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HIV Care & Prevention

HIV Care & Supportive Services

St. Clair County Health Department provides Ryan White medical and supportive services for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. An array of services is available to individuals who are engaged in Ryan White case management services.

Ryan White Case Managers provide education, support, and resources for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Case Mangers work with clients to overcome barriers impacting their overall health and wellness and assist clients in navigating the HIV care system. Examples of services include:

  • HIV related medical and lab co-pays
  • Medication co-pays
  • Treatment adherence counseling
  • Mental health co-pays
  • Support group
  • Dental care
  • Transportation
  • Food
  • Utility assistance
  • Housing
  • Partner HIV Testing

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Proof of HIV/AIDS diagnosis
  • Proof of Residency in one of the following IL counties (Bond, Calhoun, Clinton, Fayette, Jersey, Macoupin, Madison, Marion, Monroe, Randolph, St. Clair, and Washington)

Please note – income eligibility varies by service type.
Please contact us using the fillable form below for more information.

If you or someone you know is living with HIV and in need of assistance, please contact us using the form below or call us at 618-825-4485.

HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) Testing

St. Clair County Health Department offers free, confidential, and rapid HIV testing by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, you can fill out the form and an HIV Prevention Specialist will contact you directly or you can contact us at (618) 381-2877. Please leave a message when you call.

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U=U

Undetectable = Untransmittable

Reaching an undetectable HIV viral load is one of the goals of HIV treatment.  Undetectable means that the amount of HIV virus in your blood is so little that it can’t be measured with laboratory tests.

Current research shows that taking HIV medications as prescribed, getting to an undetectable viral load and staying undetectable prevents transmitting HIV to others through sex.