HIV/AIDS Core Service
HIV/AIDS Hotline (Bilingual)
1-877-TO-LIAAC (outside Nassau/Suffolk)
or 631-385-AIDS (within Nassau/Suffolk)
The LIAAC Hotline is nationally renowned as one of the longest running suburban models. Not only is our hotline a primary referral source for infected and affected Long Islanders looking for AIDS-related services, it is often the first place teens and adults turn to for confidential HIV education.
Case Management Services is a multi-step process used to ensure timely access to and coordination of medical and psychosocial support services. LIAAC provides case management, crisis intervention and support to HIV+ individuals, those at high risk for HIV infection and their families living on Long Island.
LIAAC offers a variety of groups to support people living with HIV infection.
Support Groups for People Living with HIV/AIDS
Nutrition for Life
The Long Island Association for AIDS Care (LIAAC) provides the following three food/meal components: home delivered meals, grocery/food pantry bags, and food vouchers. Clients on the home-delivered meals component will be provided with a minimum of 20 frozen meals. Each meal is inclusive of the frozen meal, juices, snacks, and frozen or fresh fruit each month.
Pantry on Wheels
Providing on the spot services to reduce and prevent hunger on Long Island.
The Prevention Education Department educates communities on Long Island about HIV and AIDS and offers specialized training for professionals who work with this disease.
HIV Counseling, Testing and Referral (CTR) Services
LIAAC's mobile outreach program provides HIV Counseling, Testing, and Referral (CTR) services to Long Island's underserved communities targeting high-risk individuals such as, substance users, Injection Drug Users (IDUs), Men who have Sex with Men (MSM), persons who exchange sex for money/drugs, persons who have unprotected sex with people who are at high risk (or with multiple sex partners), and/or persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) regardless of race or ethnicity.
The hallmark of LIAAC's integrated mobile service program is: using traveling service centers proactive wheeled approach (vans/r.v.'s and trained mobile staff) to overcome barriers and literally bring an array of core services to disadvantaged clients "on their own turf," in culturally and linguistically sensitive ways.
IGetCare® is designed to link HIV-positive Long Islanders with health care and other community resources. Whether newly diagnosed with HIV/AIDS or a long term survivor, getting regular medical care is an important part of monitoring and maintaining health.
Formerly incarcerated individuals returning to Long Island from Federal and State Correctional Facilities face multiple challenges in their attempt to reestablish themselves as productive members of society.
To access these and other LIAAC services, please call the LIAAC Hotline - 1-877-TO-LIAAC
For more information, please contact our hotline at 1.877.TO.LIAAC