AIDS/HIV Services

ACORN
603-448-8887 or (800) 816-2220 (Lebanon, NH)
Must be 18 years or older and HIV positive to access services. ACORN provides education, family support, assistance with food, clothing, finances, housing, and utilities, information and referral, respite, volunteer services. Serves both Orange and Windsor County in Vermont and Sullivan and Grafton Counties in New Hampshire.

AIDS Project of Southern Vermont
(802) 254-8263 - Brattleboro, VT or (802) 447-8007 – Bennington, VT
Must be HIV positive to receive services. Services include family support, social services, assistance with food, clothing and finances, information and referral, transportation assistance, and volunteer services.

AIDS Response Seacoast
(603) 433-5377 – Portsmouth, NH
Serves Rocking and Strafford County, New Hampshire, and Southern York County, Maine. Must be HIV positive to receive services. Services include family support, social services, assistance with food, clothing and finances, information and referral, transportation assistance, and volunteer services.

AIDS Services for Monadnock Region
(800) 639-7903 or (603) 357-6855 – Keene, NH
Serves Southwest New Hampshire. Must be HIV positive to receive services. Services include dental, early intervention, education, assistance with food, clothing and finances, health care resources, home care, housing/utilities, insurance, information and referral, legal assistance, medication, recreation, transportation, volunteer services, and others.

Comprehensive Care Clinic – Fletcher Allen
(802) 847-4594 – Burlington, VT
Serves Vermont and Upstate New York. Must be HIV positive to receive services. Accepts insurance. No one refused for lack of finances. Areas of service: early intervention, health care resources, information and referral, respite, and substance abuse programs.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Family HIV Program
(603) 653-1492 – Lebanon, NH
Serves New Hampshire and Vermont. Eligible: HIV positive, HIV affected, at risk youth, women and families. Areas of service: adolescent services, education, family support/social services, health care resources, information and referral, insurance, pregnancy and infant services, substance abuse programs, transportation, and medical Care.

Greater Manchester AIDS Project
(603) 623-0710
Serves greater Manchester area. All are eligible for prevention education, case management for HIV positive individuals only. Areas of service: child care/parenting programs, education, family support/social services, Provides assistance with food, clothing and finances, health care resources, housing/utilities, information and referral, transportation, volunteer services, and others services.

HIV/AIDS Task Force
(603) 595-8464 or (800) 942-7437 – Nashua, NH
Serves Southern New Hampshire HIV-positive individuals only. Areas of service: education, assistance with food, clothing and finances, housing/utilities, information and referral, respite, substance abuse programs, transportation, and volunteer services.

Imani Health Institute
(802) 864-2631 or (800) 241-4668 – Burlington, VT
HIV support services for African-American (non-Hispanic). Provides early intervention, education and assistance with food, clothing and finances.

Merrimack Valley Assistance Program
(603) 226-0607 - Concord, NH
Serves Concord area HIV-positive individuals only. Areas of service: education, family support, housing/utilities, information and referral, insurance, and substance abuse programs.

Twin States Networl (TSN)
(888) 338-8796 - Bellows Falls
TSN is a peer support network for individuals and families living with HIV and/or chronic hepatitis in Vermont and New Hampshire. Areas of service: adolescent services, child care, early intervention, education, family support/social services, home care, information and referral, respite, and transportation.

Vermont CARES
(802) 863-2437 – Burlington, VT or 1-800-649-2437
Serves most of Vermont. Eligibility: HIV positive or at-risk population. Areas of service: education, family support and social services, assistance with food, clothing and finances, housing/utilities, information and referral, recreation, substance abuse programs, transportation, volunteer services.