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    DSHS HIV/STD Program

    Post Office Box 149347, MC 1873
    Austin, Texas 78714

    Phone: (512) 533-3000

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DALLAS (Region 3 - Dallas County)

Other services in Dallas County: Garland, Grand Prairie, Irving, Mesquite

Abounding Prosperity, Inc.Updated March 2013
1816 Peabody Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75215
Tel: (214) 421-4800

Web: www.aboundingprosperity.org [Abounding Prosperity]
Counties Served: Dallas
Area of City: Central
Clientele: Black MSM
Confidential HIV testing, risk reduction counseling, other counseling (CRCS), HIV prevention education, street outreach, educational materials, condom distribution, evidence-based interventions for high-risk negatives, linkage to care and prevention for positives.

AIDS ArmsUpdated 9/11
351 West Jefferson Boulevard, Suite 300
Dallas, Texas 75208
Tel: (214) 521-5191
TTY: (214) 231-0151
Fax: (214) 528-5879

Web: www.aidsarms.org [AIDS Arms]
Counties Served: Dallas and surrounding counties
Area of City: Central
Clientele: HIV-positive
Provides comprehensive HIV testing and prevention, intake services, outpatient medical care and treatment assistance, and a wide range of case management and advocacy programs to increase at-risk and HIV-positive individuals’ access to medical care, treatment and support services. Specialized case management programs include those for the GLBT community, Hispanics, African Americans, women, youth and families; those with criminal justice histories, and those dually diagnosed with substance abuse and mental illness. All AIDS Arms programs work closely with community organizations throughout North Texas to provide the best possible access to care, education and support for HIV-infected individuals and their families, partners and caregivers. Provides linkage with medical care, treatment assistance, dental services, housing, transportation, food and meal delivery, counseling, substance abuse treatment, disability and financial assistance, government benefits, financial and legal planning, education and risk reduction, volunteer programs, and caregiver support. All case management programs are free and available at four locations in Oak Cliff, Oak Lawn, South Dallas, and Central Dallas. Home visits are available for those unable to drive. Community prevention services and education available at no charge to groups and individuals. Spanish, French, American Sign Language and African dialect interpreters are available at all locations.

AIDS Arms Peabody Health CenterUpdated 9/11
1906 Peabody Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75215-2821
Tel: (214) 421-7848
TTY: (214) 231-0151
Fax: (214) 421-1119

Web: www.aidsarms.org [AIDS Arms]
Provides comprehensive outpatient medical care for HIV-positive individuals with complete programming to support patients and those at risk for infection. In addition to medical care, the Center provides free and confidential HIV testing and counseling, prevention and risk reduction, ophthalmology and psychiatric services; and a treatment assistance program that supports individuals struggling to pay for medications. The clinic offers complete medical care for women, including well woman exams and family planning. All AIDS Arms prevention, testing, intake and case management programs are available free of charge. Sliding Scale fee is available for medical care for those living above financial eligibility guidelines. Medicaid and Medicare insurance accepted. Located one block east of IH 45 and Martin Luther, King, Jr. Boulevard, behind the Forest Theater. Early evening appointments available on first and third Mondays. Spanish Speaking staff available.

AIDS Interfaith NetworkUpdated 9/11
501 North Stemmons Freeway, Suite 200
Dallas, Texas 75207-4340
Tel: (214) 943-4444
Fax: (214) 941-7739

Web: www.aidsinterfaithnetwork.org [AIN]
Counties Served: Dallas and surrounding counties
Area of City: Central
Offers services for persons with HIV/AIDS and HIV prevention programs in both English and Spanish. Care services include transportation (van service and DART bus passes), hot meals (breakfast and lunch), adult day center (Daire Center), casework, volunteer programs, and pastoral support services. Provides outreach, HIV prevention education, and prevention case management, as well as Spanish language interpretation and translation for clients and other HIV/AIDS service organizations. Targeted outreach initiatives include Manos Unidas and the African American Health Coalition.

AIDS Interfaith Network - African American Health CoalitionUpdated 9/11
501 North Stemmons Freeway, Suite 200
Dallas, Texas 75207-4340
Tel: (214) 941-7696
Fax: (214) 941-7739

Web: www.aidsinterfaithnetwork.org [AIN]
Counties Served: Dallas and surrounding counties
Area of City: Central
Performs outreach to the African American community. Gives access information to help African Americans reach and receive services. Provides casework, advocacy, HIV prevention education, and linkage to prevention case management. Purpose is to assist HIV-positive African Americans who need to enroll in services and to help stop the spread of HIV/ADIS in the African American population.

