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Questions about HIV and STIs? Call the Public Health HIV/AIDS Program, (206) 296-4649. You can also check out Gay City online! http://www.gaycity.org/uploads/action_guide/
(AIDS Education Global Information System) HIV News from around the world.
Association of Community & Migrant Health Centers.
511 E Pike [between Belmont and Summit] Anonymous or confidential rapid HIV testing, HIV RNA testing, and screening for syphilis for gay and bi men in English and Spanish. Tuesday to Friday, 3:30PM to 8PM, and Saturdays 1PM to 5PM. Due to high demand, making an appointment is recommended. Free, with donations gladly accepted. Gay City does not diagnose STDs-- if you are experiencing symptoms, please call the STD Hotline at (206)205-7837.
A peer-based program, a sisterhood of women facing HIV together
Offers residential care and day health programs for people living with AIDS.
(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) U.S. government agency information about HIV/AIDS.
(Food and Drug Administration) U.S. government agency information about HIV/AIDS.
325 9th Ave. (9th and Jefferson) HIV testing and counseling. Confidential STD examination, screening, treatment, and counseling. On a sliding fee. No one turned away due to lack of funds. 8AM to 6:30PM Monday to Friday. Call in advance if possible, as appointments often fill up by early afternoon.
The Primary Infection Clinic is part of the University of Washington's extensive HIV research effort to understand and help conquer HIV. They have a research program for newly infected HIV positive individuals. Their studies provide free visits and free lab tests.
English: (206) 205-7837
The HIV/AIDS Program coordinates and collaborates with health care organizations, universities, community-based groups and other Health Department programs to provide essential prevention, research and care services.
LesbianSTD.com's goal is to provide information and resources regarding sexual health and sexually transmitted diseases in women who have sex with women and to further our collective knowledge about lesbian STDs through research.
Lifelong AIDS Alliance is committed to preventing the spread of HIV, and to providing practical support services and advocating for those whose lives are affected by HIV and AIDS.
Provides housing and services to people with life-threatening illnesses and community education on issues of human diversity. Programs include AIDS CareTeam Program, Multifaith AIDS Projects Housing, Multifaith Alliance of Reconciling Communities, and the Seattle Shanti.
Educating yourself and others about HIV should be an ongoing and lifelong process. This Web site is designed to provide you with the basic information you need to educate yourself and others about HIV.
(The Humane Society for Seattle/King County) Pet food, basic veterinary care, grooming, and other services for people living with AIDS.
POZ Seattle is a grassroots organization of HIV+ gay men that plans and coordinates social events for HIV+ gay men.
Diagnosis and treatment information about HIV/AIDS and opportunistic infections.
Dental care for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Rise n' Shine provides emotional support programs, stability, advocacy, and AIDS education for children and teens affected by HIV and AIDS.
The HIV/AIDS Prevention Program is designed to provide services, harm reduction and safer sex materials, and referral information to individuals who are HIV positive and to those who are at risk of acquiring or transmitting the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
The Social Security and Disability Resource Center is an informational website that provides answers to questions about howto apply for disability, how to appeal a claim in the event of a denial, howto navigate the federal system, and how to avoid certain mistakes that are commonly made by applicants. The site’s author is a former disability examiner for the social security administration.
Treatment and health care information. Quarterly treatment journal.
THT was one of the first charities to be set up in the United Kingdom in response to the HIV epidemic and has been at the forefront of the fight against HIV, and improving the nation's sexual health, ever since. They are a great resource for information on HIV.
International Community Health Services) Services for the Asian/Pacific Islander communities, e.g. treatment and counseling.
HIV/STD programs for federally-recognized American Indian tribes in Washington.