Orange County Health Care Agency

Orange County Health Care Agency

Program Description: Orange County Health Care Agency – Special Disease Services is an STD clinic in Santa Ana, California. This clinic offers tests and treatment for HIV, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis and hepatitis A, B, C vaccine.


1725 W. 17th Street Room 101N

Santa Ana, CA 92706


Hours: Mon-Fri 8am – 4pm/ Sat 10am- 4pm

Languages: English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog

Fees: None

Ventura County Health Care Agency

Ventura County Health Care Agency

Program Description: Ventura County Health Care Agency is a clinic that provides Chlamydia Testing, HIV testing (blood and oral), Gonorrhea Testing, Hepatitis A and B Vaccine, Herpes Testing, HPV Vaccine.

            Provides general medical care as well.

            Address:                                                        Languages: English and Spanish

            2500 S C St Ste B-1 Oxnard, CA 93033

805-981-5221 (main) 888-285-5012 (toll free)            Fees: None

Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm

California State University Long Beach

California State University Long Beach
Center for Behavioral Research and Services – Multiple Morbidity Testing

Program Description: Provides anonymous and confidential testing, treatment, and counseling for HIV, hepatitis A, B, C, gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis

1090 Atlantic Ave.
Long Beach, CA   90813
562 495-2330
Hours: Mon-Thurs 9 am – 12 pm and 1 pm – 4pm / Fri 9 am – 12 pm

APLA – AIDS Project Los Angeles

APLA – AIDS Project Los Angeles

Housing Assistance, HIV/STD Testing, Counseling Services, Treatment Education, Nutrition Education

AIDS Project Los Angeles programs and services are designed to promote self-sufficiency for people living with HIV/AIDS, to support positive medical outcomes, and to keep people living with HIV/AIDS in care and treatment programs.

APLA provides services in multiple locations, including at The David Geffen Center in Koreatown (our main site), at the S. Mark Taper Foundation in South Los Angeles, at AV Hope Services in the Antelope Valley and throughout West Hollywood.

View the program descriptions below to find the most convenient site for you.

For all services, eligibility requirements apply. For more information, including hours and directions, please call 213.201.1600 or visit our Contact Us page.

All programs below are offered at The David Geffen Center and other locations as noted.

Benefits & Insurance

The Benefits & Insurance Program provides expertise on HIV-related benefits and insurance issues. Benefits experts at APLA provide guidance on accessing a variety of public health care programs available to people with HIV/AIDS. Work Services provides counseling, direction and advocacy for people living with HIV/AIDS who are planning for their futures.

Case Management

Case Management Services are for people living with HIV/AIDS who need guidance and referrals as they navigate Los Angeles County’s medical, mental health and social services systems. Also in West Hollywood.


Clientline provides access to staff-trained and supervised interns or volunteers who answer questions and provide information about accessing services at APLA and throughout the community.

APLA Dental Services

APLA Dental Services offers offers a full range of dental care by professional staff in state-of-the-art facilities and through a mobile dental clinic, which reaches people living in underserved regions of Los Angeles. Clinics in downtown Los Angeles and South Los Angeles. For information on the mobile clinic schedule, please call 213.201.1388.


HIV L.A. & VIH L.A. are comprehensive directories – in English and Spanish, respectively – of HIV/AIDS services across Los Angeles County. HIV L.A. is printed in traditional magazine format and contains more than 1,600 service listings in 31 categories. HIV L.A. and VIH L.A. are also available as fully searchable, bilingual online databases at

Home Health

The Home Health Department provides intensive home and community based medical case management, psychosocial services and attendant care to clients diagnosed with symptomatic HIV or AIDS.

APLA International

APLA has partnered with several organizations across the globe to prevent HIV both at home and abroad. Current activities and partnerships exist in India, China, Latin America and South Africa.

Mental Health

Mental Health Services offers short-term individual, couples and family counseling, addictive behaviors counseling, support groups, on-call clinician hours and long-term therapy (for clients who meet eligibility criteria) with volunteer licensed therapists. Also in West Hollywood.

NOLP Food Pantries

The Necessities of Life Program (NOLP) Food Pantries provides food assistance to low-income qualifying individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS. Locations countywide.

Nutrition Education

The Nutrition Education Program advocates for early and ongoing medical nutrition therapy for all people living with HIV/AIDS. Click here for Nutrition classes calendar listings. Locations countywide.

Residential Services

The Residential Services Program assists people living with HIV/AIDS and their families to find and maintain safe, stable, affordable and permanent housing through Housing Case Management and the Housing Information Services Clearinghouse (HISC).

Treatment Adherence

The Treatment Adherence Program offers up-to-date information about HIV disease and related illnesses, treatment options and available clinical trials for persons with HIV disease and ongoing education and support to ensure compliance with prescribed treatment regimens.

Work Services

APLA’s Work Services Program provides counseling, direction and advocacy for people living with HIV who are planning for their futures.

If you have questions about APLA, becoming a client or about any of the services we offer, call us at 213.201.1600 during normal business hours or send an e-mail. We are happy to help.

