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 Interior AIDS Association  907-452-4222

Prevention

Dedicated to preventing the spread of HIV in our Community through education and support for behavior change.

We offer Free HIV and HEP C Testing

 

Alaska's Northern Exchange Syringe Program:

 

710 3rd Ave Fairbanks AK 99701

Monday - Thursday 

10 AM - 3 PM 

Phone 907-452-4222 Ext 101 

  A safe place to receive New and Clean Syringes and Safer Injection Kits.

We have a drop off Bin for old and used Syringes available on site.

 

We offer Free HIV and HEP C Testing

Monday - Thurs 11am-3Pm

 

 

 

HIV Client Services

IAA's HIV Client Services Program provides support to people living with HIV/AIDS and their families.

 

Services include:

Case Management and Advocacy

Food Pantry and Nutrition Support

Housing Assistance

  • Rental Assistance - Long Term
  • Short Term Rent, Mortgage, and Utility Assistance.
  • Housing Placement - Deposit/First month rent.

 

Call IAA's HIV Services Staff at

452-4222 extension 108 - Jeff

            or extension 110 - Taniesha email casemanager@interioraids.org

 

 

Project Special Delivery

A Comprehensive Medication-Assisted Treatment Program and Harm Reduction Services for Drug Users and Their Community.

 

Call (907)452-4222 ext. 100 for more information. A staff member will respond to all messages.

 

Who Is Eligible?

· People who are currently and have been addicted to heroin or other opiates for one year or longer are eligible for Methadone Maintenance.

· Pregnant women and injection drug users are given priority in admissions.

How to Apply

1. Pick up an application packet at 710 3rd Avenue in downtown Fairbanks or call (907)452-4222 to have an application mailed, faxed or emailed to you.

2. Complete the application and return it to PSD. A staff member will review it with you.

3. Complete an assessment with a substance abuse counselor.

4. Document your history of addiction with medical or pharmacy records, statements from family members, or records from previous treatment programs.

5. A urine sample is required before admission. It must be positive for opiates and negative for benzodiazepines.

6. Methadone administration begins on the day of admission following a physical exam.

 

 

Interior AIDS Association offers HIV Prevention, HIV Testing, Hepatitis C Testing, Medication Assisted Treatment for opioid use disorders, and case management and support for people living with HIV/AIDS.

 

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