Provide medical care to people living with HIV and prescribing the latest HIV treatment regimens.
The specialized HIV pediatric provide a single point of contact and comprehensive, family-focused services for HIV-infected newborns, children, adolescents and HIV-exposed infants. 3.
The UCLA OBGYN Clinic at West Medical Building in Westwood provides comprehensive, high-quality, obstetric and gynecologic health services to women living with HIV who are pregnant or are considering becoming pregnant.
Mental Health Services
Ask about mental health services available to you to receive support on how to deal with your diagnosis and other life challenges.
Case Managers help you in your journey living with HIV by connecting you to community recources and benefit programs.
Support groups are facilitated by a trained social worker who creates a safe space where members are able to hold discussions on disclosure, family, relationships and other HIV related topics.
A retention specialist will help you reconnect you with medical and support services.
Dental Linkage to Care Services
Los Angeles Family AIDS Network (LAFAN) has developed a dental health assessment to increase the linkage to oral health care in 2019. Our mission is to improve access to preventative services and dental care in order to prevent oral health disease and increase dental hygiene. For more information, please contact Maritza Ramirez at (310) 794-2924 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A specialized HIV registered dietician will work with you to create a nutritional plan and help you establish healthy eating habits.
AIDS Drug Assistance Program
The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is a state-administered program that provides HIV approved medications to low-income clients living with HIV who have no coverage or limited health care coverage.
A number of our sites are part of the NIH-funded International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials group (IMPAACT), providing access to state of the art clinical trials for HIV-positive pregnant women and adolescents HIV-exposed and infected infants, and HIV-infected children.