The Get Help section of this Web site includes:

  • Eligibility Requirements for Programs & Services
  • Programs & Services
  • Registration Forms


Los Angeles LGBT Center

Los Angeles LGBT Center

Education, Housing, Legal Services, and Medical services are all offered.  Below there are more details on each.

LGBT youth who don’t feel safe or welcome in traditional high schools can finish their education in our charter high school and we help homeless LGBT youth earn their GED. We also offer adults the opportunity to develop new skills and realize their potential through personal enrichment courses, workshops and experiences.

 And by providing affordable meeting and event space for LGBT groups, clubs and organizations, we’re helping to foster the growth and strength of the entire LGBT community.

Los Angeles LGBT Center Transitional Housing Program
Ages 18-24

Free; Up to 18 months; 24-beds

Youth Center on Highland

122- N Highland Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90038


Mon-Fri: 8:30am-5:30pm

Sat-Sun: 8:30am-4:30pm

Los Angeles LGBT Center Legal Clinic

Highland Annex
1220 N. Highland Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90038


Los Angeles LGBT Center (Medical)

Program Description: Provides general medical care. Medi-Cal as well as most insurance is accepted. The Center will work with individuals to find out what financial programs they qualify for (eg. Medi-Cal). Provides free STD testing and treatment as well as hepatitis vaccine to low/no income individuals. HPV vaccine (Gardasil) also available ($130 per dose and three doses).


McDonald/Wright Building:
1625 N Schrader Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 860-5855
BUS ROUTES: Buses run along Sunset and Hollywood
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm; Appointments given priority; walk-ins accepted but not guaranteed at this location

FEES: Free STD Testing and Treatment; Hepatitis Vaccines at cost —
Hep A: 2 shots; one now, one in six months; $48/shot
Hep B: 3 shots; $69 / shot
Hep A/B Combo Shot: 3 shots; $38 / shot

The Spot:
745 N San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069
(323) 993-7440
BUS ROUTES: Buses run along Santa Monica Blvd.
Hours: STD Testing – Mon-Fri 11am-7pm; STD Treatment (by appointment ONLY): Mon, Wed – 11am-7pm; Tuesdays: 5:30-7pm
FEES: Free STD Testing and Treatment
Hepatitis Vaccines not offered at this location

Alliance for Housing and Healing

Alliance for Housing and Healing
825 Colorado Blvd., Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90041


Permanent supportive housing, housing case management, group homes for populations living with HIV/AIDs.

Permanent Supportive Housing

For multi-diagnosed people living with HIV/AIDS, a stable place to live is critical to connecting to specialized care, adhering to often comlicated treatment regimens and to fostering the built-in support system that a family so often provides. CHOISS (Community Housing Options and Independent Supportive Sites – pronounced “choice”) is designed to allow destitute individuals dealing with symptomatic HIV and a verified second diagnosis–such as mental illness, substance abuse or physical disability–to live on their own, either alone or with family members, rather than on the street.

The housing consists of nearly 150 rental units leased across Los Angeles County. Alliance for Housing and Healing acts as liaison between the property manager and the CHOISS client, assisting its residents–who may be completely new to the responsibilities of independent living–on everything from understanding a lease agreement to general housekeeping. Alliance for Housing and Healing subsidizes rent, a portion of telephone and utilities and handles move-in, maintenance and lease-increase costs. Persons who are indigent pay no rent.

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Group Homes

With four group homes licensed as Residential Care Facilities for the Chronically Ill (RCFCI), we operate the longest-running assisted living programs for people living with HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles County. Casa Los Angeles is in the Pico-Crenshaw area, Casa Madona is near Downtown Los Angeles, and Soldano House and Casa de Corazon are in Long Beach.

​Under the direction of on-site residence managers, homes are staffed around the clock by caring, bilingual/bicultural certified nursing assistants (CNAs) trained to handle medical emergencies and supervise the daily care of our residents. CNAs also clean and disinfect the homes and prepare nutritionally balanced, HIV-specific meals that accommodate the complex requirements of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART). A nurse case management team (registered nurse and social worker-MSW) provides on-site medical, nursing and social services. For services not provided on site, residents are linked with outside providers.

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Housing Case Management
Through the Housing Case Management Program, clients are able to overcome many of the barriers to finding and holding on to a stable place to live. Each client maps out an individualized service plan in conjunction with Alliance for Housing and Healing support staff and the case manager from the referral agency. Plans include short and long-term objectives based upon client goals and are designed to improve quality of life. All residents are assisted with their life challenges by Alliance for Housing and Healing professionals, who in turn work in close collaboration with more than 100 social service and medical providers to connect residents with a wide range of resources. These include HIV/AIDS medical care, HIV/AIDS education, mental health counseling, alcohol and drug-abuse services, case management, parenting skills, legal referrals, benefits counseling, transportation, and food banks. Alliance for Housing and Healing support staff regularly visit clients in their homes to monitor their progress and advocate on their behalf. A housing coordinator works with each household to ensure its physical needs are met and that client confidentiality is assured. – See more at: