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Community Programs


Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline

1-800-FLA-AIDS (English)
1-800-545-SIDA (Spanish)
1-800-AIDS-101 (Haitian Creole)
1-888-503-7118 (TDD/TYY)

The Department of Health funds 14 Ryan White Part B HIV care consortia within Florida. The consortia advise the HIV/AIDS Section on planning and prioritizing the service needs of people living with HIV.

Each consortium plans, develops, and delivers comprehensive outpatient health and support services to meet the identified needs of people living with HIV within its specified geographic area. Consortia membership is open to all interested individuals, and we especially encourage participation by persons with HIV.

Learn more by contacting your area's consortium lead agency or by calling the Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline at 1-800-FLA-AIDS (English), 1-888-503-7118 (TDY), 1-800-545-SIDA (Spanish), or 1-800-AIDS-101 (Creole).

Hotline Hours

M-F: 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sat: 10:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

  • Housing Support Service
  • Manuals, Guidelines, and Forms
  • Additional Resources
Housing Support Service
The Ryan White Part B housing support service is used as described in the HIV/AIDS Section’s Patient Care Program Administrative Guidelines. Documents for administering housing support services include:
1. Housing Support Service Guidance
2. Housing Plan of Care
3. Client Housing Payment Assistance Worksheet
4. Housing File Review Worksheet
5. Client Needs Assessment
6. Client Budget Worksheet

AIDS Pharmaceutical Assistance

Peer Programs

Consumer HIV Advisory Group (CHAG)
The primary function of the CHAG is to provide meaningful input into the development of HIV/AIDS Section policies and programs that impact PLWH.
Statewide Comprehensive Plan
The Statewide Comprehensive Plan was developed in conjunction with community planning partners throughout the state.