AIDS Education for the Deaf

www.gladinc.org
(323) 478-8000

AIDS Education for the Deaf is a service of Greater LA Council on Deafness, which provides case management, advocacy & interpretation services.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation

www.aidshealth.org

Hollywood Clinic
1300 N. Vermont Ave.  #407
Los Angeles, CA  90027
(323) 662-0492

Public Health Division
1300 Scott Ave.
Los Angeles, CA  90026
(213) 405-5800                            

Westside Clinic
99 N. La Cienega Blvd. #200
Beverly Hills, CA  90211
(310) 657-9353

Administrative Offices
6255 W. Sunset Blvd.  21st Floor
Los Angeles, CA  90028
(323) 860-5200

Medical services for people living with HIV/AIDS, mobile testing and counseling for HIV and STDs.

AIDS Legal Services Project

www.lacba.org/give-back/aids-legal-services-project

Intake Phone Line:  (213) 833-7667

The AIDS Legal Services Project is a collaboration between the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s AIDS Legal Services Project, Inner City Law Center, Bet Tzedek, UCLA School of Law and the Williams Institute.  With the help of highly motivated pro bono attorneys, The ALSP focuses on core HIV-related legal services:

  1. Estate planning – wills, powers of attorney and healthcare directives;
  2. Debt relief, including creditor harassment, medical debt and student loan defaults;
  3. Insurance – health, life and disability terminations and overpayments;
  4. Employment – HIV discrimination, FMLA leave, ADA accommodations;
  5. HIV Discrimination in healthcare and public access;
  6. Breaches of HIV confidentiality; and
  7. Immigration – U visas, naturalizations, DACA, adjustment of status.

AIDS Project Los Angeles / APLA Health

www.apla.org

Client Services
611 S. Kingsley Dr.
Los Angeles, CA  90005
(213) 201-1500

Health & Wellness/Dental Clinic
1127 Wilshire Blvd., St. 1504
Los Angeles, CA  90017
(213) 201-1388

West Hollywood Office
1151 N. La Brea Ave.
West Hollywood, CA  90046
(213) 201-1500                        

Gleicher/Chen Health Center
3743 S. La Brea Ave.
Los Angeles, CA  90016
(323) 329-9900

Founded in 1982, APLA provides services for persons living with HIV/AIDS, including case management, HIV prevention education and treatment advocacy, in-home health care, dental care, insurance/benefits advocacy, mental health & the Necessities of Life program.

AIDS Walk is APLA’s annual fundraiser. Since 1985, hundreds of thousands of walkers and their supporters have raised nearly $90 million to fund APLA Health’s prevention, care, and advocacy programs those affected by HIV & AIDS in Los Angeles County.

AIDS Research Alliance

www.aidsresearch.org

1400 S. Grand Avenue #701
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Administration: (310) 358-2423
Clinic: (310) 358-2429

Information on enrollment in drug trials and protocols.

Alliance for Housing & Healing

www.alliancehh.org

7531 Santa Monica Blvd.  Suite 201
West Hollywood, CA  90046
(323) 656-1107

Alliance for Housing & Healing provides support services to low income and homeless or unstably housed persons living with HIV/AIDS.  Services include transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, and financial assistance to cover rent, utilities, security deposits and pharmaceuticals.

Founded in 2009 as a merger between two longtime AIDS service organizations (Aid for AIDS and the Serra Project), AHH is the leading provider of housing and directly related support services to people living with HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles County.

APAIT (Asian Pacific AIDS Intervention Team)

www.apaitonline.org

3055 Wilshire Blvd., #300
Los Angeles, CA 90010
(213) 375-3830

12832 Garden Grove Blvd., #E
Garden Grove, CA 92843
(714) 636-1349

APAIT’s programs and services include: HIV Testing, Partner and Family Notification, Patient Navigation, Behavioral Health Services, and Housing Case Management.  Established in 1987 as a grassroots AIDS service organization for Asian and Pacific Islanders (APIs) who were dying alone from AIDS-related stigma and shame, APAIT reaches out to the diverse multi-ethnic communities of LA and Orange counties who identify as LGBTQIA-2S, immigrants and refugees, at-risk for HIV/STIs, housing insecure, and with behavioral health lived experience.

