers of most prescription drugs used to treat HIV/AIDS.
Comprehensive, up-to-date HIV and AIDS treatment publications are available on this site.
This section of The Body lists extensive treatment-related topics, with comprehensive research material on each.
Affiliated with the American Psychiatric Association and offers a host of articles and mental health resources as well as the "Locate a Psychiatrist" tool.
A resource for articles on mental health and wellness topics. It also has a national search tool for locating psychologists.
This site provides information on alcohol and drug misuse, dementias, caregiving, depression and psychiatry in the geriatric community. It also has a national "Find A Geriatric Psychiatrist" tool.
Affiliated with the National Association of Social Workers and has an online library of articles on health, mental health, wellness, family and aging issues. A national social work finder is also provided.
Institute on Aging’s 24-hour toll-free Friendship Line is the only accredited crisis line in the country for people aged 60 years and older, and adults living with disabilities. We also make on-going outreach calls to lonely older adults. Our trained volunteers specialize in offering a caring ear and having a friendly conversation with depressed older adults. Hotline: 800.971.0016.
Provides information on mental health symptoms, clinical trials for psychotropic medications and a national treatment locator.