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New Orleans EMA 90-90-90 Targets (2015) PLHIV: 8,509

87%

69%

91%

Source: Provided by the City of New Orleans

New Orleans EMA HIV Care Continuum (2015) PLHIV: 8,509

87%

65%

60%

55%

Source: Provided by the City of New Orleans

Message from the Mayor

“My administration is committed to supporting the 90-90-90 targets of Fast Track Cities. The HIV/AIDS epidemic is a monumental challenge that requires coordinated efforts from all of us to help improve the quality of life of our friends and family members living with HIV/AIDS and ultimately end AIDS in our lifetime.”

Mitch Landrieu
Mayor
HIV Services
Brotherhood Incorporated

Primary Contact: Bridget Cloud, Client Care Coordinator

2714 Canal St., Ste 503, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 566-7955

vmagee@brotherhhoodinc.org

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

Primary Services: HIV testing; housing for those with HIV/AIDS; outreach; referrals

Covenant House New Orleans

611 N Rampart St., New Orleans, LA 70112

(504) 584-1112

chnoinfo@covenanthouse.org

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

Primary Services: HIV/STI testing

CrescentCare (FQHC): Community Awareness Network

507 Frenchman Street, New Orleans, LA 70116

info@crescentcarehealth.org

Hour of Operation: Monday 1-3pm; Tuesday 4:30-7:30pm; Thursday 4:30-7:30pm; Saturday 1:00-3:00pm

Primary Services: Walk-in testing

Excelth Family Health Center- New Orleans East

9900 Lake Forest Boulevard, Suite F, New Orleans, LA 70127

(504) 620-0500

excelth@excelth.com

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Primary Services: HIV/STI testing

FACES (Family Advocacy, Care and Education Services) (CrescentCare (FQHC))

4640 South Carrollton Ave., Ste. 130, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 821-4611

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

Harry Tompson Center

1803 Gravier St, New Orleans, LA 70112

Hour of Operation: Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday from 10:00 am-12pm

Primary Services: HIV Testing through Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies (IWES)

Ida Hymel Health Clinic

1111 Newton St., New Orleans, LA 70114

(504) 364-2023

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-3pm

Primary Services: HIV/STI testing

Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies (IWES)

935 Gravier St. Ste 1140, New Orleans, LA 70112

(504) 599-7712

mpowers@iwesnola.org

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Primary Services: HIV/STI testing

Liberty's Kitchen

300 N Broad St, New Orleans, LA 70119

Hour of Operation: Once a month with each new youth trainee cohort

Primary Services: HIV Testing through Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies (IWES)

N'R Peace Inc

3201 General De Gaulle Dr., Suite 201; New Orleans, LA 70114

(504) 364-1950

Hour of Operation: Intake Procedure: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm for walk-in or other times by appointment

Primary Services: Street outreach; education; HIV testing; HIV primary care; case management; advoacy

NO/AIDS Task Force (CrescentCare (FQHC))

2601 Tulane Ave., Suite 500, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 821-2601

info@noaidstf.org

Hour of Operation: All services open from Mon-Fri, 8:30am -5pm, unless stated otherwise. PMC Clinics (by apt): Monday, Tuesday, Friday – 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, Wednesday & Thursday: 8:30am - 7pm; Support Groups: Call for info; Pantry: Monday - Friday -10am - 3pm; HIV Counseling and Testing: Wednesday: 5-7pm; Friday: 1- 3pm

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

Ochsner Medical Center: Department of Infectious Diseases

1514 Jefferson Hwy, New Orleans, LA 70121

(504) 842-4000

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Primary Services: HIV testing and treatment

Odyssey House Louisiana

1125 N Tonti, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 383-8559

communityclinic@ohlinc.org

Hour of Operation: Monday 8am-7pm; Tuesday-Friday 8am-5pm

Primary Services: Substance abuse detox; treatment;counseling; case management; HIV testing

Orleans Parish Juvenile Court (GROWW Program)

421 Loyola Ave, New Orleans, LA 70112

Hour of Operation: Once a month with each new girls’ group

Primary Services: HIV Testing through Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies (IWES)

The Movement

2610 Esplanade Ave Suite 2B, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 267-4288

themovement@crescentcarehealth.org

Hour of Operation: Monday 9am-8pm; Tuesday & Friday 9am-5pm; Wednesday & Thrusday 9am-6pm

Primary Services: Testing; counseling; condom distribution; social events; HIV support group

The Page Bar

542 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70112

Hour of Operation: Every other Friday

Primary Services: HIV Testing through Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies (IWES)

Tulane T-Cell Clinic

711 N. Broad Street, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 609-3582

aamador@tulane.edu

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

Primary Services: Testing; referrals; primary care for HIV positive individuals; case management; counseling

