Casa Segura works in conjunction with other community organizations to help stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C. Learn more about these organizations and the services they provide.
AIDS Housing Information Project
Phone line attendants answer inquiries, provide housing search training to providers countywide, and produce a bimonthly update/newsletter for the community.
AIDS Project of the East Bay
A community-based organization dedicated to preventing the spread of HIV and supporting individuals infected with the virus.
AIDS Walk San Francisco
Walkers raise millions of dollars for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and 43 other Bay-area AIDS organizations.
Alameda County Office of AIDS Administration
Works in partnership with the community to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and to improve the quality of life for those living with and impacted by the disease.
Better Vein Care / Safer Injection
Tips for taking care of your veins and reducing the likelihood of transmitting disease through injection drug use.
California Office of AIDS
Coordinates state programs, services and activities related to HIV/AIDS.
California Prevention and Education Project (Cal-Pep)
Provides comprehensive health education, HIV/STD treatment, case management, and peer treatment advocacy to people who are living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
East Oakland Community Project
Serves the homeless population in Oakland and Alameda County, helping people regain their foothold in society.
Harm Reduction Therapy Center
Dedicated to providing alternative treatment to people with drug and alcohol problems.
Harm Reduction Coalition
Committed to reducing drug-related harm among individuals and communities by initiating and promoting local, regional, and national harm reduction education, interventions, and community organizing. Lists needle exchange programs throughout the United States.
A program of the Alameda Health Consortium, HIV ACCESS is a primary care network serving people with HIV in Alameda County. Federally funded by the Ryan White CARE Act Title III, its mission is to provide coordinated, comprehensive, quality HIV primary care services for Alameda County's underserved communities.
La Clinica de la Raza
Improves the quality of life of the diverse communities by providing culturally appropriate, high quality, and accessible health care for all.
Organization to Achieve Solutions in Substance Abuse (OASIS)
Attends to the healthcare and psychosocial needs of persons infected with Hepatitis C, and residing in the greater East Bay community.
A national, nonprofit, community-based organization working to end the AIDS epidemic.
San Francisco Foundation
Mobilizes resources and acts as a catalyst for change to build strong communities, foster civic leadership, and promote philanthropy.
Satellite Syringe Exchange
Provides access to sterile syringes and increases access to health and social services for injection drug users.
Shadow City Report
This shadow city document was prepared and produced through the Greater Oakland Shadow City Coalition collaboration that consists of several Oakland organizations as well as HIV/AIDS community activists.
Tri-City Health Center
Provides a wide spectrum of educational, healthcare, and social services to everyone, without regard to financial position, ethnicity, language, culture, sexual orientation, or any other criterion.