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Food for Life Network

*Provides weekly grocery packages to HIV/AIDS clients containing food for two generous meals, plus light snacks or light lunch for seven days *Referral from a medical case manager is required *Clients with children are provided additional food for dependent children *Home delivered groceries or meals available for persons unable to travel *Affiliated with Care Resource, a primary social services and medical provider to Miami Dade County

Services: Food Pantries, Home Delivered Meals

3510 Biscayne Blvd, Ste 209

Miami, FL 33137

(305) 576-3663

Food With Care, Inc

*Available throughout Florida *Frozen, prepared food purchase for home delivery for persons of any age *Meal selections include diabetic, low sodium, low cholesterol, renal and puree entrees for restricted diets, traditional, breakfast entrees, soups and ethnic meals, and desserts *Menus and recipes developed by registered dietician and geriatric physician *Funding available through Medicaid Waiver, Long Term Managed Care, and Medicaid PAC (Project AIDS Care) Waiver *Minimum purchase of 10 meals

Services: Home Delivered Meals

6995 Venture Circle

Orlando, FL 32807

(407) 657-3880

Gainesville Area AIDS Project, Inc (GAAP)

*GAAP is a volunteer organization for anyone infected or affected by HIV or AIDS, offering community referrals, support and social get-togethers like movies, plays, trips, and meals *Administers the TREE Project (The Replenishment of Everyday Essentials), which provides toiletries and household items that Food Stamps do not cover *Provides referrals for Ryan White Titles, HOPWA and PAC *Lunch served Tuesdays 10am-2pm, dinner served last Friday of each month 5pm-7pm, Drop-in Center open 9am-11am, 3rd Saturday

Services: Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Household Goods

3131 NW 13th St

Gainesville, FL 32609

(352) 373-4227

Hope and Help Center of Central Florida

*Free, confidential rapid HIV testing and low-cost STD testing starting at age 13 through adult (teens do not need parental consent) *Provides medical care for HIV and AIDS, as well as case management and linkage to other needed services *Peer mentors help navigate maze of services, provide information and referrals, support groups *Food pantry for HIV+ persons *Other location for HIV testing on weekends: Walgreen's: 5185 North Lane, Orlando, 32808; call for times *Mobile unit goes to various locations for HIV testing on different days and times; call for information

Services: AIDS/HIV Clinics, Case/Care Management, Confidential HIV Testing, Food Pantries, Health/Disability Related Support Groups, Mobile Health Care, Peer Counseling, Rapid HIV Tests, Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening

707 Mendham Blvd, Ste 104

Orlando, FL 32825

(407) 645-2577

Jackson Health Systems, Rosie Lee Wesley Health Ctr

*Pregnancy tests, PEPW, low-risk prenatal care, WIC, (no family planning services) *Primary medical care for children and adults *Weekly "mammovan" (provides mammograms) on site *Confidential HIV testing only for persons who are already established "Jackson Health System" clients

Services: Community Clinics, Confidential HIV Testing, General Medical Care, Medicaid, Pediatrics, Pregnancy Testing, Prenatal Care, WIC

6601 SW 62nd Ave

South Miami, FL 33143

(786) 466-6900

Kearney Center, The

*The homeless shelter in Tallahassee for adult men and women with no children (aka Comprehensive Emergency Services Center) *One-stop service center for homeless and near-homeless people: referrals and assistance for housing, benefits (Food Stamps,TANF, VA, Medicaid, etc), employment, medical, training, GED classes, help with getting a Florida photo ID card or driver's license, prescription assistance and counseling during daytime *Daytime Services: M-F, laundry, showers, access to phones and computers, access to case management, and counseling from partnering agency representatives on-site *Persons staying at the shelter may receive bus passes *Persons not staying at the shelter may receive bus passes if they have a bus pass referral from another agency *Medical services provided nightly 5:30pm-8:45pm by nursing staff *Targets homeless and near-homeless persons experiencing an emergency *Designed to serve clients face-to-face; calls can not always be answered due to limited staff *Sex offenders can get daytime services, but can not stay in the shelter due to its proximity to Hope House *Rapid Confidential HIV testing with results in 15 minutes for shelter residents and anyone in the community, 10am-2pm, every first, third and fifth Wednesday *Free full dental services M-F, 8am-1pm and 2pm-5pm in Kearney Center; must be a participant at Kearney Center, Westgate or Dwellings, Leon County resident, 18 years of age with no other access to dental care, and meet Federal Poverty Guidelines

Services: Confidential HIV Testing, Dental Care, Food Stamps/SNAP, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Health Care Referrals, Homeless Drop In Centers, Homeless Shelter, Job Finding Assistance, Laundry Facilities, Prescription Expense Assistance, Public Showers/Baths, Rapid HIV Tests, Records/Licenses/Permits

2650 Municipal Way

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 792-9000

Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida

*Comprehensive Care Facility *Medical care, physician appointments and medical case management *HIV and STD testing and on-site lab work *Full service pharmacy *Psychiatric services *Financial management and housing assistance *Life-coping strategies and skills and community food pantry *Assistance applying for available benefits

Services: AIDS Drug Assistance Programs, AIDS/HIV Clinics, AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, Case/Care Management, Charities/Grantmaking Organizations, Confidential HIV Testing, Food Pantries, General Counseling Services, Housing Search and Information, Life Skills Education

4615 Phillips Hwy

Jacksonville, FL 32207

(904) 448-5995

Northeast Florida AIDS Network (NFAN)

*Prevention, care and advocacy for HIV/AIDS clients and their families *Ryan White/Medicaid Waiver case management, food pantry *Referrals for medical care, social services referrals, HOPWA housing funds, continuation of insurance (HI PAP), pharmacy and dental care, shelter, job assistance, transportation, victim services *Not a testing site, but will give locations

Services: Advocacy, Case/Care Management, Dental Care Referrals, Food Pantries, Health Care Referrals, Health Insurance/Dental Coverage, Housing Search and Information, Housing/Shelter, Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups

2715 Oak St

Jacksonville, FL 32205

(904) 356-1612

Operation HOPE of Pinellas, Inc

*HIV treatment adherence *Health education risk reduction *USDA Food Bank *Personal care items and medical advocacy services *Project AIDS Care Medicaid Waiver (PAC Medicaid Waiver) case management

Services: AIDS/HIV Clinics, Case/Care Management, Food Pantries, Medicaid

5047 Central Ave

St Petersburg, FL 33710

(727) 822-2437

Poverello Center, Inc

*Services for HIV+ persons: food pantry, thrift shop, nutritional consulting, fitness *LiveWell center and gym for HIV+ persons *Eligibility: requires picture ID and Centralized Intake and Eligibility Determination (aka CIED) certification from Broward Regional Health Planning Council, phone: (954) 566-1417 *Poverello Inital Intake hours: 9am-Noon, M-F

Services: Exercise Classes/Groups, Food Pantries, Nutrition Education, Thrift Shops

2056 N Dixie Highway

Wilton Manors, FL 33305

(954) 561-3663

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