UMC New Orleans - HIV Outpatient Program (HOP)

2000 Canal St, Ambulatory Care Bldg- 4C, New Orleans, LA 70112

(504) 702-5700

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Primary Services: Testing; medication assistance; education; dental care; nutrition services; counseling; social services

Walgreens

1826 N Broad St, New Orleans, LA 70119

Hour of Operation: Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 3:00-7:00 pm

Primary Services: HIV Testing through Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies (IWES)

Walgreens

1100 Elysian Fields Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117

Hour of Operation: Every Thursday from 3:00-7:00 pm

Primary Services: HIV Testing through Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies (IWES)

Youth Empowerment Project

1604 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70113

Hour of Operation: Once a month with each new youth trainee cohort

Primary Services: HIV Testing through Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies (IWES)

BreakOut

(504) 252-9025

1001 S. Broad St. Suite119 New Orleans, LA 70125

info@youthbreakout.org

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "BreakOUT! seeks to end the criminalization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth to build a safer and more just New Orleans." -http://www.youthbreakout.org/mission/

Primary Services: Outreach to end the criminalization of LGBT youth

Forum For Equality

(504) 569-9156

4035 Washington Ave., New Orleans, LA 70125

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "Forum for Equality is Louisiana’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) human rights organization dedicated to the establishment of a society free from discrimination and to the support of good government." -http://www.forumforequality.org/history/

Primary Services: Education; advocacy

LGBT Community Center of New Orleans

2727 South Broad St, Suite 102, New Orleans, LA 70125

info@lgbtccneworleans.org

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "Our mission is to combat homophobia, transphobia, racism and misogyny by supporting community-driven projects and organizations in the greater New Orleans area." -http://lgbtccneworleans.org/about/

Primary Services: Advocacy; resources; education; referrals

Metropolitan Community Church of New Orleans

(504) 270-1622

6200 Saint Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118

Hour of Operation: Services at 10am

Mission: "Metropolitan Community Church of New Orleans offers a welcoming spiritual community that truly believes in God's love for all of God's children, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, or any other category or description that makes us beautifully unique." -http://www.mccneworleans.com/home22.html

Primary Services: Outreach for inclusion of LGBT community

Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)

(504) 862-5912

Congregation Gates of Prayer, 4000 West Esplanade Ave S. (West Esplanade Ave. & Richland Ave), Metairie, LA 70002

info@pflagno.org

Hour of Operation: Second Thursday of each month at 7:30pm

Mission: "PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends through: support, to cope with an adverse society; education, to enlighten an ill-informed public; and advocacy, to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights." -http://pflagno.org/mission/

Primary Services: Support group for parents and friends of lesbian and gay people; advocacy; education

The Movement

(504) 267-4288

2610 Esplanade Ave Suite 2B, New Orleans, LA 70119

themovement@crescentcarehealth.org

Hour of Operation: Monday 9am-8pm; Tuesday & Friday 9am-5pm; Wednesday & Thrusday 9am-6pm

Mission: "To provide comprehensive HIV prevention activities for young black men between the ages of 13 and 29 who identify as gay, bisexual, or queer. As well as young black transgender individuals." -https://www.themovementnola.org/about-themovement

Primary Services: Testing; counseling; condom distribution; social events; HIV support group

Belle Reve

3029 Royal Street, New Orleans LA 70177

(504) 945-9455

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm: Wednesdays @ 9:30am Harm Reduction; Wednesdays @ 11:00am HIV Education; Thursdays @ 9:30am Life Skills; Fridays @ 11:00am Psychosocial Support

Mission: "The mission of Belle Reve is to provide housing for persons with disabilities, including those living with HIV/AIDS." -http://www.bellerevenola.org/

Primary Services: Medical case management; non-medical case management; psychological support

Community Care Hospital

1421 General Taylor, New Orleans, LA 70115

(504) 899-2500

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "Community Care Hospital has been serving New Orleans and the surrounding areas for 17 years, with a mission to improve the mental health and well being of our patients by being the premier psychiatric provider to our community through personalized and quality care." -http://www.communitycarehospital.com/

Primary Services: Inpatient and outpatient programs

Concerned Citizens for a Better Algiers

Primary Contact: Roberta B. Brown, Exectutive Director and Founder

1417 Nunez Street, New Orleans, LA 70114

(504) 362-1066

Hour of Operation: Psychosocial support group: Tuesday 6pm-7:30pm; Individual support: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 5:30pm-7:30pm; Substance abuse group: Wednesday 6pm-7:30pm