AIDS Interfaith Network - Manos UnidasUpdated 9/11
501 North Stemmons Freeway, Suite 200
Dallas, Texas 75207-4340
Tel: (214) 941-7696
Fax: (214) 941-7739

Web: www.aidsinterfaithnetwork.org [AIN]
Counties Served: Dallas and surrounding counties
Area of City: Central
Performs outreach to the Hispanic community. Gives access information to help Hispanics reach and receive services. Provides casework, advocacy, HIV prevention education, and linkage to prevention case management. Purpose is to help HIV-positive Hispanics who need to enroll in services and to help stop the spread of HIV in the Hispanic population. Also provides Spanish language interpretation and written translations for individuals and HIV/AIDS organizations.

AIDS Services of DallasUpdated 9/11
Mailing: Post Office Box 4338 (75208-0338)
Physical: 400 South Zang Boulevard, Suite 610, LB-21
Dallas, Texas 75208
Tel: (214) 941-0523
Toll Free: (800) 710-7554
Fax: (214) 941-8144

Web: www.aidsdallas.org [ASD]
Counties Served: Dallas and surrounding counties
Area of City: Central
Clientele: Individuals and families living with HIV
Provides licensed, low cost, medically supportive housing that includes case management, food services, transportation and medical case management to people living with HIV/AIDS and/or their families. Four facilities offer varying levels of care, including hospice. Services provided on a sliding scale. Services are provided regardless of client’s ability to pay.

ARCH Center of Children's Medical Center - ARMS ClinicUpdated 9/11
1935 Medical District Drive
Dallas, Texas 75235
Tel: (214) 456-6500
Fax: (214) 246-5702

Web: www.childrens.com [Children's Medical Center]
A program of clinical care for children who are HIV-infected or HIV-exposed. ARMS staff also provides community education and emphasizes prevention efforts. ARMS is the only clinic in North Texas exclusively dedicated to providing primary care to children exposed to and infected with HIV, and is closely linked with the Dallas Family Access Network (Dallas FAN). This relationship allows Children’s to provide comprehensive family-centered, cost-effective care.

Bryan's HouseUpdated 9/11
Post Office Box 35868
Dallas, Texas 75235-0868
Tel: (214) 559-3946
Fax: (214) 559-2827

Web: www.bryanshouse.org [Bryan's House]
Counties Served: Dallas and surrounding counties
Area of city: Central
Provides daytime and Saturday care to children and adolescents, newborn to 18 years old, who are HIV-positive or living with HIV-positive parents. Other services for families with children include support groups, mental health services on site, social and educational activities, goods distribution, limited emergency financial assistance, child care, management for speical needs children, play therapy for children on site. Spanish speaking staff available.

Cathedral of HopeUpdated 9/11
Mailing: Post Office Box 35466
Physical: 5910 Cedar Springs Road
Dallas, Texas 75235
Tel: (214) 351-1901
Toll-Free: (800) 501-4673 (HOPE)
Fax: (214) 351-6099

Web: www.cathedralofhope.com [Cathedral of Hope]
When funds are available, the Cathedral of Hope may be able to assist with rent, medications, and utilities. HIV testing is available in partnership with UT Southwestern.

CitySquareUpdated 9/11
511 North Akard Street, Suite 302
Dallas, Texas 75201
Tel: (214) 823-8710
Fax: (214) 824-5355

Web: www.citysquare.org [CitySquare]
Food pantry, photo ID required. Spanish speaking staff available.

Community Dental Care - Amelia Court Dental CenterUpdated 9/11
1936 Amelia Court
Dallas, Texas 75235
Tel: (214) 590-5518
Fax: (214) 630-7085

Dental care for HIV-positive patients for preventive, restorative, and limited specialty services.

Community Hospice of TexasUpdated 9/11
1341 West Mockingbird Lane, Suite 210 East
Dallas, Texas 75247-6913
Tel: (214) 920-8450
Toll-Free: (800) 275-9393
Fax: (214) 920-8496
Web: www.chot.org [CHOT]
Provides terminally ill patients and their families’ physical, psychosocial, and spiritual support.

Dallas County Health and Human Services - Early Intervention ClinicUpdated 9/11
2377 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75207-2710
Tel: (214) 819-2800
Fax: (214) 819-1981

Web: www.dallascounty.org/hhs/ [Dallas County]
Clientele: HIV-positive
Offers services for individuals who are newly diagnosed with HIV. Emphasis is placed on learning about the diagnosis and discovering options for taking the next step toward better health. Additional services include medical exam, STD and TB screening, laboratory testing, counseling, vaccination and medical referrals. Parolees must have release papers with address in Dallas County. Spanish speaking staff available.