Asian/Pacific Gays and Friends

www.apgf.org

Asian/Pacific Gays and Friends is a non-profit, social and educational group that provides a support system for gay men and women of Asian/Pacific Islander descent.  The group also serves to inform individuals and the community at large on the experience of Asian/Pacific Islander gay men and women.  For a modest annual fee, members of A/PGF receive benefits that include access to the group’s social events in the Los Angeles area.  A/PGF is a partner organization with APAIT (Asian Pacific AIDS Intervention Team).

Being Alive

www.beingalivela.org

7531 Santa Monica Blvd. #100
West Hollywood, CA 90046
(323) 874-4322

Being Alive provides educational peer support, peer counseling. wellness center, acupuncture, and mental health counseling for persons living with HIV/AIDS.

Bienestar

www.bienestar.org

5326 E. Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90022
(323) 727-7896

Bienestar is a community-based health care and social services organization in the Greater Los Angeles area. With expertise  in identifying and addressing emerging health issues faced by the Latino and LGBTQ populations, Bienestar provides full-service medical care, HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention, sexual health, mental health services, substance use counseling and medication assisted treatment.

Black AIDS Institute

www.blackaids.org

4249/4251 Crenshaw Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90008
(213) 224-7488

Based in Los Angeles, the Black AIDS Institute’s “A Clinic For Us” offers respectful and culturally appropriate health services to LA’s Black, Latinx, and other under-served communities.  A Clinic For Us provides access to HIV services such as counseling, testing, and linkage services, HIV biomedical prevention, and care services.  In addition, the clinic provides linkage to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).

BAI also provides at-home test kits, which can be requested to be provided by mail.  In partnership with St John’s Well Child and Family Center, BAI offers the Check Up! Program to explore the role that social networks may play in the diffusion of HIV and HIV education throughout our community.

California Black Women's Health Project

www.cabwhp.org

9800 S. La Cienega Blvd., #905
Inglewood, CA 90301
​(310) 412-1828

The California Black Women’s Health Project is the only statewide, non-profit organization that is solely committed to ​improving the health of California’s 1.2 million Black women and girls through advocacy, education, outreach and policy.  CABWHP supports community forums to address the disproportionate impact of HIV/AIDS and STIs on women of color and to raise awareness about this issue.

CHIRP/LA

www.CHIRP.org

PAWS LA offices
2121 S. Flower Street
Los Angeles, CA 90007
(213) 741.1951 x 202

Comprehensive Housing Information & Referrals for People Living with HIV/AIDS (CHIRP-LA) offers a comprehensive list of housing assistance programs and other services for people with a diagnosis of HIV.  CHIRP/LA also hosts monthly resource meetings for service providers in LA County to share information about their programs and anticipated changes in community services.

Covenant House youth services

www.covenanthousecalifornia.org/

1325 N. Western Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 461-3131

Serving homeless youth in the Hollywood area, Covenant House California operates a housing facility that includes a 60-bed shelter and 24-bed transitional living center.  On site is a medical clinic which provides treatment for chronic health issues (including HIV) and assistance with Medi-Cal applications.  Mental health services are also available, provided by licensed LCSWs and MFTs, as well as LCSW and MFT interns.

Congregation Kol Ami

www.kol-ami.org

1200 N. La Brea
West Hollywood CA, 90038
(323) 606-0996

Congregation Kol Ami is a progressive, Reform congregation rooted in a rich Jewish tradition, with commitment to social justice and diversity.  The congregation celebrates an LGBTQ+ core at the center of its diverse community: Queer and Straight people; single, coupled and families; Jews by Choice and Birth, Jews of Color; Interfaith couples and families; Single people and those in 12 steps programs and those differently abled.

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

www.didihirsch.org

4760 S. Sepulveda Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90230
(310) 390-6612

323 North Prairie Avenue
Inglewood, CA 90301
(310) 677-7808

1540 East Colorado Street
Glendale, CA 91205
(818) 244-7257

Didi Hirsch Suicide Prevention Center
10277 West Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90067
(424) 362-2900

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services provides free mental health, substance use disorder and suicide prevention services. Dedicated to serving communities where stigma or poverty limits access, Didi Hirsch helps more than 150,000 children and adults from 10 locations and 100 schools throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties each year.

