AIDS Service Organizations

This list was provided by the Missouri Dept. of Health & Senior Services

St. Louis Area ASOs

AIDS Clinical Trial Unit - Washington University School of Medicine
Services: Treatment trials for various stages of HIV infection. All HIV positive individuals can be screened for possible participation in a clinical study.
Phone: (314) 454-0058
Address: 660 S. Euclid Campus Box 8051, St. Louis, MO 63110
Website: http://actu.im.wustl.edu

AIDS Foundation of St. Louis
Services: Creates financial support for local organizations dedicated to providing high-quality direct services and educational programs to all people affected by the growing HIV/AIDS epidemic; and sponsors the annual AIDS Walk. The foundation also strives to facilitate cooperation and mutual support among area service organizations.
Phone: (314) 367-7273
Email: aidstl@earthlink.net
Website: http://www.aidstl.org

AIDS Interfaith Network
Services: Information is provided to congregations that wish to assist people who are HIV positive and/or those who want to care for HIV positive individuals but don't know where to turn for help. Assistance is also given to those who want to minister to HIV positive individuals as well as understand sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases.
Phone: (314) 402-3548 or (314) 645-6451

AIDS Memorial Quilt - NAMES Project - St. Louis Chapter
Services: Provides Quilt panels for display throughout Missouri and Illinois. It maintains an educational outreach program, panel making workshops, emotional support services and a speaker's bureau in support of displays of the Quilt.
Phone: (314) 361-5113 or (314) 995-4638
Address: PO Box 11251 Clayton, MO 63105
Email: mmcgrathstl@aol.com
Website: http://www.stlquilt.org

American Red Cross - St. Louis Bi-State Chapter
Services: Provides educational programs on how to stop the transmission of HIV, how to respond in informative ways to people who have HIV, and how to apply the facts about HIV to moderate or change destructive behavior. Their programs include a basic HIV/AIDS program, a workplace program, programs for youth, and programs specific to African Americans and Hispanics.
Phone: (314) 516-2748
Address: 10195 Corporate Square Drive, St. Louis, MO 63132
Website: http://www.redcrossstl.org

Catholic AIDS Ministry
Services: Provides one time utility/rental assistance, burial assistance, and HIVprevention education. Partners with other organizations to sponsor activities in the St. Louis area around HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention. Spearheads toiletry drives around St. Louis to benefit clients. Other services include a speakers bureau for churches and school groups; a 24 hour referral line; and a care team support.
Phone: (314) 533-0304
Address: 1118 N. Grand, St. Louis, MO 63106
Website: http://www.stalphonsusrock.org

Community Alternatives
Services: Outreach and brief case management services provided to people with HIV/AIDS who also suffer from mental health and/or substance abuse disorders.
Phone: (314) 772-8801
Locations: St. Louis Office: 3738 Chouteau, Suite 200, St. Louis, MO 63110
North County Satellite Office: Medical Building North 12255 DePaul Drive, Suite 250 Bridgeton, MO 63044
Email: mail@community-alternatives.org 
Website: http://www.community-alternatives.org

Community Health In Partnership (CHIPS)
Services: Primary health care services provided to insured, underinsured, Medicaid and Medicare.
Phones: (314) 652-9231
Address: 2431 North Grand, St. Louis MO 63106

Community Wellness Project
Services: Provide HIV prevention and early intervention services, HIV counseling and testing, outreach, syphilis screenings, and capacity building assistance services.
Phone: (314) 421 - 9600
Address: 906 Olive Ste 525, St. Louis, MO 63101
Email: cwpgroup@sbcglobal.net

Doorways
Services: Doorways provides housing and housing related services to HIV infected individuals and families. Programs are designed to increase access to primary healthcare, adherence to medical regimens, and the social services necessary for the most effective and cost efficient treatment, management, and prevention of HIV/AIDS.
Phone: (314) 535-1919
Address: 4385 Maryland Avenue St. Louis, MO 63108
Website: www.doorwayshousing.org

Dream House - Faith House
Services: Transitional living for adolescents (13-21) at-risk or living with HIV.
Phone: (314) 367-6002
Website: http://www.faithvillage.org

Food Outreach
Services: Provides a nutritional program to help people with HIV/AIDS maintain their health and independence, including groceries and homemade meals, nutritional education and counseling, and home delivery.
Phone: (314) 652-3663
Address: 3117 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103
Website: http://www.foodoutreach.org

Helena Hatch Special Care Center for Women with AIDS
Services: Provides services and research for women with HIV/AIDS, and strives to decrease the rate of mother-to-child HIV transmission.
Phone: (314) 747-1206
Address: 660 S. Euclid Campus Box 8051, St. Louis, MO 63110
Website: http://hhscc.wustl.edu/

HIV Vaccine Trials Unit - St. Louis University School of Medicine
Services: HIV Vaccine Trial Unit works to develop an HIV vaccine through clinical trials, focus groups, and a community advisory board.
Phone: (314) 977-9644
Address: Drummond Hall Suite 103, 3691 Rutger, St. Louis, MO 63110
Email: hvtu@slu.edu 
Website: http://medschool.slu.edu/hvtu

Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, Inc. - Special Projects Unit
Services: Legal Aid provides legal assistance to the low-income community. The 'Special Project Unit' offers free legal assistance for those living with HIV/AIDS.
Phone: (314) 534-4200 Ext. 1224 or (800) 444-0514 Ext. 1224
Address: 4232 Forest Park Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
Website: http://www.lsem.org

