Greater Philadelphia AIDS Resource Guide

Posted by Philadelphia FIGHT on December 08, 2014

As World AIDS Day has arrived, I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you that 2013 The Greater Philadelphia AIDS Resource Guide is available at The AIDS Library, 1233 Locust Street, 2nd Floor.

The Resource Guide contains over 800 listings of social service agencies in and around Philadelphia offering a wide range of support.

The guide also offers an HIV Dental and Clinic Guide, listing medical providers specializing in HIV in and around Philadelphia, a Testing Guide, providing HIV testing sites in Philadelphia, Suburban Philadelphia, and New Jersey, a Spanish Guide, listing, in Spanish, those agencies offering Spanish speaking staff at all times, and a Faith Guide, offering a listing of congregations of a variety of denominations that are open and affirming to those living with HIV/AIDS. Attached to each resource guide, is The Greater Philadelphia Housing Guide, which lists critical housing resources in Philadelphia.

We want to give you this book, so you can use it to support your clients. Email or call me, Cayden Halligan at or 215-985-4448 x238 , and let me know when you will be coming to The Library to pick up your copy!

Or you can drop by the library Monday, Wednesday or Friday from 1pm to 5pm, or Tuesday or Thursday from 1pm to 6pm and we’ll have one for you.

The Resource Guide is also available online as a searchable database, that when used on a smartphone brings up results close to your location.

Find the database here, on The AIDS Library’s website.

Finally, we are in the midst of updating the resources in the guide for the 2015 publication this June. If your organization is not in the guide, and you’d like to be, you can fill out this form and we’ll add you!

We’d love to add you.

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