Philadelphia FIGHT

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About us

Philadelphia FIGHT is a regional HIV/AIDS service provider and advocacy organization. We sponsor the Jonathan Lax Treatment Center, Philadelphia's largest HIV/AIDS clinical practice, along with clinical research and a one stop shopping model that includes case management, nutritional services. The Diana Baldwin Center offers behavioral health and the TREE IOP/OP helps those who are struggling with issues related to drug and alcohol usage. Our leadership program Project TEACH (Treatment Education Advocates Combating HIV) is an intensive eight week training program for HIV+ people who want to learn to manage their HIV, and to advocate for themselves and others. The Critical Path AIDS Project offers classes to cross the digital divide. The Youth Health Empowerment Project (Y-HEP) reaches youth who are homeless, sex workers, or substance abusers on the streets of Philadelphia and through a drop-in center. The AIDS Library offers books, video's, and assistance with computer use. The institute for Community Justice serve returning citizens who have been recently released from the jails. The newest program is our John Bell Clinic, which will be serving all HIV- patients with a special emphasis on those suffering with HepC. Our goal is to end the AIDS epidemic in the lifetime of those living with HIV now.


Contact information

Date Founded: 1990

Government ID number: 23-2625934

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Phone: 215-985-4448

Fax: 215-985-4952

1233 Locust St., Philadelphia, PA, 19107, US

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