Metropolitan Center for HIV/AIDS Services (Metro AIDS)
Services: Provides service coordination/case management, as well as support groups and counseling. Referral services include HIV antibody testing, physical referral and/or services, dental services, substance abuse services, housing assistance, HIV/AIDS transportation access, utility assistance, food service, and legal services.
Phone: (314) 977-5188
Address: 634 N. Grand Blvd, Suite 444 St. Louis, MO 63103

Metro St. Louis HIV Health Services Planning Council
Services: The Planning Council plans for, and designs the present and future system of care for persons with HIV, in a way that is comprehensive, culturally sensitive, and reflective of the metropolitan St. Louis HIV community.
Phone: (314) 977-8143
Address: St. Louis University School of Public Health, Salus Center, 3545 Lafayette Ave., Room 364, St. Louis, MO 63104
Website: http://www.stlpc.org

New Hope Comprehensive Care Clinic - St. Louis University School of Medicine
Services: Provides comprehensive HIV clinical care and access to supportive social services.
Phone: (314) 268-5448
Address: 3635 Vista @ Grand FDT-8N, St. Louis, MO 63110

PAWS/St. Louis
Services: Assists people with HIV/AIDS to keep their animals (pets) at home with them by supplying vet services, food, and litter.
Phone: (314) 754-0132
Email: jlevdansky@stlefa.org
Website: www.stlefa.org/programs_and_services/paws

People's Health Center
Services: Provides dental, internal medicine, and pediatric care; laboratory/X-ray services; community outreach and Women's health; pharmacy; WIC, and social services (including HIV counseling and testing).
Phone: (314) 367-7848
Address: 5701 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63112
Email: info@phcenters.com 
Website: http://www.phcenters.org

Peter and Paul Community Services - Positive Directions Program
Services: Provides transitional housing for homeless HIV positive individuals; substance abuse groups, peer support groups, HIV education groups. A referral from Ryan White case manager is required.
Phone: (314) 771-5400
Address: 2703 Keokuk, St. Louis, MO 63118

Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region
Services: Provides HIV counseling and testing, educational programs, birth control/condoms, and STI testing and treatment.
Locations:
Central West End: 4251 Forest Park Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63108 (314) 531-7526
Ballwin (636) 227-8575; Florissant (314) 921-4445;
St. Peters (636) 926-2070; South Grand (314) 865-1850
Website: http://www.ppslr.org

Project ARK (AIDS Resources and Knowledge) 
Services: Provides services to women, children, youth, and families infected or affected by HIV. Services include pediatric HIV specialty care teams, a mother-child clinic, Camp Hope, Steps for Kids, legacy and permanency planning, family support groups, Families Night Out, and respite care. Project ARK also has a women's program serving women and their families living with HIV, including case management, mental health and special events. The HEY (Health and Education for Youth) program serves youth living HIV or at-risk for HIV infection, including outreach, prevention, and counseling and testing.
Phone: (314) 535-7275
Address: 4169 Laclede Ave., St. Louis, MO 63108
Website: http://projectark.wustl.edu

Regional Education Advocacy Coalition HIV/AIDS St. Louis (R.E.A.C.H.)
Services: Care case management, transitional case management, prevention case management, case finding, support group services, HIV/AIDS education, counseling and testing for HIV/AIDS and syphilis.
Phone: (314) 865-1600
Address: 625 N. Euclid, Suite 320, St. Louis, MO 63108
Website: http://www.reachstlouis.org

St. Louis Connect Care
Services: Provides primary support for HIV-infected clients.
Phone: (314) 879-6361
Address: 5535 Delmar, #116, St. Louis, MO 63112
Website: http://www.saintlouisconnectcare.com/

St. Louis Effort for AIDS
Services: Provides HIV testing, case management, confidential support groups, client services, outreach education programs, treatment education programs, an AIDS Education Center, Speakers/Exhibit Bureau, a treatment issues library, and a Work Place Re-Entry Program.
Phone: (314) 645-6451
Address: 1027 S. Vandeventer, Suite 700, St. Louis, MO 63110
Website: http://www.stlefa.org

Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis
Services: Assists African Americans and others throughout the region in the achievement of social and economic equality through advocacy, coalition building, program services, and by promoting communication and understanding between the races. The HIV program provides referrals to HIV prevention, counseling and testing, and cares services; social marketing, and coordination of the African American AIDS Alliance.
Phone: 314-615-3600
Address: 3701 Grandel Square, St. Louis, MO 63108
Website: http://www.ulstl.org

Washington University, School of Medicine, Division of Infectious Disease
Services: Provides comprehensive HIV clinical care and access to supportive social services. Access by referral to a full range of clinical specialty services including OB/GYN care and referral to current AIDS clinical trials - available to all eligible patients (participation not required for clinical care).
Phone: (314) 747-1206
Address: 660 S. Euclid, Campus Box 8051, St. Louis, MO 63110
Website: http://id.wustl.edu

Williams and Associates, Inc.
Services: Provides street and community outreach, support groups, HIV counseling and testing, and referrals to other organizations.
Phone: (314) 531-2284
Address: 3618 N. Spring Ave., St. Louis, MO 63107
Email: info@wmsandassoc.org
Website: http://www.wmsandassoc.org

This list was provided by the Missouri Dept. of Health & Senior Services