If you or someone you know need help in a crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255. Counselors who speak English and Spanish are available 24/7.

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

www.PedAIDS.org

16130 Ventura Blvd., #250
Los Angeles, CA 91436
(818) 338-6361

The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation seeks to end global pediatric HIV/AIDS by funding prevention and treatment programs, research, and advocacy.  The organization is engaged in public policy and advocacy efforts in the United States, and in research and program implementation in several countries, including Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eswatini, India, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia.

Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

www.elizabethtayloraidsfoundation.org

9701 Wilshire Blvd., #600
Beverly Hills, CA 90212

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation was established in 1991 to raise money to support the direct care of the world’s most vulnerable people living with HIV.  As recently as 2019, ETAF’s international outreach was focused in southern Malawi.  ETAF’s funding priorities in the U.S. are (1) Youth Education, Prevention & Support; (2) Direct Treatment & Care of Women; and (3) Family Care through Life Enhancing Experiences & Emotional Support.  Recently, ETAF launched a program to modernize criminal laws and penalties against people living with HIV, working with an anti-criminalization alliance of five advocacy-based organizations.

Elton John AIDS Foundation

www.EltonJohnAIDSFoundation.org

584 Broadway, #906
New York, NY 10012
(212) 219.0670

The Elton John AIDS Foundation funds frontline partners to prevent infections, fight stigma and provide treatment with love, compassion and dignity for the most vulnerable groups affected by HIV around the world.  As a leader in the global AIDS community, the  Foundation is committed in 2020-2025 to funding programs in Africa reaching people aged 10-24 years old.  The Foundation has an extensive grant program supporting efforts that have an immediate and lasting effort in the fight against HIV.

First AME Church of Los Angeles

www.famechurchla.org

2270 S. Harvard Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90018
(323) 735-1251

The First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Los Angeles is the oldest church founded by African Americans in Los Angeles.

Foothill AIDS Project

www.FAPinfo.org/

2555 E. Colorado Blvd., #202
Pasadena, CA 91101
(626) 710-4487

678 S. Indian Hill Blvd.
Claremont, CA 91711
(800) 448-0858

Foothill AIDS Project offers a full spectrum of programs and services that empower clients in three counties (Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside) to manage their own long-term health goals. Integrated treatment and care coordination, paired with stable housing planning and outreach, provide many tools for people living with HIV to live longer, healthier, and more stable lives. 

GALAS (LGBTQ+ Armenian Society)

www.galasla.org

8721 Santa Monica Blvd., #654
West Hollywood, CA 90046

LGBTQ+ Armenian Society (formerly the Gay & Lesbian Armenian Society) was formed in 1998 by a number of gay and lesbian Armenians in Los Angeles who were looking for friendship, support, and a sense of belonging in the community.

Get Prep LA

www.getprepla.com
1-844-Yea-PrEP

This is Los Angeles County’s website for all things PrEP and PEP!  Get Prep LA provides thorough yet easy-to-digest information about the medications PrEP and PEP.  The website also has a page with educational information targetted specifically to women.

Perhaps the most useful information on this website is the “PrEP Centers of Excellence,” a listing of clinics in LA County that provide PrEP medication.

Find out if PrEP is right for you.  Take the quiz!

 

HIV Testing Sites

www.aidshealth.org

AIDS Healthcare Foundation
Testing available at various sites (call for schedule).
(213) 405-5800

AHF Pharmacy
8212 Santa Monica Blvd.
Testing daily (except Sundays)
(323) 654-0907

Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic

www.hsfreeclinic.org

3324 W. Sunset Blvd.
(323) 660-5715

The clinic serves low-income, uninsured or under-insured individuals; services include HIV testing and referrals.

On the first Friday of December, the clinic takes part in the AIDS Posada, an annual event featuring a walk east on Sunset led by mariachis, spiritual leaders, and community members.  Local educators provide information and education, and a church (located 1 mile east of the clinic) provides food.

