Cincinnati HIV/AIDS Resources

HIV Testing

Agency

Address & Phone

Description

Planned Parenthood SWO (PPSWO)

4138 Hamilton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH  45223
513-679-4453

Hours 8:30a - 5p Mon-Thur and 8:30a-1p on Fridays. Walk-ins every Wednesday 5p-8p.

Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region's HIV/HCV prevention program provides FREE Rapid HIV and HCV testing to the community. We conduct testing in office and throughout Hamilton County along with education and prevention services to at risk populations. We focus our community outreach to men who have sex with men, injection drug users, and commercial sex workers. We provide counseling services to those living with or affected by HIV and facilitate many groups that help support those living with or affected by HIV.

IV-CHARIS

 

821 Bank St.
Cincinnati, OH  45214
513-542-9730

Walk-in testing is available Tuesday and Thursday 9a-2p.

The mission of IV-CHARIS is to reduce the transmission of HIV/AIDS in underserved communities by creating a non-traditional holistic healing environment that is committed to providing safe and confidential testing, education, prevention, and intervention serviced by caring and well-trained people. IV-CHARIS is the only faith-based organization in Cincinnati that is state qualified to do HIV/STD testing, counseling, and education. The IV-CHARIS abstinence program provides HIV/AIDS education to court adjudicated youth and those in public and private schools.

University of Cincinnati Early Intervention Program

University Hospital
Emergency Department
234 Goodman St.
Cincinnati, OH  45219
513-584-0720

Open 24 hours.

The UC Early Intervention
(EIP) provides free, confidential HIV testing and counseling at the Emergency Department (ED) at University Hospital. Testing is available to ED patient during their visits. Testing is also available to the general public, appointments preferred. Please call to confirm counselor availability. For HIV-positive individuals who are not receiving HIV medical care, the EIP also provides linkage services to facilitate initiation of HIV medical treatment. Please call for more information on linkage services.

Cincinnati Health Department (CHD)

3101 Burnet Ave.
Cincinnati, OH  45229
513-357-7300

Mon-Fri 8a-5p.

The Cincinnati Health Department Center for Reproductive Health and Wellness Center provides: Testing/treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and reproductive health and wellness services including family planning, counseling and referral services.

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HIV Education

Agency

Address & Phone

Description

Pennsylvania/MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center

University of Cincinnati
Local Performance Site
Eden and Albert Sabin Way Avenues
Holmes Building, Rm 3105
Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0405
513-584-7535

The Pennsylvania/MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center (PA/MAAETC) promotes the highest quality of health care for individuals living with HIV by offering clinicians education, training and assistance. AETC's focus on training clinicians in primary health care (physicians, physician assistants, nurses, dentists, pharmacists). Educational offerings are based upon assessed local needs and include, but are not limited to: mini-preceptorships, clinical consultations, dissemination of educational resources, and didactic and skill-based training. AETC's collaborate with CARE Act funded organizations, area health education centers, community-based HIV/AIDS organizations and medical and health professional organizations. For more information contact Nancy Peter, Program Trainer, at nancy.peter@uc.edu.

Early Prevention and Intervention Program (EPIP)

 

 

532 Maxwell Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45219
513-559-2000
The HIV-Early Prevention and Intervention Program is a collaborative service of CCHB and the Cincinnati Drug and Poison Information Center. The focus of EPIP is training and education to chemical dependency treatment staff and identified client groups, to aid in preventing the transmission of HIV, other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and tuberculosis (TB).