RESOURCES FOR PERSONS NEWLY DIAGNOSED WITH HIV
You are taking a very important step just by seeking out this information. We hope that you will take the next step and act on it. We are here to help and support you. You are not alone.
To Enroll In HIV Care Services:
We recommend that persons newly diagnosed with HIV get connected to a case manager who can assist you with finding a HIV doctor and other support services to manage your new diagnosis. All services are free, confidential and provided on a voluntary basis. Eligibility guidelines must be met for some service providers.
Project ARK/Washington University Care Services: Call (314) 565-4354
This confidential line is available for anyone living with HIV in the St. Louis region to obtain resources and best suited for someone who is interested in receiving their medical care at one of the Project ARK/Washington University clinics.
St. Louis Regional Care Services (other health care providers): (314) 356-0200
This confidential line is available for anyone living with HIV in the St. Louis region to obtain resources and best suited for someone who does not yet know where they want to receive their medical care.
For more information about living with HIV check out https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/basics/livingwithhiv/index.html.