Dallas County Health and Human Services - HIV Testing and CounselingUpdated 9/11
2377 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75207-2710
Tel: (214) 819-1980
Fax: (214) 819-1981
Web: www.dallascounty.org/hhs/ [Dallas County]
Clientele: General public
Confidential HIV testing by appointment or walk-in. Cost is $15.00 or sliding scale. Rapid HIV test available for $20.00 with results given in less than one hour. Spanish speaking staff available.

Dallas County Health and Human Services - Housing Program (HOPWA)Updated 9/11
2377 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75207-2710
Tel: (214) 819-1936
Fax: (214) 819-6023
Web: www.dallascounty.org/hhs/ [Dallas County]
Clientele: HIV-positive
Provides short-term emergency rental assistance and long-term housing assistance for HIV-positive individuals.

Dallas County Health and Human Services - STD ClinicUpdated 9/11
2377 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75207-2710
Tel: (214) 819-1819
Fax: (214) 819-2825
Web: www.dallascounty.org [Dallas County]
Clientele: General public
Offers testing for most sexually transmitted diseases. Call for an appointment. Spanish speaking staff available.

Dallas County Health and Human Services - WIC ProgramUpdated 9/11
2377 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75207-2710
Tel: (214) 670-7220
Web: www.dallascounty.org [Dallas County]
Clientele: Women, infants, and children up to age five
WIC provides supplemental foods (Milk, Cheese, Cereal, Juice, Eggs, Beans, Peanut Butter, Infant Cereal and Infant Formula); breast feeding promotion and support; and heath care referrals.

Dallas County Health and Human Services - TB ClinicUpdated 9/11
2377 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75207-2710
Tel: (214) 819-2071
Fax: (214) 819-2805
Web: www.dallascounty.org [Dallas County]
Clientele: General public
Low-cost tuberculin skin testing ($25.00) and comprehensive TB testing and evaluation ($60.00). The clinic also offers the Quantiferon Gold blood test ($50.00). Call for an appointment. Spanish speaking staff available.

Dallas County Health and Human Services - Welfare DepartmentUpdated 9/11
2377 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75207-2710
Tel: (214) 819-1800
Fax: (214) 819-1822
Web: www.dallascounty.org [Dallas County]
Clientele: General public
Assistance for individuals/families who have a physical and/or mental disorder which prevents them from being employed. Assistance includes food, utilities, shelter and transportation.

Dallas Life FoundationUpdated 9/11
Mailing: Post Office Box 130116 (75221)
Physical: 1100 Cadiz Street
Dallas, Texas 75215-1064
Tel: (214) 421-1380
Fax: (214) 426-5114

Web: www.dallaslife.org [Dallas Life Foundation]
Provides food, shelter, clothing and counseling to all persons in need regardless of race, color, creed, sex or age. The foundation provides the opportunity for physical rehabilitation and spiritual regeneration with the goal of returning the persons assisted to productive roles in society. The motivation for its ministry is the love of God and the teaching and example of Jesus Christ. Spanish speaking staff available.

Deaf Action CenterUpdated 9/11
3115 Crestview Drive
Dallas, Texas 75235-8543
Tel: (214) 521-0407
TTY: (214) 521-0407
Fax: (214) 521-3658

Web: www.deafactioncentertexas.org [Deaf Action Center]
Provides a variety of programs that strive to eliminate barriers to persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. Current programs include community education, hard of hearing technology center, advocacy, literacy, and a senior citizen center that provides a daily hot nutritious noon meal.

DOT’s ClosetUpdated 9/11
5810 Live Oak Street
Dallas, Texas 75214-4334
Tel: (214) 826-4099
Fax: (214) 826-4408
Disciples of the Holy Trinity has a clothing and housewares resale shop available for clients. Picture ID is required each time the client shops. First time users also need a letter of diagnosis reflecting recent CD4 count and a referral from a case manager. Shopping is not available during the month of January.

The Family PlaceUpdated 9/11
Post Office Box 7999
Dallas, Texas 75209-0999
Tel: (214) 559-2170
Fax: (214) 443-7797

Web: www.familyplace.org [The Family Place]
Provides family violence services to adult victims and their children and perpetrators of family violence. Services include 24-hour emergency shelter and hotline (214-941-1991). Outreach counseling for victims and their children at several locations (214-559-2170). Outreach counseling for survivors of incest (214-443-7701). Counseling for abusers (214-692-8295). Supervised visitation and exchange at FLP Family Center (214-956-0100). All services are free except visitation and exchange which is based on a sliding fee scale and counseling for abusive partners. Evening and Saturday groups available at most locations. Spanish speaking staff available.

