Other HIV/AIDS resources in Colorado

Part D
Enhances access to comprehensive care and research of potential clinical benefit for children, youth, women and their families with or at risk for HIV. The Part D Program in Colorado is administered by The Children’s Hospital’s Children’s HIV Immunodeficiency Program.
Part F
Includes the HIV/AIDS Education and Training Centers that support HIV/AIDS training for health care providers.
  • Colorado's program is at the University of Colorado Denver's Anschutz Medical Campus.
  • Includes the Dental Reimbursement Program. This program provides support to dental schools, postdoctoral dental education programs and dental hygiene programs for care provided to PLWH. The University of Colorado School of Dentistry is the grantee for the dental program, whose sites include:
Special Projects of National Significance
Supports the development of innovative HIV/AIDS service delivery models that have the potential for replication in other areas
Minority HIV/AIDS Initiative 
Provides funding and services for communities of color. Its goals are to:
  • Expand the infrastructure of community-based organizations and HIV service delivery to people of color living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Expand services in historically underserved minority communities.
  • Ensure sustainability in an effort to reduce persistent health disparities.
Other entities
The AIDS Coalition for Education has a detailed list of other entities offering services to PLWH and their caregivers. 
Housing assistance
Housing assistance for PLWH is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Assistance is administered locally through the various AIDS service organizations.