Individual Assistance

Resources ( is the official benefits website of the U.S. government, with information on over 1,000 benefit and assistance programs. This site will help you see if you qualify and are eligible for government benefits programs. En español

National and State HIV Hotlines ( - Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
A listing of HIV/AIDS hotlines by state. To receive nationwide test site referrals, counseling, literature (upon request), clinical trials information referrals, and a wide scope of other HIV/AIDS-related resource information, call the National CDC STD/HIV Hotline at (800) 232-4636.

Office for Civil Rights (Health and Human Services)
Persons with HIV/AIDS who believe they have been discriminated against in health care or human services, or believe that their health information privacy rights have been violated, may be eligible to file a complaint with OCR.

Organizations Database (National Prevention Information Network, CDC)
This database lists over 19,000 local, state, and national organizations which provide HIV/AIDS resources and services, including counseling and testing, case management, health care, and support services.

Social Security For People Living With HIV/AIDS (PDF – 64 KB) (Social Security Administration)
This publication provides information on how individuals living with HIV/AIDS can qualify for and obtain Social Security benefits.

Treatment Hotlines (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Listing of hotlines providing treatment information, consultation, and/or referrals.

Last revised: 05/28/2008