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Altoona Intervention Project

While there's no cure for HIV, effective treatment lets people live full and productive lives.

The Altoona Intervention Project (AIP) helps those living with HIV and promotes preventing the spread of the disease. 

We serve people throughout Bedford, Blair, Fulton, and Huntingdon counties.

Make an appointment at the AIP

Call 814-944-2982 for free, confidential services or to schedule an HIV education or prevention program at the AIP.

Our address:

501 Howard Ave., Suite A204
Altoona, Pa.,16601

HIV Services at AIP

AIP promotes preventing the spread of HIV and provides case management services for those with HIV.

Our services include:

  • Virtual care visits with an infectious disease expert.
  • Rapid HIV and Hepatitis C testing at no cost.
  • Financial help.
  • Support groups.
  • Ridesharing or gas cards for appointments.
  • Nutrition therapy from a registered dietitian.

Should I Get Tested for HIV?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests all people between 13 and 64 get HIV testing once in their lifetime. We especially urge testing for anyone at risk for HIV infection. 

Find a site near you that offers free and confidential HIV testing.

About The Altoona Intervention Project

  The AIP:

  • Is one of Pennsylvania’s oldest HIV service providers, founded in 1986.
  • Is part of UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside in Pittsburgh.
  • Also offers HIV prevention, education, and outreach programs for schools, community groups, and high-risk persons. Contact us to request literature on HIV.

Funding for the AIP is in part by the: