NJ Department of Health HIV Services

NJDOH offers access to HIV services to anyone who is infected with the virus.  Our HIV/AIDS site includes an interactive map that helps you identify a testing center near you.

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For Families

Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) programs are funded by Part D of the Ryan White Care Act (RWPD)

What Services are Provided by RWPD?

New Jersey's Family Centered HIV Care Network provides a full range of high quality, culturally sensitive and coordinated HIV/AIDS medical and social support services to women, children, and adolescents throughout the state. The services offered aim to the meet the physical and mental health needs at all stages of life.

Who is eligible for RWPD Services?

Women, infants, children, and youth who are infected or affected with HIV/AIDS are eligible for RWPD services.

Are there income requirements?

No, there are no income requirements for RWPD Services.

Is there a cost for RWPD Services?

No, there is no cost for RWPD Services.

Last Reviewed: 7/14/2017