HIV/AIDS Health / Service Organizations

Listed below are several facilities that provide primary care for individuals that are living with HIV/AIDS in the Chicago area. To find primary care and other related services you can visit Test Positive Aware Network online Chicago Area HIV Services Directory.

To find primary care and other health related services throughout the State of Illinois you can search the IllinoisHIV/AIDS/STD Online Referral Databaseor call 1-800-AIDS-AIDS (243-2437). If you’re on the CSU campus, contact theWellness/Health Center for their hours of operation or call 773-995-2010. The center provides primary health services for CSU students and is a comprehensive health and educational resource for the entire campus community. They are located in the Cook Administration Building Room 131.|

Access Community Health Network
Various location within Chicago.
For more info contact 773-257-6770

Loretto Hospital
645 S. Central Ave.
Chicago, IL

Center on Halsted
2885 N. Lincoln Ave.

Loyola Medical Center - HIV/AIDS Clinic
2160 S. First Ave.
Maywood, IL

Chicago HIV Risk Reduction Partnership for Youth
at the Division of Adolescent Medicine
1900 W. Polk Street, Room 1105
Chicago, IL

Luck Care Center
1701 W. Monterey Ave.
Chicago, IL

Children's Memorial Hospital
2300 Children's Plaza, # 155
Chicago, IL

Mt. Sinai Hospital
15th Street at California
Chicago, IL

Christian Community Health Center
9718 S. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL

Northwestern Memorial Hospital - HIV Center
251 E. Huron Street, Suite 13-205
Chicago, IL

Cook County Westside Health Center
3410 W. Van Buren Blvd.
Chicago, IL

Oak Forest Hospital
15900 S. Cicero Ave.
Oak Forest, IL

Erie Family Health Center. Various locations within Chicago.
For more info contact 312-666-3494.

Provident Hospital
500 E. 51st Street
Chicago, IL

Howard Brown Health Center
4025 N. Sheridan Road
Chicago, IL

The Gift House
1309 S. Kedzie
Chicago, IL

Lawndale Christian Health Center
3860 W. Ogden Ave.
Chicago, IL

The Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center
2020 W. Harrison Street
Chicago, IL

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