HIV-Positive Asylum Seekers: Use Our Resource Catalog To Find HIV Care
Use Our Catalog to Find HIV Treatment and Care Services During the Asylum Process
AsylumConnect supports LGBTQ and HIV-positive asylum seekers in their quest to safely resettle in the United States. Our resource catalog includes verified services for people living with HIV/AIDS and those at high risk.
Individuals living with HIV/AIDS and those at high risk can currently use the AsylumConnect resource catalog to find safe places near them to go for help with HIV/AIDS-related care, including: free HIV and STI testing, free rapid HIV testing, HIV prevention education and referrals, help with applying for PrEP drug assistance, and Comprehensive Risk Counseling Services (CRCS) as well as other HIV-related mental health services.
HOW TO USE THE ASYLUMCONNECT CATALOG TO FIND HIV Treatment AND CARE SERVICES DURING THE ASYLUM PROCESS:
Visit our catalog website and start typing your address, city or zip code in the U.S.
Click “Resource Type” and scroll to the "Medical" category. Select "HIV and sexual health”.
Then click on “Search” to begin finding LGBTQ-friendly HIV treatment and care services near you. Scroll down the page to view the organizations who can help you.
Click on the blue "See more information" text under any of the organizations' names to learn more about services and view contact information. See the “How to visit this resource” section for instructions on how to contact the organization to get the help you need.
AsylumConnect stands with LGBTQ and HIV-positive asylum seekers. We’re here to help you find safe resources in your new home.