Genesis Women’s Shelter for Domestic ViolenceUpdated 9/11
Drawer G
Dallas, Texas 75208-0030
Tel: (214) 942-2998
Fax: (214) 943-9269
Web: www.genesisshelter.org [Genesis]
A shelter for battered women and their children, providing emergency shelter, in-house food and clothing, information referral; individual, group, family, and children’s counseling services; aftercare, and ex-residents programs. Annie’s House provides transitional housing, and Genesis Outreach Center offers counseling for non-shelter clients. Spanish speaking staff available.

Greater Dallas Council on Alcohol and Drug AbuseUpdated 9/11
1349 Empire Central Drive, Suite 800
Dallas, Texas 75247
Tel: (214) 522-8600
Toll Free: (800) 246-HOPE (4673)
Fax: (214) 521-7253

Counties Served: Dallas, Collin, Denton
Clientele: General public
The Greater Dallas Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse recognizes the need to address the issues of substance abuse as it affects individuals with HIV and those at risk for contracting HIV. The HEI program provides assessment and intensive case management to the indigent population facing the unique set of challenges of living with HIV and battling substance abuse. Services may include: dental care, optical care, pharmacy services, family therapy, mental health counseling, referrals, interpretation (ASL and bilingual), and transportation assistance. Services also include free HIV testing and education at various sites in Collin, Dallas, and Denton counties. Spanish speaking staff available.

Home Health Services - DallasUpdated 9/11
5801 Marvin D. Love Freeway, Suite 200
Dallas, Texas 75237-2317
Tel: (214) 467-9492
Toll Free: (800) 687-4473
Fax: (214) 467-1995
 or
Web: www.hhsd.org [HHSD]
Provider of a full range of clinical home health care disciplines including: skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, home health aides and medical social workers. Spanish speaking staff available.

Homeward BoundUpdated 9/11
233 West 10th Street
Dallas, Texas 75208-4524
Tel: (214) 941-3500
Fax: (214) 941-3517
 or
Web: www.homewardboundinc.org [Homeward Bound]
Inpatient residential program serving men and women with substance abuse issues who are also HIV-positive. The program provides medical and substance abuse treatment, case management, nutritional services, individual and group counseling, and auricular and full body acupuncture as well as inside and outside AA/NA support groups. Residents voluntarily commit to a 60 day treatment program to promote new life skills and effective ways to manage HIV and their addiction. The program employs a nurse, licensed counselors, direct service technicians, 24 hour trained staff, and access to medical facilities. Homeward Bound also has Medical Detoxification and Outpatient programming for all clients. Spanish speaking staff available.

Legacy Counseling CenterUpdated 9/11
4024 McKinney Avenue, Suite 102
Dallas, Texas 75204-2050
Tel: (214) 520-6308 ext. 1
24-Hour Crisis Hotline: (214) 207-3953
Fax: (214) 521-9172

Web: www.legacycounseling.org [Legacy Counseling]
Counties Served: Dallas and surrounding area
Clientele: HIV-positive
Offers individual, couple and group mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment and after care, and various therapy/support groups including general HIV/AIDS therapy, HIV-positive Women, Spanish speaking only, and substance abuse. Therapists can be provided off-site to serve emergency and long-term counseling clients.

Legacy Founders CottageUpdated 9/11
828 South Tyler Street
Dallas, Texas 75208-6251
Tel: (214) 941-7373
Fax: (214) 941-9393

Web: www.legacycounseling.org [Legacy Counseling]
Licensed special care housing facility providing 24-hour care, comfort and services to critically ill people living with AIDS. Services include 24-hour care giving, meals, housekeeping, companionship, counseling and emotional support, case management, and medical support. Ideal for patients who cannot care for themselves at home.

Legal Hospice of TexasUpdated 9/11
3626 North Hall Street, Suite 820
Dallas, Texas 75219-5133
Tel: (214) 521-6622
Fax: (214) 521-3310

Web: www.legalhospice.org [Legal Hospice of Texas]
Counties served: Collin, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Fannin, Grayson, Henderson, Hood, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Navarro, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant
Provides free legal counsel and representation in the areas of Estate Planning (wills, financial, medical power of attorney, living wills, guardianship declaration), Insurance (health, life, credit, disability, COBRA), Employment (benefits, discrimination, ADA, FMLA, return to work and disability issues), Credit (debt counseling, creditor harassment), Public Benefits (Social Security counseling and appeals), and Housing (discrimination, eviction). No criminal cases. (Legal advice is NOT provided by email.)

