LIVING
WITH HIV

“As an advocate and activist, I understand the significance in removing the burden of stigma for those with HIV/AIDS and those taking PrEP. In order for AIDS Free Pittsburgh to succeed, our community must fight this fear and ignorance and conquer this disease! And I promise to continue to fight this battle and win!”

BART RAULUK, ACTIVIST

HIV is a manageable condition that can be treated with medications. Although medications cannot cure HIV, they can help people with HIV live longer, healthier lives. Other services available to people living with HIV include:

CASE MANAGEMENT

HIV PRIMARY CARE

  • Central Outreach Wellness Center  * Located in the North Side area of Pittsburgh. To schedule an appointment, call 412-322-4151. Accepts major insurance and offers a sliding scale fee system for those who are uninsured.
  • Latterman Family Health Center  * Located in McKeesport. To schedule an appointment, call the health center between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm at 412-673-5504. Part of UPMC.
  • Pittsburgh AIDS Center for Treatment (PACT)  * Located in the Oakland area of Pittsburgh. To schedule an appointment, call 412-647-7228 or 1-877-788-7228. Part of UPMC.
  • Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force (PATF)  * Located in the East Liberty area of Pittsburgh. To make an appointment, call 412-248-0550. Accepts all major insurance and will see any patient regardless of insurance status or ability to pay.
  • Positive Health Clinic  * Located in the North Side area of Pittsburgh. To schedule an appointment, call 412-359-3360. Part of Allegheny Health Network.
  • *Will see patients regardless of ability to pay.
  • SUPPORT GROUPS