The CDC contains a multitude of resources to find and access HIV care and treatment, assistance paying for treatment, HIV specific mental health treatment, housing and employment opportunities, and information on how to destigmatize the HIV experience. To access resources you can visit Living with HIV section on the CDC’s website.
Rainbow House primarily houses youth ages 12-21 with chronic health conditions and/or expectant and parenting youth.
To get into contact, refer to the below information.
Vivian D. Harmon, M.Ed., MSW, LSW
John S. Watson Sr. Building
2205 Pennington Road, Trenton, NJ 08638
Hyacinth is an organization that provides assistance to individuals living with HIV. Their goal is to reduce the HIV/AIDS epidemic, give information about harm reduction programs, and offer volunteer opportunities. The Hyacinth offices offer varying services that are specific to location, which can be viewed on the site.
General line: (732) 246-0204
Hotline: (800) 433-0254
EDGE serves communities by assisting people who are at risk or infected with HIV. Services provided are free condoms, nPEP and PrEP program linkage, mental health counseling, STI testing and education. You can visit EDGE New Jersey’s website for more information.
Provides housing assistance to low-income individuals with HIV/AIDS. For more information, go to the Housing Opportunities for Person with AIDS website.