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Important Numbers

National HIV/AIDS Hotline:
(800) CDC-INFO (800) 232-4636

National HIV/AIDS Hotline TTY:
(888) 232-6348

National HIV/AIDS Email:
cdcinfo@cdc.gov

Hepatitis C Association Support Line:
877-HELP-4-HEP (877-435-7443)

Living With HIV

Being diagnosed with HIV can be an overwhelming experience. If you have been recently diagnosed and need support, WNCAP can assist in providing resources and support to you and your loved ones.

If you are newly diagnosed and want more information on services and resources, please make an appointment to speak someone at WNCAP. You can also email info@wncap.org or call (828) 252-7489.

Once diagnosed with HIV, it is important to seek medical care immediately. Regardless of whether you have health insurance, there are affordable options for treatment and WNCAP is here to help you find the medical provider that will work best for your individual situation. Once you are in care, your doctor will prescribe an HIV medication regimen that will work for you and help to keep you healthy. Newly diagnosed patients may have several concerns, such as affording medications and finding community resources. WNCAP can assist to make sure you are connected to the right medical providers and resources, we can help with transportation to medical appointments, and we can ensure that you have access to affordable medications.

To learn more about living with HIV, check out the websites listed below:

thebody.com
AIDS.gov
poz.com


Prevention Education

WNCAP offers innovative age appropriate education programs and HIV/AIDS education materials for schools, worksites & community groups