OHSU Partnership Project

PARTNERSHIP PROJECT (Español)

Established in 1995, Oregon Health and Science University/Partnership Project provides a comprehensive array of services to people living with HIV/AIDS, their families and those at-risk.

Our mission is to help people living with HIV/AIDS achieve or sustain the highest possible quality of life and health and to provide those living with HIV/AIDS and their families, access to information, treatment and support services.

Join OHSU/Partnership Project for Dining Out for Life on April 24th.

Health Insurance Enrollment starting October 1st, 2013

Starting October 1st, we will provide information to those living with HIV/AIDS who are eligible for health insurance through Cover Oregon. Please consult with your HIV Case Manager before you sign up. Contact us at 503-230-1202 for information. You can also access information from the following websites:

 
Partnership Project
 
  Nursing from
the Frontlines
of HIV Care
Leslie Williams, Partnership Project, Mary Clark, Former Partnership Project Nurse, Gwen Durham from Our House and Marciela Beruman from Cascade AIDS Project talk about women's issues in HIV care.
 

HIV Case Management

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Supporting Healthy Options for Prevention (SHOP)

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Groups

Our case management services are designed for those living with HIV/AIDS and their families who need information, referrals or help in coordinating medical, mental health and other social service systems. For more information, contact Partnership Project at 503-230-1202 Unfortunately, due the end of our contract with Oregon Health Authority this service is no longer available. For prevention services in your community please refer to the AIDS Hotline 503-223-2437 or 1-800-777-2437 or http://www.oregonaidshotline.com/ for referrals they may be able to offer. We offer a variety of groups to provide support, information and an opportunity to learn from one another. Please contact Partnership Project at 503-230-1202 for more information.