Mission: "Concerned Citizens For a Better Algiers, Inc.'s primary focus is to take the lead in transforming the dreams of our community into reality." -http://www.ccfaba.org/

Primary Services: Psychosocial support; outpatient substance abuse

Ekems Health Care

8470 Morrison Road, Suite A, New Orleans, LA 70127

(504) 248-1581

services@ekemshealthcare.org

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm

Mission: "Our goal is to provide holistic, reliable mental health counseling and rehabilitation with enthusiasm, compassion and consistency." -http://www.ekemshealthcare.org/home.html

Primary Services: Mental health rehab; individual and group therapy; crisis prevention; community support

Essential Care Services

3901 Ulloa Street, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 267-5712

ecsinfo@essentialcareservices.com

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

Mission: "The Mission of Essential Care Services, LLC is to provide education, development, management, and delivery of behavioral health programs and services to clients and their support systems." -https://essentialcareservices.com/

Primary Services: Individual and group therapy

FACES (Family Advocacy, Care and Education Services) (CrescentCare (FQHC))

4640 South Carrollton Ave., Ste. 130, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 821-4611

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm

Mission: "FACES is the largest provider of HIV/AIDS social services focused on both women and their families in the Greater New Orleans area. The target population includes HIV-infected and affected women, pregnant women, infants, youth, adolescents and families. FACES also serves male clients as well. The organization administers projects that provide supportive services for individuals and families impacted by HIV disease and dual diagnoses of substance use and mental health issues." -http://crescentcarehealth.org/noaids/prevention/faces-2/

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

Greenpath International Inc

411 South Broad Street, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 827-2928

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "Our mission is to provide holistic, reliable counseling, substance abuse rehabilitation, and mental health treatment with enthusiasm and compassion." -https://gpaddiction.org/

Primary Services: Mental health evalulation; substance abuse outpatient program; individual and group counseling; drug education

Health and Wellness Center (CrescentCare (FQHC))

3308 Tulane Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 293-6899

info@crescentcarehealth.org

Hour of Operation: Monday - Friday 7:30am-4pm

Mission: "Crescent Care’s mission is to offer comprehensive health and wellness services to the community, to advocate empowerment, to safeguard the rights and dignity of individuals, and to provide for an enlightened public." -http://crescentcarehealth.org/about/our-philosophy-and-mission/

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

NO/AIDS Task Force (CrescentCare (FQHC))

2601 Tulane Ave., Suite 500, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 821-2601

info@noaidstf.org

Hour of Operation:

All services open from Mon-Fri, 8:30am -5pm, unless stated otherwise. PMC Clinics (by apt): Monday, Tuesday, Friday – 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, Wednesday & Thursday: 8:30am - 7pm; Support Groups: Call for info; Pantry: Monday - Friday -10am - 3pm; HIV Counseling and Testing: Wednesday: 5-7pm; Friday: 1- 3pm

Mission:

"Crescent Care’s mission is to offer comprehensive health and wellness services to the community, to advocate empowerment, to safeguard the rights and dignity of individuals, and to provide for an enlightened public." -http://crescentcarehealth.org/about/our-philosophy-and-mission/

Primary Services:

Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

Priority Health Care Inc. (FQHC): Gretna Clinic

12A Westbank Expressway Suite 111, Gretna, LA 70053

504-309-6057 (Social Services); 504-509-4800 (Clinic)

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "Provide holistic health care to underserved communities that will empower people to live healthy lives." -http://priorityhealthcare.org/main/#who_are_we

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; emergency financial assitance; health insurance assistance; medical assistance; medical case management; transportation services; mental health services, non-medical case management

Priority Health Care Inc. (FQHC): Marrero Clinic

4700 Wichers Drive, Marrero, LA 70072

(504) 309-3262

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "Provide holistic health care to underserved communities that will empower people to live healthy lives." -http://priorityhealthcare.org/main/#who_are_we

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; emergency financial assitance; health insurance assistance; medical assistance; medical case management; transportation services; mental health services, non-medical case management

The Movement Office (CrescentCare (FQHC))

2610 Esplanade Ave. Suite 2B, New Orleans, LA 70119

info@crescentcarehealth.org

Hour of Operation: Monday 5-8pm & Thursday 12-3pm

Mission: "Crescent Care’s mission is to offer comprehensive health and wellness services to the community, to advocate empowerment, to safeguard the rights and dignity of individuals, and to provide for an enlightened public." -http://crescentcarehealth.org/about/our-philosophy-and-mission/

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

UMC New Orleans - HIV Outpatient Program (HOP)

2000 Canal St, Ambulatory Care Bldg- 4C, New Orleans, LA 70112

(504) 702-5700

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "UMCNO will provide exceptional patient-centered care and a world-class academic experience through advanced research, leading technology and innovation." -http://www.umcno.org/aboutumc

