Find organizations that offer testing for HIV, hepatitis C and sexually transmitted infections.
Access primary healthcare (direct clinical assistance) for physical health. This includes HIV and hepatitis C treatment clinics and hospitals.
Find services that focus on mental health, and emotional wellness and support.
Access harm reduction services, including sterile drug use equipment, overdose prevention sites, safer consumption sites and other services for people who use drugs.
Connect with community-based organizations that provide support for people living with or at risk of HIV. A range of services may be offered, including testing, treatment, prevention and educational information.
Find organizations that offer pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).
Get sexual health resources, including safer sex information and tools.
Access housing assistance and support, including housing case management, referrals and help finding housing.
Find services like food banks, meal programs and other practical assistance like transportation.
Get assistance that involves the law/lawyers or legal assistance for people living with HIV and/or hepatitis C.
Find complementary therapies and health promotion services to support physical health.
Get financial help, income support and employment services.