C.A.R.E. is one of the largest HIV Specialty providers in Los Angeles County, caring for over 1600 patients annually. Our services and programs are numerous. On the clinical side, we offer state-of-the-art medical and dental care, clinical trials, psychiatry, and an on-site pharmacy.
For individuals to thrive with HIV, it's important to care for the whole person. To help clients
navigate the system we offer medical care coordination, nutritional counseling in conjunction with our Family Food Pantry, individual counseling and support groups, an on-site housing office, and nurse case management for home-bound clients. We can also help clients enroll in programs to help pay for their medications.
Please visit our various C.A.R.E. Services pages for detailed information on each program and service.
— Dr. Marcia Alcouloumre, C.A.R.E. Medical Director
Call us at (562) 624-4999, by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our Contact Us page.
C.A.R.E. provides case management services. Case managers are responsible for developing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating an agreed upon individualized plan of care for each client.
CARE's list of HIV and AIDS support groups in Long Beach.
The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) of California is designed to provide life saving and life sustaining medications to California residents living with HIV who cannot otherwise afford them.
If you've recently tested positve or are new to the Long Beach area, this resource guide covers all the services available.
Resource list of HIV/AIDS service providers and information.
C.A.R.E. no longer provides HIV antibody testing. These other locations may serve you.
HIV/AIDS clinical trials are research studies in which new therapies and prevention treatment strategies for HIV infection and AIDS are tested in humans.
The transportation services at C.A.R.E. are provided to those C.A.R.E. clients coming to appointments at the St. Mary Medical Center campus.
The family food pantry at the C.A.R.E. Program provides food for families with children under the age of 21, in which at least one household member is infected with HIV/AIDS.
HIV Treatment Education and Advocacy is a service available to HIV positive individuals with the goal of providing the latest information available on HIV treatment and adherence strategies.