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HIV Patient Resources

Information is provided as an educational service only. The Providence HIV Clinic is not responsible for the accuracy of information obtained from other sources – medical or non-medical. Always consult your physician prior to making any changes in your treatment.

African Americans Reach and Teach Health Ministry

A faith-based nonprofit organization established to respond to HIV/AIDS and other major health issues affecting people of African descent.

Centers for Disease Control

Expertise, information and tools to protect and promote health, prevent disease, injury and disability and prepare for new health threats.

North Idaho AIDS Coalition

A non-profit, community-based organization providing care, prevention and advocacy to those infected or affected by HIV/AIDS, with an emphasis on self-determination, dignity, respect, compassion and quality of life.

Northwest AIDS Education and Training Center

The largest HIV clinic in the Pacific Northwest, serving more than 1,300 HIV-infected patients per year, provides training and clinical preceptorships for health care providers.

Spokane AIDS Network

A community-based organization whose mission is to minimize the impact of, and maximize awareness about, AIDS and other consequences of HIV infection in the Inland Northwest.

Spokane Regional Health District

The region’s public health leader and partner, providing HIV education, testing and counseling, outreach center, Needle Exchange Program, sexually transmitted disease (STD) prevention and more.

US Health Resources and Services Administration

The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program provides HIV-related services for those without sufficient health care coverage or financial resources.

A manual, developed to provide clinicians with practical, current treatment information for people living with HIV/AIDS, is available for download here.

Washington State Department of Health

The mission of HIV client services is to reduce the transmission and medical consequences of HIV by assuring that people have access to health care and support services.

Partner Relationships

The HIV Clinic in Spokane has established working relationships with many local and state organizations.

Spokane Aids Network and Spokane Regional Health District case managers work closely with our clinic and our patients.

The HIV/AIDS Substance Abuse Program of New Horizons, a chemical dependency treatment program, relies heavily on The HIV Clinic for related specialty needs.

The Northwest AIDS Education Training Center, funded by the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS program, provides ongoing HIV education to our faculty, internal medicine residents and medical students, plus consultation for extremely complicated patient management issues and program development.