Ending the HIV epidemic in Dallas County by 2030

Dallas County has a wide range of support to help end HIV. You may not know where to get tested. Being diagnosed can be an emotional time. And most people don’t know how to talk about HIV. But the more we learn, the more we will talk and share knowledge. So, start talking with family or health care providers to find support for emotional, mental, and of course, physical health. Don’t know where to go? Let us help. We’ve assembled the links to resources, aid, and more.

Testing

Ready to know your status? See where you can find Testing.

Treatment

Seeking treatment options? Find Treatment.

Financial Assistance

You can find financial assistance available through AOC and ADAP.

Hotline/Suicide Prevention

Looking for someone to talk to? Reach out to HIV/AIDS Hotline or National Suicide Prevention Hotline.

Social Media

Keep up with resources and updates by following:

Counseling

Seeking mental health support? Get assistance with affordable counseling.

Substance Abuse Recovery

Volunteer

Looking to offer a helping hand through volunteer work? Visit:

Support Groups

If you’re looking for community support, contact MyResourceCenter or NavigateLifeTexas.

Reading

Looking for more information about HIV? Find great sources in our News section.