Primary Services: Testing; medication assistance; education; dental care; nutrition services; counseling; social services

Alcoholics Anonymous New Orleans

Check schedule for meeting times and locations: http://www.aaneworleans.org/meetings/?d=3&r=406&v=list

(504) 838-3399

Hour of Operation: Office hours: Monday-Friday 12pm-6pm; Saturday 10am-1pm; Check schedule for meeting times and locations: http://www.aaneworleans.org/meetings/?d=3&r=406&v=list

Mission: "Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking." -http://www.aaneworleans.org/

Primary Services: Support groups

Concerned Citizens for a Better Algiers

Primary Contact: Roberta B. Brown, Exectutive Director and Founder

1417 Nunez Street, New Orleans, LA 70114

(504) 362-1066

Hour of Operation: Psychosocial support group: Tuesday 6pm-7:30pm; Individual: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 5:30pm-7:30pm; Substance abuse (OP) group: Wednesday 6pm-7:30pm

Mission: "To deliver services to the low and middle-income residetns of all ages that will enhance their self-sufficiency and empower them to become productive citizens." -http://www.ccfaba.org/

Primary Services: Psychosocial support; outpatient substance abuse

Greenpath International Inc

411 South Broad Street, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 827-2928

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "Our mission is to provide holistic, reliable counseling, substance abuse rehabilitation, and mental health treatment with enthusiasm and compassion." -https://gpaddiction.org/

Primary Services: Mental health evalulation; substance abuse outpatient program; individual and group counseling; drug education

Narcotics Anonymous New Orleans

Check schedule for meeting times and locations: http://www.noana.org/NOANA/Downloads/MeetingList-LEGAL.pdf

(504) 899-6262

nola.area@noana.org

Hour of Operation: Check schedule for meeting times and locations: http://www.noana.org/NOANA/Downloads/MeetingList-LEGAL.pdf

Primary Services: Support groups

Odyssey House Community Health Center

1125 N Tonti, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 383-8559

communityclinic@ohlinc.org

Hour of Operation: Monday 8am-7pm; Tuesday-Friday 8am-5pm

Mission: "Established in 1973, the mission of Odyssey House Louisiana is to provide holistic and client-centered services in a safe environment that address the full continuum of special care needs for the state of Louisiana." -http://www.ohlinc.org/about

Primary Services: Substance abuse detox; treatment;counseling; case management; HIV testing

Project Lazarus

2824 Dauphine Street, New Orleans, LA 70117

(504) 949-3609

Hour of Operation:

The group times and meeting room(s) for the Addictive Disorders Department are as follows: Monday: Education Group: 1pm - 2pm Wednesday: Therapeutic Recovery Group: 10:30am – 11:30am Thursday: Process Recovery Group: 10:30am -11:30am

Mission:

"The mission of Project Lazarus is to help heal and empower people living with HIV/AIDS by focusing on wellness, providing housing and offering important support services." -http://www.projectlazarus.net/

Primary Services:

Outpatient Service Abuse Services

Belle Reve

3029 Royal Street, New Orleans LA 70177

(504) 945-9455

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm: Wednesdays @ 9:30am Harm Reduction; Wednesdays @ 11:00am HIV Education; Thursdays @ 9:30am Life Skills; Fridays @ 11:00am Psychosocial Support

Mission: "The mission of Belle Reve is to provide housing for persons with disabilities, including those living with HIV/AIDS." -http://www.bellerevenola.org/

Primary Services: Medical case management; non-medical case management; psychological support

Columbia Parc Health Center

3943 St. Bernard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70122

(504) 529-5558

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:30pm

Mission: "Our mission is to provide culturally competent healthcare of the highest quality, regardless of the ability to pay. St. Thomas Community Health Center fosters relevant research and educational activities directed toward achieving health initiatives that reduce health disparities in our community. Central to our mission is acknowledging the role of institutional racism as causative of these disparities. As such, our work is directed toward becoming an antiracist institution." -https://www.stthomaschc.org/about/

Primary Services: PrEP access; education; infectious diseases; women's health; case management; counseling

Donald T. Erwin Center

1936 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70130

(504) 529-5558

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5pm

Mission: "Our mission is to provide culturally competent healthcare of the highest quality, regardless of the ability to pay. St. Thomas Community Health Center fosters relevant research and educational activities directed toward achieving health initiatives that reduce health disparities in our community. Central to our mission is acknowledging the role of institutional racism as causative of these disparities. As such, our work is directed toward becoming an antiracist institution." -https://www.stthomaschc.org/about/

