DOH Service Telephone Directory
Select directory to view the telephones number of the various DOH services.
Living with HIV
The information posted here is not intended to replace consultation with a qualified medical professional. HAHSTA’s goal is to provide sufficient information so that visitors are able to become knowledgeable participants in their disease and/or disease management plan. The primary responsibility of your disease management plan is with your treating physicians and you should only follow your treating physician’s advice. DO NOT change/modify your disease management plan on your own without consulting your treating physician.
The Denver Principals
Civil Rights and HIV/AIDS
Diet, Nutrition, and HIV
Frequently asked questions about Nutrition, Excercise, and Supplements
Regular Exercise gives people with HIV a Boost!
What do my "labs" mean?
The DC AIDS Drug Assistance Program (DC ADAP)
Drugs Available through DC ADAP
HIV Drug Guide (Positively Aware)
Not Associated with DC ADAP but meant to provide more information about HIV Medication.
Health Insurance Assistance
Don't assume that if you have health insurance you are not elligible for some kind of assistance. Sometimes insurance does not pay premiums and co-pays. Call HAHSTA at (202) 671-4900 and ask to speak to a representative to see if you qualify. If you have just been diagnosed HIV positive it is important you start receiving care as soon as possible.
What does Obamacare mean for somone with HIV?
HIV and the FLU
People with HIV are considred to be at increased risk and are strongly advised to get a flu shot.
FLU shot Locator
HIV and HPV
HIV and Street Drugs (and Alcohol)
Alcoholics Anonymous, Crystal Meth Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous
DC Office of Addicion Prevention and Recovery Administration
HIV Treatment Adherence
HIV and United States Veterans
HIV and Opportunistic Infections
I'm HIV positive but my partner is not (serodiscordant)
Notify someone anonymously that they may have been potentially exposed to HIV or an STD
Red Carpet Entry Program Get into treatment FAST!
Side Effects and Other Health Problems
Diarrhea and HIV
Smoking and HIV
HIV Patients in Care Lose more Years of Life to Smoking than to HIV Infection
Smoking is more lethal than HIV
A recent study highlights the dangers for people who are HIV+ that smoke.
DC Tobacco Free Families
If you are a DC resident you may qualify for free nicotine patches, lozenges, as well as other resources designed to help you quit smoking.
Support Groups for HIV+ Individuals:
The DC Center
Us Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc.
The Women's Collective
- Traveling with HIV/AIDS