HIV Care & Resources

The following list of HIV care resources provides several locations across Colorado. Click on websites to learn more about the wide range of services available for people living with HIV.

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Clinica Tepeyac Clinic

5075 Lincoln Street, Denver CO 80216

Denver

Denver Metro

Denver

Clinica Tepeyac Clinic has one location that provides care for the people who live in the community near their office on Lincoln Street in Denver. All staff are bilingual. Check out their website for all of the care you’ll find at the Clinica Tepeyac Clinic. The clinic will see folks who are not eligible for insurance due to immigration status for medical visits and get them medicine. HIV medications are always free for people who make less than $63,800/year if they apply for the State Drug Assistance Program. See this section for more info about SDAP. Care is on a sliding scale, with most people paying around $15-20 for a visit and lab work.

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Colorado Health Network

Statewide

Colorado Health Network (CHN) helps people affected by HIV. There were formerly known as Colorado AIDS Project. Click on the website, then click Services for more info. CHN has offices in Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Grand Junction, Greeley, and Pueblo. CHN also has a statewide list of locations where you can get testing and other services. If you got a tattoo while you were incarcerated, you should get testing for HIV and Hep C. Call the office closest to you and ask how.

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Denver Health HIV Primary Care Clinic

Denver Metro

Denver

Denver Community Health Services provides HIV primary care services for patients at their Eastside Family Health Center, Wellington Webb Center for Primary Care, Lowry Family Health Center and the Federico F. Pena Southwest Family Health Center. The HIV primary care clinics allow HIV patients to be seen in a primary care office setting alongside other patients seeking care at the location. Click on website link to learn more and for office locations. Denver Health will see folks who are not eligible for insurance due to immigration status for medical visits and get them medicine. HIV medications are always free for people who make less than $63,800/year if they apply for the State Drug Assistance Program. See this section for more info about SDAP. Care is on a sliding scale, with most people paying around $15-20 for a visit and lab work.

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It Takes a Village

1475 Lima Street, Aurora CO 80010

Denver Metro

Aurora

It Takes a Village works to reduce health and social disparities among people of color in the Denver metro area. Their programs include Brothas4Ever for African-American men, client services for people who are HIV positive, Phenomenal Women for African-American women, Seeking Safety group, STD and HIV testing and counseling, homelessness and rapid rehousing program, substance abuse treatment, and more.

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Ryan White State Drug Assistance Program

Statewide

The Ryan White State Drug Assistance Program (SDAP) helps people pay for HIV medications. The program is open to Colorado residents living with HIV who have an income less than 500% of the Federal Poverty Level. In 2019, the 500% FPL for a household of one is $62,450. Click on the website to learn more. SDAP is the payer of last resort so you must verify you have applied for other forms of payment assistance. You may apply and renew online. Ask your provider for help applying for this program if you need it.

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STRIDE Community Health Center

Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson, and Park counties

Denver Metro

Aurora, Arvada, Englewood, Lakewood, Parker, Wheat Ridge

STRIDE Community Health Center has twenty locations that provide care for people who live in Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson, and Park counties. (STRIDE was formerly known as MCPN). Click on Locations on their website for a list with locations and hours. Call the number listed for an appointment at any of these clinics. STRIDE has three health centers that provide Convenient Care, meaning that you can walk in and be seen for a sudden illness such as a sore throat, ear pain, rash, cough/asthma, headache, vomiting, diarrhea, or cold & flu symptoms, injuries such as a fall, cut, bruise, sprain, strain, or broken bones, infections such as a bladder infection, skin infection, or needed testing for a sexually transmitted infection, flu shots, immunizations, INR check, pregnancy test, and Depo injection. The clinics are in North Aurora, South Aurora, and Wheat Ridge. Click on the website for addresses and hours. STRIDE clinics will see folks who are not eligible for insurance due to immigration status for medical visits and get them medicine. HIV medications are always free for people who make less than $63,800/year if they apply for the State Drug Assistance Program. See this section for more info about SDAP. Care is on a sliding scale, with most people paying around $15-20 for a visit and lab work.

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Testing.com

HIV testing information

Statewide

Testing.com provides information about health testing options, including HIV testing. Click on the website link to learn more.

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UCHealth Infectious Disease/Travel Clinic

1635 Aurora Court, Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion, 7th floor, Aurora CO 80045

Denver Metro

Aurora

The clinic located on the Anschutz Medical Campus provides a wide range of services for patients living with or at risk for HIV. HIV services include linkage to care, primary medical care, substance use counseling, psychiatric treatment, medical case management, social work, and other supportive services. Our HIV prevention services include HIV testing, PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV), and a telePrEP program. Click on website to learn more.

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Vivent Health

5250 Leetsdale Drive, Suite 300, Denver CO 80246

Denver Metro

Denver

Vivent Health provides medical care, PrEP, Behavioral & Mental Healthcare, Case Management, Pharmacy, Housing Services, Food Pantry, Dental Care, HIV Testing, STI Testing, Lifepoint Needle Exchange, HCV Testing, HIV/HCV Education, Overdose Prevention & Naloxone. Click on the website link to learn more about their services. Vivent Health has clinics in several states besides Colorado.

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