Primary Services: PrEP access; education; infectious diseases; women's health; case management; counseling; ambulatory/outpatient medical care; emergency financial assistance; health insurance assistance; medication assistance; case management; transportation services

FACES (Family Advocacy, Care and Education Services) (CrescentCare (FQHC))

4640 South Carrollton Ave., Ste. 130, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 821-4611

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm

Mission: "FACES is the largest provider of HIV/AIDS social services focused on both women and their families in the Greater New Orleans area. The target population includes HIV-infected and affected women, pregnant women, infants, youth, adolescents and families. FACES also serves male clients as well. The organization administers projects that provide supportive services for individuals and families impacted by HIV disease and dual diagnoses of substance use and mental health issues." -http://crescentcarehealth.org/noaids/prevention/faces-2/

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

Frontline

631 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130

(504) 510-3616

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Primary Services: Health education; risk reduction services

Health and Wellness Center (CrescentCare (FQHC))

3308 Tulane Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 293-6899

info@crescentcarehealth.org

Hour of Operation: Monday - Friday 7:30am-4pm

Mission: "Crescent Care’s mission is to offer comprehensive health and wellness services to the community, to advocate empowerment, to safeguard the rights and dignity of individuals, and to provide for an enlightened public." -http://crescentcarehealth.org/about/our-philosophy-and-mission/

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

L.B. Landry Community Clinic

1200 L.B. Landry Ave., New Orleans, LA 70114

(504) 529-5558

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:30pm

Mission: "Our mission is to provide culturally competent healthcare of the highest quality, regardless of the ability to pay. St. Thomas Community Health Center fosters relevant research and educational activities directed toward achieving health initiatives that reduce health disparities in our community. Central to our mission is acknowledging the role of institutional racism as causative of these disparities. As such, our work is directed toward becoming an antiracist institution." -https://www.stthomaschc.org/about/

Primary Services: PrEP access; education; infectious diseases; women's health; case management; counseling

Legal Services (CrescentCare (FQHC))

2601 Tulane Ave., Suite 630 New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 568-1631

Hour of Operation: Tuesday: 9am-12pm & 1-5pm @ NO/AIDS; Wedneday: 9am-1pm @ HOP Clinic; Thursday: 1-5pm @ NO/AIDS

Mission: "Crescent Care’s mission is to offer comprehensive health and wellness services to the community, to advocate empowerment, to safeguard the rights and dignity of individuals, and to provide for an enlightened public." -http://crescentcarehealth.org/about/our-philosophy-and-mission/

Primary Services: Legal Services

N'R Peace Inc

3201 General De Gaulle Dr., Suite 201; New Orleans, LA 70114

(504) 364-1950

Hour of Operation: Intake Procedure: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm for walk-in or other times by appointment

Mission: "N`R PEACE, Inc. is a minority nonprofit community based organization, providing health education and HIV/AIDS related services." -https://www.facebook.com/pg/NR-Peace-Inc-163860506958594/about/?ref=page_internal

Primary Services: Street outreach; education; HIV testing; HIV primary care; case management; advoacy

NO/AIDS Task Force (CrescentCare (FQHC))

2601 Tulane Ave., Suite 500, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 821-2601

info@noaidstf.org

Hour of Operation: All services open from Mon-Fri, 8:30am -5pm, unless stated otherwise. PMC Clinics (by apt): Monday, Tuesday, Friday – 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, Wednesday & Thursday: 8:30am - 7pm; Support Groups: Call for info; Pantry: Monday - Friday -10am - 3pm; HIV Counseling and Testing: Wednesday: 5-7pm; Friday: 1- 3pm

Mission: "Crescent Care’s mission is to offer comprehensive health and wellness services to the community, to advocate empowerment, to safeguard the rights and dignity of individuals, and to provide for an enlightened public." -http://crescentcarehealth.org/about/our-philosophy-and-mission/

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

Priority Health Care Inc. (FQHC): Gretna Clinic

12A Westbank Expressway Suite 111, Gretna, LA 70053

(504) 309-6057 (Social Services); (504) 509-4800 (Clinic)

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "Provide holistic health care to underserved communities that will empower people to live healthy lives." -http://priorityhealthcare.org/main/#who_are_we

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; emergency financial assitance; health insurance assistance; medical assistance; medical case management; transportation services; mental health services, non-medical case management

Priority Health Care Inc. (FQHC): Marrero Clinic

4700 Wichers Drive, Marrero, LA 70072

(504) 309-3262

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "Provide holistic health care to underserved communities that will empower people to live healthy lives." -http://priorityhealthcare.org/main/#who_are_we

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; emergency financial assitance; health insurance assistance; medical assistance; medical case management; transportation services; mental health services, non-medical case management

