Services to People Living with HIV/AIDS

All services of the AIDS Project of Southern Vermont are free and confidential. We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS. To this end, we provide:

Case Management
Assistance for HIV positive individuals in receiving and maintaining needed medical, social and vocational services. We provide referrals to and coordination with a broad range of human services in the community.

Benefits Advocacy
Assistance with applications for state and federal insurance programs that provide medical services, medications, dental care, Social Security and disability issues.

Financial Assistance
Limited state and agency funding to assist eligible clients with housing, mental health care, substance abuse treatment, transportation, nutrition, emergencies and other needs related to HIV/AIDS care.

Food Programs

Dove Program: Non-perishable food, nutritional supplements and personal care items available to supplement the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS and their households. These items are donated from members of area faith communities and shoppers at the Brattleboro Food Co-op.

Gathering for Mealtime: We provide frozen food, non-perishable food, and fresh fruits and vegetables to our clients in the community. We offer items on a rotating basis that are available at our offices. This program is a collaboration with the Vermont Foodbank.

For more information
Brattleboro office:
Call Marguerite at (802) 254-4444 or email monet@sover.net

Bennington office:
Call Cynthia at (802) 447-8007 or email cmhimmel@sover.net