AIDS Alabama Southeast offers a variety of social services to those affected by HIV or AIDS by connecting people with case management that includes financial assistance, legal support, housing, health care, counseling, individual and family counseling, and outreach to schools, churches and other community resources. The goal is to educate patients about their disease, and help them manage their life better. There are many organizations in the area, so contacting an AIDS Alabama Southeast official will ensure you receive the necessary treatment you need.
When someone has HIV, it is essential that they get treatment as soon as possible, because if left untreated, it can progress and result in AIDs. There are many organizations that offer addiction therapy in the form of both in-patient and outpatient programs, and these can be found at the following AIDS Alabama Southeast local centers: Atlanta’s St. Vincent Center, Mobile’s Southside Place, Birmingham’s St. Mary’s Health Center and West Point in Montgomery. However, if you are unable to locate a program near you, there are many resources online for people to visit to find an addiction treatment center near them. One of the most common reasons for visiting these sites is to find out if an in-patient rehab facility is available, since many people have found good success when they have completed inpatient programs.
Another service offered at AIDS Alabama Southeast is a 24-hour hotline and hotlines. In addition to these services, there are many organizations that offer after care, such as social service referrals, crisis intervention, education, and community activities. Many of these organizations also offer resources that can connect people to community resources and community support services. Many of the community service programs are provided free of charge to the community, but some are funded through government grants, so anyone who is interested in the program should contact the local AIDS Alabama Southeast office for more information. There are also several HIV/AIDS programs offered through various organizations and agencies that are focused on encouraging HIV education and prevention in the community. For example, there are organizations that are dedicated to helping to promote the HIV education and awareness in communities by distributing brochures, pamphlets, posters, fliers and brochures to promote safe sex, HIV testing, and other information and programs.