AIDS Resource Center opens new HIV medical home in Madison

AIDS Resource Center opens new HIV medical home in Madison

The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin recognized World AIDS Day Tuesday with the opening of its newest HIV medical home in Madison, according to a release.

The ARCW HIV medical home, at 600 Williamson St., provides medical, dental and mental health care, and pharmacy and social services, so people with HIV have the tools they need to live a long, healthy life with HIV, officials said.

“World AIDS Day is a day set aside to remember the countless number of loved ones we have lost, to support the thousands of people living with HIV today who need access to health care and treatment, and to rededicate ourselves to doing all we can as individuals and as a society to eliminate new infections from occurring,” ARCW President and CEO Michael J. Gifford said in the release. “The opening of a new medical home in Madison and our ongoing dedication to expanding HIV prevention and testing services to all who need them everywhere in Wisconsin are just two of the ways we mark this solemn and important day.”

HIV patients and people at-risk for HIV can learn more about ARCW programs and services online.