Protect Yourself, Protect Your Community

 

An HIV diagnosis doesn’t have to stop you from living a long and healthy life. With the proper treatment and care, you can live as long as someone who doesn’t have HIV.

 

The best way to fight HIV is to know your status. AIDS Outreach offers free rapid HIV and Syphilis testing to anyone in Gallatin, Park and Madison Counties.

 

For those who are HIV+, treatment should begin as soon as possible. We’ll help connect you with a healthcare provider, assist you in finding financial resources, and offer an emotional support system for you and your family or caregiver.

 

You don’t have to manage HIV on your own, we’re here for you.

 

To schedule a test, call 406.451.5718

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About AIDS Outreach

Mission:

Dedicated to empowering people and communities affected by HIV through testing, prevention, support and education,
AIDS Outreach serves Gallatin, Park and Madison Counties, Montana.
Vision:
AIDS Outreach was founded in 2006 to:
1) Provide critical support for people affected with HIV/AIDS
2) Address an overall lack of awareness regarding HIV and AIDS in southwest Montana
We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for those living with HIV here in southwest Montana.
We are also committed to reducing the transmission of HIV, along with eliminating the stigma and shame associated
with the virus.
Annually, we hold our fundraiser the Red Ribbon Ball, held on or near December 1st, in order to coincide with the
commemoration of World AIDS Day.

Services:

We offer anonymous HIV and Syphilis testing and support. If you need additional confirmatory testing for either HIV or
syphilis, AIDS Outreach will make sure you get to the right place. Even if you don’t have a healthcare provider or
insurance, we will make sure that you are treated with respect and correct follow-up testing is done.
Other services we provide are:
 Free condoms
 HIV education
 Referrals for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
AIDS Outreach also offers services to those already living with HIV, such as:
 Support groups
 Individual counseling
 Financial assistance (e.g., food, clothing, shelter, medical treatment, etc.)
 Direct outreach and support for families and caregivers
Our services are accessible to everyone in our community, and we partner with state and local organizations concerned
with HIV/AIDS in order to provide a broad-based support and commitment system.