APLA's bilingual programs and services enhance both the health and quality of life of people living with HIV. Our services are designed to promote self-sufficiency for people living with HIV/AIDS, to support better medical outcomes, and to keep people living with HIV/AIDS in care.

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Are you eligible to receive services from APLA? Find out here.

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Find a Location

APLA provides services in multiple locations throughout LA County, from the South Bay to the Antelope Valley.

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Vance North NOLP Food Pantries

Staying healthy while living with HIV can be hard. NOLP offers free food, personal care items, and nutritional services to those who qualify.

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APLA Dental Services

APLA offers comprehensive dental care through two state-of-the-art dental clinics and a mobile dental van.

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Case Management

APLA case managers will provide you with individualized support and guidance to help you access the services that you need.

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Home Health

The Home Health Program provides medical and social work case management, as well as supportive services to help you remain independent in your home.

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Counseling Services

Find help for a range of mental health challenges – including depression, anxiety, addiction, and more – from APLA’s skilled clinicians.

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We offer expertise on HIV-related benefits and insurance issues to help you maximize your public benefits options or return to work.

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Treatment Education

Get the latest information on current treatment options and let our treatment educators help you get – and stay – healthy!

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Housing Support

If you’re seeking safe, affordable, and stable housing, let our trained staff help you build a plan to find a home.

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Nutrition Education

APLA Nutrition Education classes, taught by a registered dietitian, are offered in English and Spanish.

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Use our hotline to get information on, and referrals to, LA-area programs and services, as well as answers to your general questions about HIV/AIDS.

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Low Income Taxpayer Clinic

APLA’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic offers free representation and tax assistance for low income taxpayers. For more information, call 213.201.1500.

Affordable Care Act Implementation

APLA offers you basic information on how healthcare reform could impact you and what you need to know.

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