HIV/AIDS RESOURCES

The Source provides services to people living with HIV as well as sexual health prevention services. We understand the unique challenges the LGBT+ population faces regarding their health and we are dedicated to delivering compassionate, client-centered care. Some of the services available include:

People Living with HIV

The Source provides those living with HIV valuable resources such as rental assistance, access to
mental health services, medication copay assistance and assistance with health insurance.
See below for full list of services.

Financial Assistance

The Source can provide utility and rental assistance if you are a person living with HIV/AIDS

Pharmacy Services

Simplified pharmacy access and medication delivery or
pick-up.

Social+Support

The Source holds several peer support groups for
LGBT+ individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Click here for meeting schedule

Mental Health Services

Free mental health services for people living with HIV/AIDS.

Medication/Health Insurance Assistance

Co-pay and monthly health insurance premium payment assistance is available to people living with HIV/AIDS

Nutrition Assistance

The Source holds regular food-drives and
also provides food vouchers to those in need.

Case Management

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Contact Us

Please reach out to Kristin Martin or Joseph Vicenti if you would like to learn more about our services or to enroll.

Kristin Martin

Kristin Martin

kristin@thesourcelgbt.org
(559) 4294277 X 700

Joseph Vicenti

Joseph Vicenti

joseph@thesourcelgbt.org

FREE HIV TESTING @ The SOURCE LGBT+ Center

Make an appointment or walk in for a free, rapid and confidential HIV test. Know your status in 20 minutes and receive a free $10 gift card (while supplies last).

Access to PrEP

The Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Assistance Program (PrEP-AP) Can help cover the cost of PrEP and PrEP-related medical expenses.

• PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by about 99% when taken as prescribed.

• Although there is less information about how effective PrEP is among people who inject drugs, we do know that PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV by at least 74% when taken as prescribed.