Lion HospiceUpdated 9/11
5401 North Central Expressway, Suite 222
Dallas, Texas 75205
Tel: (214) 261-0140
Toll Free: (877) 233-4957
Fax: Fax (214)261-0141
Web: www.lionhospice.com [Lion Hospice]
Offers comfort care to all terminally ill patients and support to those patients and their families without regard for diagnosis, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, race, creed, disability, age, place of residence, or ability to pay.

Mosaic Family ServicesUpdated 9/11
4144 North Central Expressway, Suite 530
Dallas, Texas 75204
Tel: (214) 821-5393
Fax: (214) 821-0810

Web: www.mosaicservices.org [Mosaic Family Services]
Clientele: General public
- HIV Outreach Prevention employs multicultural counselors to perform outreach activities to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS by disseminating information, providing HIV/STD education, counseling, testing and referrals, promoting risk reduction techniques and prevention methods.
- HIV Early Intervention employs licensed chemical dependency counselors (LCDC) or counselor interns (CI) to provide case management to persons at risk for HIV infection as a result of practicing a substance abuse lifestyle, infected persons identified as having a problem with substance abuse, and significant others and/or family members of the above.
- HIV Education for Youth provides education on HIV/AIDS to at-risk youth ages 13-17.
- Multicultural youth substance abuse program.
- Domestic violence program.

NAMES Project DallasUpdated 9/11
Mailing: Post Office Box 190869 (75219)
Physical: 9353 Garland Road
Dallas, Texas 75218
Tel: (214) 328-7773
Fax: (214) 553-8129

Counties Served: Dallas and the Northeast Texas area
Area of City: Northwest
Clientele: General public
HIV prevention education, brochures, videos, posters. The AIDS memorial quilt is displayed as a memorial to those who have died, and it is also used as an education tool for the living.

Parkland Health and Hospital System - HIV ClinicUpdated 9/11
1936 Amelia Court
Dallas, Texas 75235-7711
Tel: (214) 590-5632
TTY: (214) 590-8948
Fax: (214) 590-2832

Located at the corner of Harry Hines and Motor Street. Offers medical services to HIV-positive patients: HIV primary health care, clinical drug trials, infusion therapy, gynecology, psychiatry, physical medicine and rehabilitation, nutritional counseling, chaplain, medical case management, comprehensive case management, prevention case management, etc. Onsite support services include Financial Counseling, Pharmacy, Laboratory and Radiology. All foreign languages accommodated by interpreters or through Tele-Interpreting Services Language Line.

Parkland Health and Hospital System - Bluitt Flowers Health Center (COPC)Updated 9/11
303 East Overton Road
Dallas, Texas 75216-5946
Tel: (214) 590-4255
Provides medical care and services to HIV patients, case management, HIV testing, nutritional services, optometry, podiatry, MHMR. Support services such as Financial Counseling, Pharmacy, Laboratory and Radiology are part of this community health center. All foreign languages accommodated by interpreters or through Tele Interpreting Services Language Line.

Parkland Health and Hospital System - DeHaro Saldivar Health Center (COPC)Updated 9/11
1400 North Westmoreland Road
Dallas, Texas 75211-1656
Tel: (214) 266-0500
Adolescent Medicine Module provides primary health care and services for HIV-positive youth (13-24). Provides HIV testing and case management. Family planning, MHMR, and social work. Support services such as Financial Counseling, Pharmacy, Laboratory and Radiology are part of this community based health center. All foreign languages accommodated by interpreters or through Tele-Interpreting Services Language Line.

Parkland Health and Hospital System - Southeast Dallas Health Center (COPC)Updated 9/11
9202 Elam Road
Dallas, Texas 75217-4151
Tel: (214) 266-1600
Fax: (214) 266-1719
Provides medical care and services to HIV/AIDS patients. Provides HIV testing, nutritional counseling, case management and prevention case management services. WIC, TB screening, epilepsy, and pediatrics. All foreign languages accommodated by interpreters or through Tele-Interpreting Services Language Line.

Parkland Health and Hospital System - Southeast Dallas Health Center/ Women’s Specialty Center (COPC)Updated 9/11
9202 Elam Road
Dallas, Texas 75217-4151
Tel: (214) 266-1500
Fax: (214) 266-1505
The Women’s Specialty Center located at the Southeast Dallas Health Center provides medical and support services to HIV infected women. Comprehensive Primary Care services including pap smears and subclinical STD screenings as well as reproductive counseling. There is on site Medical, Comprehensive and Prevention Case management. Support services such as Financial Counseling, Pharmacy, Laboratory and Radiology including mammography are part of this community based health center.