Priority Health Care Inc. (FQHC): Social Services Office

4700 Wichers Drive Suite 300, Marrero, LA 70072

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm (Other hours available by request)

Mission: "Provide holistic health care to underserved communities that will empower people to live healthy lives." -http://priorityhealthcare.org/main/#who_are_we

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; emergency financial assitance; health insurance assistance; medical assistance; medical case management; transportation services; mental health services, non-medical case management

Southeast Louisiana AHEC: Administrative Office

1302 J.W. Davis Drive, Hammond, LA 70403

(985) 345-1119

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

Primary Services: Case management; medical transportation; oral heatlh

Southeast Louisiana AHEC: Foodbank

105 Highland Park Road, Covington, LA 70433

(985) 867-8333

Hour of Operation: By appointment

Primary Services: Foodbank

St. Thomas at Mahalia Jackson

2405 Jackson Ave., Building B, Suite 222, New Orleans, LA 70113

(504) 529-5558

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 7am-3pm

Mission: "Our mission is to provide culturally competent healthcare of the highest quality, regardless of the ability to pay. St. Thomas Community Health Center fosters relevant research and educational activities directed toward achieving health initiatives that reduce health disparities in our community. Central to our mission is acknowledging the role of institutional racism as causative of these disparities. As such, our work is directed toward becoming an antiracist institution." -https://www.stthomaschc.org/about/

Primary Services: PrEP access; education; infectious diseases; women's health; case management; counseling; ambulatory/outpatient medical care; emergency financial assistance; health insurance assistance; medication assistance; case management; transportation services

St. Thomas Community Health Center

1020 St. Andrew St., New Orleans, LA 70130

(504) 529-5558

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5pm

Mission: "Our mission is to provide culturally competent healthcare of the highest quality, regardless of the ability to pay. St. Thomas Community Health Center fosters relevant research and educational activities directed toward achieving health initiatives that reduce health disparities in our community. Central to our mission is acknowledging the role of institutional racism as causative of these disparities. As such, our work is directed toward becoming an antiracist institution." -https://www.stthomaschc.org/about/

Primary Services: PrEP access; education; infectious diseases; women's health; case management; counseling; ambulatory/outpatient medical care; emergency financial assistance; health insurance assistance; medication assistance; case management; transportation services

The Movement Office (CrescentCare (FQHC))

2610 Esplanade Ave. Suite 2B, New Orleans, LA 70119

info@crescentcarehealth.org

Hour of Operation: Monday 5-8pm & Thursday 12-3pm

Mission: "Crescent Care’s mission is to offer comprehensive health and wellness services to the community, to advocate empowerment, to safeguard the rights and dignity of individuals, and to provide for an enlightened public." -http://crescentcarehealth.org/about/our-philosophy-and-mission/

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

Trinity Counseling and Training Center

2108 Coliseum St., New Orleans, LA 70130

(504) 522-7557

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Mission: "Our mission is to provide culturally competent healthcare of the highest quality, regardless of the ability to pay. St. Thomas Community Health Center fosters relevant research and educational activities directed toward achieving health initiatives that reduce health disparities in our community. Central to our mission is acknowledging the role of institutional racism as causative of these disparities. As such, our work is directed toward becoming an antiracist institution." -https://www.stthomaschc.org/about/

Primary Services: Group and individual counseling

Tulane T-Cell Clinic

711 N. Broad Street, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 609-3582

aamador@tulane.edu

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

Primary Services: Testing; referrals; primary care for HIV positive individuals; case management; counseling

Tulane University Community Health Center (T Cell Clinic)

711 North Broad Street, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 988-3002

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-4:40pm

Mission: "The founders of the health center continue their vision of delivering healthcare that focuses on patients’ needs outside of the confines that come with typical paradigms of medical care." -http://www2.tulane.edu/som/tuchc/about.cfm

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; emergency financial assistance; health insurance assistance; medication assistance; case management; transportation services

UMC New Orleans - HIV Outpatient Program (HOP)

2000 Canal St, Ambulatory Care Bldg- 4C, New Orleans, LA 70112

(504) 702-5700

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "UMCNO will provide exceptional patient-centered care and a world-class academic experience through advanced research, leading technology and innovation. " -http://www.umcno.org/aboutumc

Primary Services: Testing; medication assistance; education; dental care; nutrition services; counseling; social services

Access Health Louisiana Primary Care

1415 Tulane Ave Fl 5 Ste 5501, New Orleans, LA, 70112-2600

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Columbia Parc Church

3943 Saint Bernard Ave, New Orleans, LA, 70122-1147

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Common Ground Health Clinic

1400 Teche St., New Orleans, LA, 70114-5843

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

Community Resource and Referral Center

1530 Gravier St., New Orleans, LA, 70112-2113

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Crescentcare Health and Wellness Center

