U.S.-Mexico Border HIV/AIDS Resource Directory
Date of Report: 06/2010
Compiled by the U.S.-Mexico Border AETC Steering Team with support from the HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau
Click on an area of the map to get a listing of HIV/AIDS resources in that region.
|Regional||U.S.-Mexico Border Organizations and Links|
The U.S.-Mexico Border AETC Steering Team (UMBAST) has compiled this Border Resource Directory to better connect HIV/AIDS resources with community needs along the U.S.-Mexico Border (100 km or 61 miles north of the border with Mexico). It provides local, regional and national information on HIV/AIDS training resources for a range of providers, including physicians, nurses, mental health clinicians, pharmacists, as well as HIV/AIDS-related services for both providers, and consumers.
This section offers an overview of HIV/AIDS information for U.S.-Mexico border communities, including state and border (if available) epidemiology, area descriptions, and links to other resources with applicable information.
The resource listings for each state include HIV/AIDS training, treatment, and prevention/other types of agencies and services.
|Training Resources These include local and statewide HIV/AIDS training resources for clinicians, including physicians, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, promotores and peer managers, case managers, pre/post test counselors, outreach workers, mental health providers, substance abuse professionals, and law enforcement/corrections/INS.|
|Treatment Local and regional listings of Ryan White CARE Act-funded and other primary HIV/AIDS medical and dental providers, outpatient case management services, participating ADAP pharmacies, and other treatment-related services.|
|Prevention/Other These agencies include non-medical HIV services such as prevention services, counseling and mental health, substance abuse treatment programs, and a broad array of other HIV-related programs.|