Hollywood United Methodist Church

www.HollywoodUMC.org

6817 Franklin Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 874-2104

Hollywood United Methodist Church promotes the belief that God is LOVE, that all people are welcome and equal in the family of God, and that God is for us, not against us.  Hollywood UMC has a long history of support for those affected by HIV/AIDS.  In 1986, Lyle Loder, an active member of the congregation shared that he was living with AIDS.  In 1987, Loder was the first of the HUMC family to die of complications of this disease. A memorial plaque inside the church narthex carries the names of Loder and 33 others who died of HIV-related illness. On World AIDS Day in 1993, members of HUMC attached two giant red AIDS ribbons to the church tower.  In 1996, more permanent ribbons replaced them and remain on the tower today.

Housing Opportunities for People Living With AIDS (HOPWA)

Alliance for Housing & Healing @ (323) 656-1107; www.alliancehh.org/
APLA Health @ (213) 201-1600; www.apla.org

These programs offer short-term rental assistance , assistance with first month’s rent and security deposit, and subsidized housing units. 

Latino Equality Alliance

www.latinoequalityalliance.org

553 S. Clarence Street
Los Angeles, CA 90033
(323) 286-7224

The Latino Equality Alliance advocates for equity, safety, and wellness for the Latinx Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer + community. LEA is located at Mi Centro LGBTQ Community Center in Boyle Heights.

Latino Outreach and Understanding Division (LOUD)

www.somosloud.org

6255 W. Sunset Blvd., Floor 21
Los Angeles, CA 90028

LOUD seeks to address the social and health disparities that remain a threat to Latino communities through innovative strategies and community mobilization.

Life Group LA

www.lifegroupla.org

(888) 208-8081

Life Group  LA is a coalition of people dedicated to the education, empowerment and emotional support of persons both infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, so that they may make informed choices and decisions regarding their healthcare and personal well being.  Founded in 2005, Life Group LA provides free-of-charge information and emotional support through the POZ Life Weekend Seminar, a place where HIV+ men, women, youths and family members can come be themselves and feel support as they learn how to live a long, healthy, productive POZitive lifestyle.

LA County Commission on HIV

www.HIV.LACounty.gov

510 S. Vermont Avenue, 14th Fl.
Los Angeles, CA 90020
(213) 738-2816

The Los Angeles County Commission on HIV serves as the local council for the planning, allocation, coordination and delivery of HIV/AIDS services. Appointed by the LA County Board of Supervisors, the 51 members of the COH represent a broad and diverse group of providers, consumers, and stakeholders.  About 33% of the membership are HIV+ individuals who are consumers of the federally funded Ryan White Program.

In 2016 in Los Angeles County, approximately 60,946 people were estimated to be living with HIV/AIDS; of those 8,654 were estimated to be unaware of their status.  The COH is responsible for setting care/treatment priorities/allocations in LA County, developing a comprehensive care plan for the County, assessing the administrative mechanism of service delivery, evaluating service system effectiveness, and much more.

LA County Division of HIV & STD Programs

www.PublicHealth.LACounty.gov/dhsp/

County of Los Angeles, Department of Public Health
Division of HIV and STD Programs (DHSP)
600 South Commonwealth Avenue, 10th Floor
Los Angeles, California 90005
(213) 351-8000

The Los Angeles County Division of HIV and STD Programs works closely and collaboratively with community-based organizations, other governmental offices, advocates, and people living with HIV/AIDS to prevent and control the spread of HIV and STDs.  The division is responsible for epidemiological surveillance of HIV/STDs; implementation of evidence-based programs; coordination of prevention, care and treatment services; and the creation of policies that promote health.

Los Angeles LGBT Center

www.lalgbtcenter.org

1625 N. Schrader Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA  90028
(323) 993-7500

The Center provides primary care for persons living with HIV/AIDS.  Anonymous and confidential, healthcare services include HIV testing, PREP/PEP and prevention.  The Center’s Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic uses a holistic approach to treatment, helping clients manage all aspects of living with HIV, through counseling, nutritional advice, and support groups.

Men’s Health Foundation

www.mhfoundation.org

9201 W. Sunset Blvd.  #812
West Hollywood, CA  90069
(310) 550-1014

Men’s Health Foundation provides comprehensive prevention healthcare for HIV+ and HIV- men and transgender women.  With several clinics in the LA area, MHF offers prevention education, adherence counseling and psychosocial support.  Rapid HIV testing is provided in West Hollywood and Inglewood locations.  PrEP medication and emergency PEP is available, too.

PAWS/LA

www.pawsla.org

2121 Flower Street
Los Angeles, CA  90007
(213) 741-1950

PAWS LA assists low-income pet owners who are seniors and/or living with HIV/AIDS or other life-threatening illness, so they are able to keep and care for companion animals.

Planned Parenthood West Hollywood

www.plannedparenthood.org

869 Westbourne Drive
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(800) 576-5444

Planned Parenthood LA provides HIV services, including testing, prevention (PEP and PrEP), case management, referrals and more.  With several clinics in LA County (including one in West Hollywood), PPLA offers healthcare services for men as well as women.

PleasePrEPMe.org

www.PleasePrEPMe.org

PleasePrEPMe launched in 2015 as the first searchable and location-responsive PrEP and PEP provider directory in English and Spanish for the state of California. From supporting the development of a national directory, to creating sex-positive HIV-prevention resources, PleasePrEPMe worked to expand access to PrEP and PEP.

Prep Here

www.prephere.org

Los Angeles LGBT Center
1125 N. McCadden Place
Los Angeles, CA  90038
(323) 860-7315

Through this HIV information and prevention program, the LA LGBT Center distributes free condom packets (including use instructions), and develops and distributes informational materials for a variety of populations.  The Center’s approach to HIV testing and treatment is fast, friendly and comprehensive.

Project Angel Food

www.angelfood.org

922 N. Vine St.
Los Angeles, CA  90038
(323) 845-1800

Project Angel Food provides home-delivered meals for people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other life-threatening illnesses.  Founded in 1989,  the organization recently celebrated the serving of its 13 millionth meal.

Project Chicken Soup

www.projectchickensoup.org

P.O. Box 480241
Los Angeles, CA  90048
(310) 836-5402

Project Chicken Soup is a non-profit organization that prepares and delivers free, nutritious kosher meals two Sundays each month to people living with HIV/AIDS throughout LA County.  Services are provided with love and compassion to all persons regardless of faith or religious belief.

Project New Hope

www.projectnewhope.org

1004 Echo Park Avenue
Los Angeles, CA  90026
(213) 250-9481

Project New Hope provides housing services for people, including seniors, living with HIV/AIDS in Southern California.  PNH oversees six residential care facilities for people requiring varying levels of care.  The organization also matches clients with independent living opportunities.

Reach LA

www.ReachLA.org

1400 E. Olympic Blvd. #240
Los Angeles, CA 90021
(213) 622 1650

Created in 1992 in response to the lack of HIV/AIDS prevention education for youth of color, Reach LA provides HIV prevention education, HIV testing, linkage to care and support services for HIV positive & high-risk negative youth and young adults.  Reach LA also hosts socializing groups for LGBTQ people and their allies: Men’s Monday Night Mix Up, Gaymer Night, and Drag Race Viewing Night.

Ron Shipton HIV Library

www.colapublib.org/services/collections

West Hollywood Library
625 N. San Vicente Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA  90069
(310) 652-5340

Housed at the West Hollywood Library, the Ron Shipton HIV Information Center was established in 1989 as a joint venture between Los Angeles County Library and the City of West Hollywood. It provides current books and videos on AIDS education, transmission, prevention, treatment, and legal issues.  Skilled librarians are available to assist with the location of resources.

Saban Community Clinic

www.sabancommunityclinic.org

8405 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA  90048
(323) 653-1990
or (323) 330-1623

Saban Community Clinic provides free and confidential rapid HIV testing, counseling, PrEP medication, and referrals. With five locations, Saban welcomes walk-ins.

Tarzana Treatment Center

www.tarzanatc.org

18646 Oxnard Street
Tarzana, CA  91356
(818) 996-1051

Tarzana Treatment Center provides mental health, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS services for youth and adults.  TTC’s approach to HIV care embraces a whole-person approach recognizing that HIV has a unique impact on each patient’s life.   For its HIV-positive patients, TTC offers medical evaluation and clinical care; medical specialty services; medical care coordination; adherence counseling; laboratory testing (including drug resistance and other specialized tests); nutrition therapy, sexually transmitted infection prevention and testing; on-site referrals to behavioral health services (including Mental Health Services and substance use/abuse counseling and medications for addiction treatment).