3308 Tulane Ave Floor 5, New Orleans, LA, 70119-7100

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Daughters of Charity Health Center - Carrollton

3201 S Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, LA, 70118-4307

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Daughters of Charity Health Center - Gentilly

100 Warrington Dr., New Orleans, LA, 70122

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Daughters of Charity Health Center - Louisa

3303 Higgins Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70126

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Daughters of Charity Health Center - New Orleans East

5630 Read Blvd., New Orleans, LA, 70127-3106

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm; Saturday 8am-2pm

Daughters of Charity Health Center - St. Cecilia

1030 Lesseps St., New Orleans, LA, 70117-4736

Hour of Operation: Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm; Friday 8am-2pm

Excelth Family Health Center - Algiers

4422 General Meyer Ave Suite 103, New Orleans, LA, 70131-4330

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Excelth Family Health Center - Gentilly

2050 Caton St., New Orleans, LA, 70122-3147

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Excelth Family Health Center- New Orleans East

9900 Lake Forest Boulevard, Suite F, New Orleans, LA 70127

excelth@excelth.com

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

FACES (Family Advocacy, Care and Education Services) (CrescentCare (FQHC))

4640 South Carrollton Ave., Ste. 130, New Orleans, LA 70119

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

Family Care Services Center

4640 S Carrollton Ave Suite 130, New Orleans, LA, 70119-6075

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Health Care for the Homeless

Primary Contact: Ragan Collins, Executive Director

2222 Simon Bolivar Ave., New Orleans, LA, 70113-1460

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Herschel L. Abbott, Jr. Community Health Center

1024 Jackson Ave, New Orleans, LA, 70130-5546

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Marillac Community Health Center - Prytania

3600 Prytania St., New Orleans, LA, 70115-3628

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

NO/AIDS Task Force (CrescentCare (FQHC))

2601 Tulane Ave., Suite 500, New Orleans, LA 70119

info@noaidstf.org

Hour of Operation: All services open from Mon-Fri, 8:30am -5pm, unless stated otherwise. PMC Clinics (by apt): Monday, Tuesday, Friday – 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, Wednesday & Thursday: 8:30am - 7pm; Support Groups: Call for info; Pantry: Monday - Friday -10am - 3pm; HIV Counseling and Testing: Wednesday: 5-7pm; Friday: 1- 3pm

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; drug reimbursement; early intervention services; emergency financial assistance; food bank; heatlh education/risk reduction; health insurance assistance; home delivered meals; home health care; housing assistance; legal services; medical case management; nutrition; medical transportation; mental health therapy ; non-medical case management; oral health; outpatient substance abuse services; treatment adherence counseling

Ochsner Medical Center: Department of Infectious Diseases

1514 Jefferson Hwy, New Orleans, LA 70121

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Odyssey House Community Health Center

1125 N Tonti, New Orleans, LA 70119

communityclinic@ohlinc.org

Hour of Operation: Monday 8am-7pm; Tuesday-Friday 8am-5pm

Ruth U. Fertel/ Tulane Community Health Center

711 N Broad St., New Orleans, LA, 70119-4206

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

South Broad Community Health

3300 S Broad St., New Orleans, LA, 70125-2942

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

St. Thomas at Mahalia Jackson

2405 Jackson Ave., Building B, Suite 222, New Orleans, LA 70113

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 7am-3pm

St. Thomas Church

1936 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA, 70130-5016

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

St. Thomas Community Health Center

1020 St. Andrew St., New Orleans, LA 70130

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5pm

Trinity Counseling and Training Center

2108 Coliseum St., New Orleans, LA 70130

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Tulane Adolescent Drop-in Clinic

611 N Rampart St., New Orleans, LA, 70112-3505

Hour of Operation: Pediatric clinic: Monday-Friday 9am-12pm; Adolescent drop-in clinic: Monday-Friday 1pm-4pm; Teen clinic drop-in: Monday and Wednesday 5pm-8pm

University Medical Center New Orleans - Infectious Disease Center

2000 Canal St, Ambulatory Care Bldg- 4C, New Orleans, LA 70112

Hour of Operation: PMC: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm; Dental Clinic: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4pm

Primary Services: Ambulatory/outpatient medical care; emergency financial assistance; health insurance assistance; local pharmacy assistance program (medications); oral health care (dental)

Brotherhood Incorporated

Primary Contact: Bridget Cloud, Client Care Coordinator

2714 Canal St., Suite 503, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 566-7955

vmagee@brotherhhoodinc.org

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

Mission: "The mission of Brotherhood, Incorporated is to develop and implement programs and services that impact the economic, social, and health disparities that exist within underserved and at risk communities through education, enlightenment and empowerment." -http://brotherhoodinc.org/

Primary Services: HIV testing; housing for those with HIV/AIDS; outreach; referrals

Concerned Citizens for a Better Algiers, Inc.