Parkland Health and Hospital System - Prevention Case Management ProgramUpdated 9/11
4811 Harry Hines Boulevard, Support Building C
Dallas, Texas 75235-7716
Tel: (214) 590-1652
Fax: (214) 590-2184
Prevention Case Management provides multi session, intensive counseling to promote behavioral change to reduce risk of HIV acquisition, transmission, or re infection to those who are HIV-positive, HIV or those whose status is unknown. Prevention Case Management is a client centered HIV prevention activity with the fundamental goal of promoting the adoption and maintenance of HIV risk reduction behaviors by clients with multiple, complex problems and risk reduction needs.

Planned Parenthood of North TexasUpdated 9/11
7424 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75231-4534
Tel: (214) 363-2004
Toll Free: (800) 230-7526
Fax: (214) 696-2091

Web: www.ppnt.org [PP North Texas]
Counties Served: Dallas, Tarrant, and surrounding counties
Clinics throughout the North Texas area. Hours, services and phone numbers vary. All offer HIV and STD testing as well as Individual Comprehensive Risk Counseling and Services for HIV risk reduction. Spanish speaking staff available.

The Potter's House Samaritan MinistryUpdated 9/11
6777 West Kiest Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75236
Tel: (214) 331-0954
Fax: (214) 333-4833
Counties Served: Dallas, Tarrant
Area of City: South
Clientele: General public
Individual ongoing counseling (not prevention counseling), health education/risk reduction, HIV prevention street outreach, support groups, volunteer services, buddy program, home visits/home health care, brochures.

Resource Center of DallasUpdated 9/11
Mailing: Post Office Box 190869
Physical: 2701 Reagan Street
Dallas, Texas 75219
Tel: (214) 521-5125
TTY: (214) 521-5124
Fax: (214) 522-4604

Web: www.rcdallas.org [Resource Center]
Counties Served: Dallas, Denton, Collin, Hunt, Rockwall, Kaufman, Ellis, Navarro
Provides services to the North Texas community by operating Nelson-Tebedo Health Resources and the John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center. The Resource Center of Dallas provides a vast array of HIV services to the community, including case management, hot meals, a nutrition center, insurance assistance, dental care, disease management, HIV testing, and HIV education. Spanish speaking staff available.

Resource Center of Dallas - Client ServicesUpdated 9/11
2701 Reagan Street
Dallas, Texas 75219
Tel: (214) 521-5124
TTY: (214) 521-5124
Fax: (214) 599-9661

Web: www.rcdallas.org [Resource Center]
Case management targeting gay/bisexual/transgender individuals, prevention case management, insurance and medication co-pay assistance, hot meals, domestic violence counseling, HIV treatment education, HIV Speakers Bureau, Positive University, HIV Helpline, Long Term Survivor’s Support Group, At The Kitchen Table, Pet Pals, volunteer opportunities, Phil Johnson Historic Archives & Research Library, and David Bohnett Cyber Center. Spanish speaking staff available.

Resource Center of Dallas - Nelson-Tebedo Health Resource CenterUpdated 9/11
4012 Cedar Springs Road
Dallas, Texas 75219
Tel: (214) 528-2336
Fax: (214) 528-8436

Web: www.rcdallas.org [Resource Center]
Counties Served: Northeast Texas
Dental services, disease management, clinical drug trials, neuro research, anonymous HIV testing, confidential STD testing and treatment, and low cost lab services, and volunteer opportunities. Spanish speaking staff available.

Resource Center of Dallas - Nutrition CenterUpdated 9/11
Mailing: Post Office Box 190869
Physical: 5450 Denton Drive Cut Off
Dallas, Texas 75235
Tel: (214) 521-3390
Fax: (214) 521-3398

Web: www.rcdallas.org [Resource Center]
Food pantry for Resource Center clients. Spanish speaking staff available.

Resource Center of Dallas - John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community CenterUpdated 9/11
2701 Reagan Street
Dallas, Texas 75219
Tel: (214) 528-0144
Fax: (214) 522-4604

Web: www.rcdallas.org [Resource Center]
GLBT services offered at this location include FUSE, a young men’s mentoring program, Latino and African-American outreach, prevention case management, JEWEL (Joining and Educating Women, & Empowering Leaders), GEAR (Gender Education and Resources), GayBINGO, David Bohnett Cyber Center, Phil Johnson Historic Archives & Research Library, and volunteer opportunities. Spanish speaking staff available.

A Sister's Gift Women's CenterUpdated 10/2012
Mailing: 1515 North Town East Boulevard, Suite 138-380, Mesquite, Texas 75150
Physical: Dallas (confidential)
Tel: (214) 421-4274
Fax: (214) 421-4276

Web: www.asistersgift.org [A Sister's Gift]
Area of City: South
Clientele: Females with HIV
Case management for HIV, clothing assistance, financial education/emergency assistance, hotline/telephone counseling, support groups.

STD/HIV Prevention Training CenterUpdated 9/11
400 South Zang, Suite 200
Dallas, Texas 75208
Tel: (214) 645-7353
Fax: (214) 645-7398

Web: www.stdhivpreventiontraining.org [PTC]
Area of City: Central
Clientele: Health professionals
Clinical and laboratory training for STD/HIV providers.

The StewpotUpdated 9/11
408 Park Avenue and Young Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
Tel: (214) 746-2785

Web: www.TheStewpot.org [The Stewpot]
The Stewpot (of First Presbyterian Church) provides noon meals, employment assistance, mailboxes, first aid, dental clinic, medical clinic, referral services, art class and pastoral counseling to the indigent of Dallas on a no-strings-attached basis. Provides children and youth programs year round. Spanish speaking staff available.

Texas/Oklahoma AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC)Updated 9/11
6300 Harry Hines Boulevard, Suite 250
Dallas, Texas 75235
Tel: (214) 590-2181
Toll-free: (877) ASK-AETC
Fax: (214) 590-2184

Clientele: HIV healthcare providers
Provides education and training for healthcare personnel who treat patients living with HIV/AIDS, clinical consultation services also available for clinicians who need assistance with an immediate problem.

Urban League of Greater Dallas & North Central TexasUpdated 12/11
4315 South Lancaster Road
Dallas, Texas 75216-7105
Tel: (214) 915-4600
Fax: (214) 915-4601

Web: www.ulgdnctx.com [Urban League]
Counties Served: Dallas
Clientele: General public
Offers GED and adult basic education preparation. Youth Empowerment Education classes, HIV testing (by appointment only, funding limited), HIV prevention, street outreach, and referral. Intake services with a wide range of case management to support high risk with substance abuse treatment referral. Provide non-violent ex-offenders with job readiness skills, job placement, and housing assistance. Computer/software training, Intro to PC, Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Web Design. Support Services for homeless veterans and their families. Rental/utility assistance, home foreclosure assistance, and homebuyer classes are offered. All programs offered on–site. Community prevention services and education are available at no charge to groups and individuals. Spanish speaking staff available.

UT Southwestern - AIDS Prevention ProjectUpdated 9/11
400 South Zang Boulevard, Suite 520
Dallas, Texas 75208-6640
Tel: (214) 645-7300
Fax: (214) 645-7303

Web: www.utsouthwestern.edu/cpiu [UT Southwestern]
Counties Served: Dallas
Area of City: Southwest
Clientele: General public
Free, anonymous HIV counseling and testing by appointment at our clinic in Oak Cliff and in various community locations. Staff assists clients with referrals to medical and psychosocial follow-up. In addition, the AAP runs a national STD/HIV Behavioral Prevention Training Center, provides technical assistance to regional HIV prevention planning groups, provides community education and conducts behavioral and HIV incidence research.

Veterans Affairs North Texas Health Care SystemUpdated 9/11
4500 South Lancaster Road
Dallas, Texas 75216-7167
Tel: (214) 742-8387
Toll Free: (800) 849-3597
Fax: (214) 302-1433

Web: www.northtexas.va.gov [North Texas VA]
Clientele: Veterans
Provides medical and social services for honorably discharged veterans from any branch of the armed services who have HIV/AIDS. Spanish speaking staff available.

Visiting Nurse Association of Texas - The Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty CenterUpdated 9/11
1440 West Mockingbird Lane, Suite 500
Dallas, Texas 75247
Tel: (214) 689-0000
Toll Free: (800) 442-4490
Fax: (214) 689-2300

Web: www.vnatexas.org [VNA]
Counties Served: North Central Texas
Clientele: General public
A comprehensive home health care agency providing all aspects of home care including specialized wound care nurses, occupational, physical, and speech therapy, as well as hospice services. Spanish speaking staff available.

Welcome House – East Dallas Operation Renew
921 North Peak Street
Dallas, Texas 75204-6677
Tel: (214) 887-0696
Fax: (214) 887-0931
 or
Provides housing for chemically dependent, housing for HIV-positive men and women, shared housing for HIV-positive and family members, drug/alcohol abuse counseling for individuals and groups, congregate meals, weekly HIV support groups, counseling for families of HIV-positive people, and HIV education, case management, client advocacy, and street outreach. Emotional support is available for caregivers. Assists clients and/or family with funeral information and referrals. Housing is based on a sliding scale; other services are free.

