Resource Center’s health campus provides critical assistance to people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
The Harold Simmons Foundation Health Campus is the Center’s one-stop facility for services that help meet the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS. The health campus provides nutritious meals and food products distributed through a weekday hot meals program and food pantry. Case management works with clients to navigate the care and support systems available in North Texas.
HIV services provided by Resource Center include:
- Case Management
- Client Intake*
- Cyber Center
- Food Pantry
- Health Insurance Assistance
- Hot Meals Program
- Nutrition Education
- Support Groups
*Clienst must meet the eligibility standards outlined in Client Intake. In order to establish eligibility for Resource Center HIV services, all potential clients must complete an intake session. For a detailed explanation of an intake session and a list of acceptable documentation for establishing eligibility, click here.
HIV services are provided in accordance with the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act to people with a diagnosis of HIV/AIDS who have income under 300% of the Federal Poverty Level, income under 400% of the Federal Povery Level for the insurance assistance program and reside in the agency’s service area.
Services are provided regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or inability to pay.