Primary Contact: Roberta B. Brown, Exectutive Director and Founder

1409-17 Nunez Street, New Orleans, LA 70114

(504) 362-7583

Hour of Operation: 24 hours

Mission: "Concerned Citizens For a Better Algiers, Inc.'s primary focus is to take the lead in transforming the dreams of our community into reality." -http://www.ccfaba.org/

Primary Services: Transitional housing; affordable housing; substance abuse counseling

Great Expectations Foundation

Primary Contact: Tamara Hagen

4298 Elysian Fields Ave., Suite B; New Orleans, LA 70122

(504) 288-7818

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friay 8am-4:30pm

Primary Services: Short-term rent, mortgage, and utilities assistance for individuals living with HIV/AIDS

Odyssey House Louisiana

1125 North Tonti, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 821-9211

http://www.ohlinc.org/contact

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission: "Established in 1973, the mission of Odyssey House Louisiana is to provide holistic and client-centered services in a safe environment that address the full continuum of special care needs for the state of Louisiana." -http://www.ohlinc.org/about

Primary Services: Short and long term housing

Project Lazarus

PO Box 3906, New Orleans, Louisiana

(504) 949-3609

Info@ProjectLazarus.net

Hour of Operation:

24 hours

Mission:

"The mission of Project Lazarus is to help heal and empower people living with HIV/AIDS by focusing on wellness, providing housing and offering important support services." -http://www.projectlazarus.net/

Primary Services:

Transitional housing to people living with HIV/AIDS; substance abuse programs and counseling

UNITY

2475 Canal Street, Suite 300, New Orleans, LA 70119

(504) 821-4496

Hour of Operation: 24 hours

Mission: "Our mission is to coordinate community partnerships to prevent, reduce, and end homelessness." -http://unitygno.org/about-us/mission-history/

Primary Services: Housing for homeless

Community Leadership Messages

“Coming out as a trans person has been shaping my coming out as a person living with HIV. It's still something that may be very, very scary in the present, but it is something necessary to smash the stigma and spread the truth about HIV. People think that HIV is some looming, dreaded disease, but really and truly, it's something that we can live with and manage. It's just like any other epidemic. That's what I want: forming groups governed by trans people, for trans people, to show that we are capable. We are individuals that are capable of great benevolence; of great knowledge; and also of humanness, compassion, beauty.”

Jada Mercedes Cardona
Executive Director
Transitions Louisiana

"Health and humanity must go hand and hand."

David Armstead
Chair
New Orleans Regional AIDS Planning Council

“The sigma often associated with a diagnosis of HIV and AIDS remains an obstacle to quality care and treatment even today. A positive diagnosis is no longer the death sentence that it used to be. Today, this is an extremely manageable disease, especially if patients seek treatment early.”

Noel Twilbeck Jr.
CEO
NO/AIDS Task Force

"Black women who use drugs, struggling with addiction, don’t get the option to go to treatment, You get jail time."

Deon Haywood
Executive Director
Women With a Vision

“Southern Louisiana, including New Orleans and Baton Rouge, is constantly in the top 10 cities in the United States for new cases of HIV and AIDS. There are many reasons why Southern Louisiana has been hit so hard with theHIV/AIDS epidemic. Race, poverty and poor education are some of the main drivers for the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Southern Louisiana”

MarkAlain Dery
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Director of the Tulane T-Cell Clinic, Medical Director of the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program

“People living with HIV need help to set goals toward viral suppression after they're newly diagnosed. We focus too much on getting people tested and not much on the benefits of living a healthy life with HIV, being part of the prevention solution, and playing a role to curb HIV in our community. It's about being healthy beyond "test and treat" and reinforcing people living with HIV to achieve long term goals and better health outcomes.”

Dorian Alexander
Policy Fellow
CHANGE Coalition

“We are on the frontlines of the HIV epidemic in New Orleans and as a Fast Track City we at CrescentCare will continue our on-going efforts to scale-up access to treatment and prevention."

Jason Halperin
Infectious Diseases Physician
CrescentCare Health

“CrescentCare and the City of New Orleans are working together to fulfill our commitment to the Fast Track Cities Initiative. Together we’ve started over 100 people on therapy within days of their diagnosis- treatment is prevention, and with a coordinated citywide effort, we will get there.”

Nicholas Van Sickels
CEO
CrescentCare Health

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