TeenSource.org

www.TeenSource.org

Launched in 2001 as an online hub for teen-friendly sexual and reproductive health information and resources, TeenSource.org features accurate and reliable information about HIV, healthy relationships, and teen rights to accessing sensitive services in California. The site also features youth-generated blogs and videos, a listing of clinics, and a form to request free condoms by mail.

The Trevor Project

www.TheTrevorProject.org
(310) 271-8845 – West Hollywood office

The Trevor Project provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services via phone, text, and chat to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.  The Trevor Project lifeline is staffed with trained counselors available to provide one-on-one support 24/7.  The organization’s Support Center a place where LGBTQ youth and their allies can find answers to frequently asked questions, and explore resources related to sexual orientation, gender identity and HIV/AIDS. 

If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk, call the TrevorLifeline now at (866) 488-7386.

The Wall Las Memorias

www.thewalllasmemorias.org

The Wall Las Memorias is a community health and wellness organization dedicated to serving Latino, LGBTQ and other under served populations through advocacy, education and building the next generation of leadership.  TWLM educates community members on the importance of HIV and AIDS, substance abuse prevention, mental health stigma reduction for LGBTQI2-S transitional-aged youth, transgender women health and wellness, non-binary health and wellness, and community building in the marginalized communities.

The Wall Las Memorias AIDS Monument in Lincoln Park (located at 3600 N. Mission Road, Los Angeles 90031) continues to bring solace and healing to a community who lost their loved ones to AIDS.  Community members are invited to submit names of loved ones lost to AIDS or HIV complications. New names will be engraved onto the name panels on the monument.

TransLatin@ Coalition

www.TransLatinaCoalition.org

3055 Wilshire Blvd., #350
Los Angeles, CA 90010
(833) TG SAFE-1
(833) 847-2331

Founded in 2009 by transgender, gender-nonconforming and intersex (TGI) immigrant women in Los Angeles, the TransLatin@ Coalition has a PrEP/PEP program with comprehensive case management among its many services.  The TransLatin@ Coalition also provides training for community members who want to disseminate information within their social networks about the benefits of PrEP/PEP.

At its facilities located near La Fayette Park in DTLA, the TransLatin@ Coalition offers comprehensive case management through its T.R.U.E Program and a re-entry program for TGI individuals released from jails, prisons and immigration detentions centers. The drop-in center provides daily food distribution, clothing, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, and a computer lab.

UCLA Art & Global Health Center

www.ArtGlobalHealth.org

120 Westwood Plaza
Glorya Kaufman Hall, #188
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Operating in eight countries on five continents, UCLA Art & Global Health Center projects begin with local artists and artisans communicating about HIV/AIDS and other public health issues in accessible and entertaining ways.  Founded in 2006, the Center is the most prominent art-and-health think tank in the world specializing in reinventing sexual health education, devising new methods for stigma reduction, reinforcing human empowerment, and catalyzing behavior change.  The Center works with a global network of artists and advocates working in the realm of public health.

Unique Woman’s Coalition (UWC)

www.TheUWC.org

3055 Wilshire Blvd.
3rd Floor (APAIT office)
Los Ahgeles, CA 90010
(650) 336-8471

The Unique Woman’s Coalition is dedicated to being a collective voice for the Black Trans community.  UWC has programs designed to foster the next generation of black trans leadership from within the community through mentorship, scholarship, and community care engagement work.  UWC also has a Legal Documents clinic, which offers assistance in completing forms for identification, social security cards, and the recording of health care wishes.

Unity Fellowship Church Los Angeles

www.UFCLosAngeles.org

5147 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
(323) 938-8322

The primary work of Unity Fellowship of Christ Church is to proclaim the Sacredness of all life, thus focusing on empowering those who have been oppressed and made to feel shame.  Part of the Church’s living legacy is supporting a LGBTQI network and services, which includes HIV/STD and Healthy Living Support.