Living with HIV/AIDS
Finding out you have HIV can be tough. But with treatment and support, people with HIV live long, healthy, and fulfilling lives.
For over 25 years, Legacy has been providing quality mental healthcare, substance abuse treatment, and special care housing services for people challenged with HIV and AIDS. If you’ve been recently diagnosed with HIV or even if you’re a longtime survivor but you need some emotional support, our Counseling Center has a number of therapeutic programs to suit your individual needs from one-on-one personal counseling to interactive group sessions. Our Substance Abuse Program offers both intensive and supportive assistance for HIV-positive individuals with chemical dependency issues such as alcoholism or cocaine addiction. If you have AIDS and require 24-hour supervised care, our special needs facility Founders Cottage is here to help. We invite you to join in our mission by volunteering or contributing to Legacy.
Resource Center HIV Services
HIV services are provided in accordance with the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act to people with a diagnosis of HIV/AIDS who have income under 300% of the Federal Poverty Level and reside in the agency’s service area.
Services are provided regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or inability to pay.
AIDS Services of Dallas
AIDS Services of Dallas provides housing and support services for low income and homeless individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS.
The mission of ASD is to create and strengthen healthy communities through the delivery of quality, affordable, service-enriched housing for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS. ASD’s mission includes advocacy, education, and the development of affordable housing options and community development opportunities, both for its residents living with or impacted by HIV/AIDS, and for economically disadvantaged people.
AIDS Outreach Center
AOC provides support services to more than 1,600 individuals and their families across all races, ethnicities, genders, ages, and sexual identities. AOC is currently the only non-profit organization that offers a continuum of support services to the HIV/AIDS community in Tarrant County and seven surrounding rural counties.