Mexico City 95-95-95 Targets




Mexico City HIV Care Continuum




Claudia Sheinbaum
Mayor of Mexico City
HIV Services

Genoa 30, house H, floor 1, Col. Juárez, Zona Rosa, Del. Cuauhtémoc, CDMX, CP 06600

(+52) 55661528

Asociación Mexicana de Servicios Asistenciales en VIH/SIDA

Rio Nazas 135 - 4, Col. Cuatemoc, Delegacion Cuatemoc, México, D.F. 06500

+52 55 5525 7417

Ave de Mexico

Querétaro 246, 3er. piso, Colonia Roma, 06700 Cuauhtémoc, D.F

52 55 1054 3212

CENSIDA - Centro Nacional para la Prevención y Control del SIDA

 Calle Herschel No. 119, 6° piso, Col. Verónica Anzures entre Rousseau y Eucken, México, D.F. CP 11590

: +52 55 52074077

Centro de Atención Profesional a Personas con SIDA (CAPPSIDA)

Gumersindo Esquer 34, Col. Asturias C.P. 06850, Del. Cuauhtémoc, México, D. F.

+52 55 5740 3402

Clínica CONDESA (AHF Clinic)

Benjamín  Hill  24,  Col.  Condesa,  Deleg.  Cuauhtémoc,  C.P.  6140

(+52)  55158311;   (+52)  52716439

Colectivo Sol

Cerrada Cuauhnochtli # 11, Cerca de Periférico y Tlalpan, Col. Pueblo Quieto, CP 14040 Tlalpan, D.F.

+52 55 5606 7216

Condesa Iztapalapa Clinic

Av. Combate de Celaya s / n, UH Vicente Guerrero. Del. Iz-tapalapa, CDMX. CP 09730

(+5255) 5038 1700

DETECTA @ México Vivo

Bajío 295, Col. Roma Sur, Del. Cuauhtémoc, CDMX, CP 06760

(+5255) 7452-3461

Fundación Mexicana Para la Salud (Funsalud)

 Periférico Sur # 4809, Col. El Arenal Tepepan, Delegación Tlalpan, 14610 México DF, México

: +52 55 5655 9011

FundaSida - Fundación Mexicana para la lucha contra el SIDA A.C

Calle 19, # 75 Col. San Pedro de los Pinos, Del Benito Juárez, CP 03800 México DF

 +52 55 15 79 13

Red Mexicana de Personas que Viven con VIH/SIDA, A.C.

Francisco Ayala 59 (Planta Baja), entre Jose Maria Roa Barcenas y Juan A. Mateos, Col. Vista Alegre, 06860 Cuauahtemoc, Distrito Federal

52 55 5273 7308

Wellness Center Ciudad de México (AHF Clinic)

Florencia  41.  Col.  Juarez,  Del.  Cuauhtemos  D.F.

(+52)  52648208

São Paulo

Community Leadership Messages

"Several people have told me that the virus is not important, but it is not like that, I hope I can help many people protect themselves and not go through what my family and I have gone through.

We need to provide more openness, love and consideration for the people of our community. I firmly reject the discrimination amongst ourselves in the LGBTQ community. People living with HIV become victims of these type of discriminatory acts. We must begin to unite as a community to achieve real improvement, where we can accept each other, no matter where we come from, who we are, where we are going … We need to accept ourselves.”

Diego Ruiz
HIV Positive YouTube Influencer in Mexico City

“At first you think 'I'm going to die', and from that moment many things start to change in your mind. Later, as you inform yourself, since you start to really see the picture, you realize that living with HIV is like living with any other chronic degenerative disease. I had to make some changes in my habits.”

Alberto, 27 years old
HIV positive and Virally Suppressed

“Despite the advances, there are barriers that make it difficult to end the HIV epidemic. Many things have changed in twenty years, people’s perception of the illness has changed, people see this not as a serious illness but as a chronic disease. But I think what persists is a stigma on how it was acquired: this has to do with your sex life, it has to do with the bad, the dirty, the sinful. People have learned to discriminate without being so obvious; Before they said, 'do not come in', today you come in but there are certain restrictions. There are always other ways to exclude people. Those who work with patients must be much more careful. A whole series of discriminatory ramifications persist.”

Dr. Carlos Garcia, 57 years old
HIV Positive Dental Surgeon

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