Benefiting Agencies


Bill Holt Clinic

The Bill Holt Clinic at Phoenix Children's Hospital is the only comprehensive pediatric HIV clinic in the state of Arizona, providing comprehensive care for children and adolescents exposed to or infected with HIV. The clinic, founded in 1994, is a multidisciplinary program providing family-centered care. A team of specialists works together at the visits to provide specialized medical care, nutritional support, child life services, and psychosocial support. The team works together with families to maximize the health of children/adolescents affected by or infected with HIV. The clinic provides testing of exposed infants, children, and adolescents. 



Chicanos Por La Causa

L.U.C.E.S Program provides HIV supportive services to hundreds of people living with HIV/AIDS. It also provides HIV education/resources to thousands of at-risk Latinos in Maricopa and Pinal Counties. The services offered include; Case Management, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Psychological Support, and Outreach. HIV Counseling/Testing is provided in collaboration with Ebony House. OraQuick, an effective and reliable testing is offered weekly.



Ebony House

Ebony House HIV Services Our advanced street outreach teams focus their efforts on low-income African-American communities across Maricopa and parts of Pinal County. We provide supportive case management services and outreach through the Ryan White Part A program where we provide a continuum of supportive care to PLWHA. In addition, we offer free rapid HIV testing, one-on-one behavioral case management, support groups, and group level interventions. We provide services both in-house and at a variety of community venues including but not limited to churches, parks, schools and colleges, and community centers. 



HIV Care Directions

HIV Care Directions Case management which provides comprehensive assessment, care planning, advocacy, supportive counseling, and links HIV positive clients to a wide array of services, including (not limited to): primary medical care, medications, dental care, behavioral health services, transportation, financial assistance, and housing. Case Managers follow-up with clients on a regular basis to ensure that the care plan and interventions are meeting their needs. 



inHarmony HIV Circle of Care

Native Health’s inHarmony HIV Circle of Care offers integrated HIV/Hepatitis services to Arizona’s communities. We offer free HIV testing and will soon be offering free Hepatitis C testing. We will also be offering free Hepatitis A/B vaccinations. Our test sites include our two community health clinics, community partner sites and special events, etc. The additional arcs in our inHarmony Circle of Care includes medical case management, HIV/Hepatitis C treatment and social services; dental, optical and podiatry care; mental health and substance use counseling and many, many other services designed for ALL of Arizona’s community members.



McDowell Healthcare Center

Founded 20 years ago, the McDowell Healthcare Center (MHCC), owned and operated by the Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS), provides outpatient medical care, behavioral health services, and oral health care exclusively to people living with HIV/AIDS. One in every 5 people living with HIV/AIDS in Maricopa County choose to receive all or part of their healthcare at MHCC. Services include the only Women's Clinic in Arizona to address the healthcare needs of HIV-positive women. Behavioral health services include psychiatric services and mental health and substance abuse counseling by specialists in their fields. Oral health services are provided by a staff of dental professionals with decades of combined experience providing dental care to HIV-positive people. All MHCC services are offered on-site to provide for ease in coordinating appointments. Ably led by Medical Director Dr. John Post, the McDowell Healthcare Center continues a 20 year tradition of providing cutting edge comprehensive healthcare in a compassionate and understanding atmosphere. The services offered at MHCC are supported by the Maricopa Health Foundation.




Founded in 1993, one•n•ten is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving and assisting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 14-24.

one•n•ten envisions a world where all youth and young adults are embraced for who they are, actively engaged in their communities, and empowered to lead.

Our pillars of service encompass: Housing & Homelessness, Education & Employment, Health & Wellness, and Recreation & Leadership.

Aunt Rita's Foundation supports a collaborative partnership between one•n•ten, Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS, & Phoenix Children’s Hospital to provide a weekend-long holistic retreat for up to 50 HIV positive youth ages 16-25 years old in a serene and tranquil setting. The HIV Positive Youth Retreat will provide positive youth development curriculum, experiential learning, and workshops that incorporate teambuilding, confidence, and resiliency.

one•n•ten also participates in the AIDS Walk, provides HIV health education and support, sexual health presentations, and HIV/STI testing at all of our locations in Maricopa County.




Shanti is a Sanskrit word meaning "inner peace" which reflects the Phoenix Shanti Group (PSG) approach to promoting personal empowerment and maintaining independence and dignity. Client services specifically include a 20-bed homeless transitional housing program, 10 bed permanent supportive housing, outpatient substance abuse treatment, counseling/mental health with psychiatric medication and monitoring, HIV case management, vocational re-entry training and consumer HIV education/early intervention. Phoenix Shanti also operates "Second Chances" Furniture Thrift Store as an avenue for the community to support the agency.



Shot in the Dark

Shot in the Dark's mission is to support solidarity and health equity for people who are marginalized by the war on drugs in Arizona. Shot in the Dark is a trauma informed, mobile integrated health unit. We provide access to a variety of harm reduction resources to drug users in Maricopa County, including: clean syringes, syringe disposal, naloxone, educational resources, treatment referrals and much more.



Southwest Behavioral Health Services

Southwest Behavioral Health Services Operates and manages five distinct housing programs within the Phoenix metropolitan area for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS. Housing for folks with HIV/AIDS has long been viewed as a form of health care. Persons living with HIV/AIDS on the streets, homeless or in places unfit for habitation fair much worse than people who are housed. Improved housing stability relates to reduced HIV risk and improved access to medical care according to the National AIDS Housing Coalition. SBH offers two types of what are referred to as permanent living settings, two settings as well for a transitional housing model and a financial assistance service for individuals and families who may be facing homelessness and can avoid eviction through help with either rent, mortgage or utility bills. There are over 80 units of housing, some of them are apartments, some condos and some are houses with a homelike environment for 4-5 persons. Through the emergency assistance effort 300-400 individuals and families are helped each year to remain housed.



Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS

Founded in 1990, Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS provides prevention, education and outreach services to 30,000 Arizonans each year living with HIV/AIDS or at-risk of becoming infected. The mission of Southwest Center is to prevent and reduce HIV infection, improve the quality of life for those impacted by the disease, and contribute to worldwide research. It is the only organization in the Southwestern U.S. that combines prevention and education programs, health and wellness services, as well as research and clinical trials in a single location. Our clinical trials have helped bring 32 of the 34 FDA-approved HIV medications and a home test kit to market. Southwest Center is focused on improving access to high-quality healthcare for low-income populations through a highly coordinated and efficient care model.



Terros Together

Terros Together Programs has been offering FREE HIV testing services since 1987; with 2012 marking our 25th anniversary we've been in the fight against this epidemic. Our services currently include counseling, testing, referral and education services throughout all of Maricopa County. We work in a treatment engagement and harm reduction focus with the individuals we serve. Currently we offer FREE HIV and syphilis testing and with our community partners we are able to meet individuals where they are at in a safe, comfortable and culturally appropriate setting where individuals aren't restricted to coming into our offices.