Welcome House – Oak Cliff Project Extended Arms
4202 South Lancaster Road
Dallas, Texas 75216
Tel: (214) 421-3948
Fax: (214) 421-1705

Provides housing for chemically dependent, housing for HIV-positive men and women, transitional housing, recovery support, drug/alcohol abuse counseling for individuals and groups, congregate meals, weekly HIV support groups, counseling for families of HIV-positive people, and HIV education, case management, client advocacy, and street outreach. Emotional support is available for caregivers. Assists clients and/or family with funeral information and referrals. Housing is based on a sliding scale; other services are free.

White Rock Friends – General Store
9353 Garland Road
Dallas, Texas 75218-3639
Tel: (214) 320-0043
Fax: (214) 320-0098

Web: www.whiterockchurch.org [White Rock Church]
General Store stocks cleaning supplies, toiletries, pet foods, and a small number of items that are usually not stocked through the standard food pantries. The clothing closet is open the first and third Saturdays of each month. Free Hot Lunch for HIV-positive clients is offered on the first three Saturdays of each month from 11am - 1pm.

DEL RIO (Region 8 - Val Verde County)

Texas Department of State Health Services - Del Rio
1401 Las Vacas
Del Rio, Texas 78840
Tel: (830) 768-2800
Fax: (830) 774-8683

Counties Served: Val Verde and surrounding counties
Area of City: South
Clientele: General public
Anonymous HIV testing, confidential HIV testing, prevention counseling, health education/risk reduction, HIV prevention education, STD prevention education, nurse on-site, TB testing, TB treatment, immunizations, home visits/home health care, public health promotion, communicable disease surveillance, children with special health care needs, vision and hearing.

DENTON (Region 3 - Denton County)

Denton County Health DepartmentUpdated 9/11
306 North Loop 288, Suite 183
Denton, Texas 76209
Tel: (940) 349-2900
Fax: (940) 349-2905
Confidential fax: (940) 349-2901

Anonymous HIV testing ($20.00 for those that can pay), confidential HIV testing ($20.00 for those that can pay), STD testing, prevention counseling, prevention case management, Turning Point EBI. No walk-ins.

Health Services of North TexasUpdated 12/11
4210 Mesa Drive
Denton, Texas 76207
Tel: (940) 381-1501
Toll free: (800) 974-2437
Fax: (940) 566-8059
Web: www.healthntx.org [HSNT]
Counties Served: Collin, Denton, Hunt, Kaufman, and Rockwall
Clientele: General public
Provides comprehensive health care and treatment to North Texans who are living with HIV/AIDS. The agency operates a wide range of quality medical and support services including outpatient clinics, medical case management, case management, mental health services, prescription assistance, insurance assistance, housing assistance, nutrition centers and transportation. The outpatient clinics are located in Denton, Plano and Greenville and accept clients regardless of their ability to pay. Free HIV testing is done one day a week by Greater Dallas Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.

Home Health Services - DentonUpdated 9/11
625 Dallas Drive, Suite 250
Denton, Texas 76205-7287
Tel: (940) 243-1445
Toll Free: (877) 543-1445
Fax: (940) 243-1530
 or
Web: www.hhsd.org [HHSD]
Provider of a full range of clinical home health care disciplines including: skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, home health aides and medical social workers. Spanish speaking staff available.

DICKINSON (Region 6 - Galveston County)

Other services in Galveston County: Galveston, La Marque

Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southeast Texas
3315 Gulf Freeway
Dickinson, Texas 77539
Tel: (281) 614-5927
Fax: (281) 534-4519
Web: www.pphouston.org [PP Houston]
Counties Served: Galveston, Brazoria, Harris
Area of City: Central
Clientele: General public
Anonymous HIV testing ($5.00), confidential HIV testing ($5.00), STD testing (Herpes culture and blood testing as directed by doctor for $70.00-$80.00), prevention counseling, nurse on-site, pregnancy testing, on-site laboratory diagnostics (limited), family planning.

University of Texas Medical Branch - Regional Maternal and Child Health
3828 Hughes Lane, Suite 104
Dickinson, Texas 77539
Tel: (281) 534-2576
Fax: (281) 534-4598
Counties Served: Galveston, South Harris, East Brazoria
Clientele: General public
Confidential HIV testing, nurse on-site, physician on-site, hepatitis testing, TB testing, pregnancy testing, immunizations, prenatal care, well child care, postpartum follow-up, eligibility services.


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Last updated February 25, 2014