AIDS / HIV
The Loudoun County Health Department provides confidential HIV testing, which includes pre- and post-test counseling, as well as the blood test. HIV-positive persons who have no health insurance or Medicaid and who are medically indigent may receive medications through the state AIDS Drug Assistance Program
The Health Department helps to facilitate the entrance into care for county residents with HIV infection. Individuals must meet financial criteria to qualify for this Ryan White Care Act program. Primary medical care includes doctor visits, laboratory tests, diagnostic tests, and prescriptions.
To schedule an appointment, please call 703-777-0236. View directions to the Shenandoah Building
HIV Resources Project of the Northern Virginia Regional Commission
- 102 Heritage Way.NE, Suite 100, Leesburg, VA 20176
The HIV Resources Project
provides information about services available to People Living with AIDS / HIV (PWAs) in the Northern and Northwestern Virginia regions. The information is intended for PWAs as well as service providers, including case managers and housing counselors.
For more information on the HIV Resources Project, please contact the Northern Virginia Regional Commission by calling 703-642-0700 or visiting:
3060 Williams Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22030