Find HIV care and support if you just moved to Arkansas from another state.
Find support available to a person just diagnosed with HIV in Arkansas.
Find support groups with other positives living in and around Arkansas.
Find free HIV/STI testing, PrEP care, condoms, and more in Arkansas.
Ryan White programs differ from state to state. Ryan White eligibility and benefits are based on the state where you live. You will always be required to re-enroll when accessing Ryan White benefits in a different state. You may be surprised or frustrated at how services in Arkansas may differ. Ryan White Case Managers (called Service Access Specialists in Arkansas) and Community Health Workers can help you navigate this process. They will help you find a Ryan White provider and supportive services in your new Arkansas community.
Schedule an intake with a Ryan White Case Manager near you to determine program eligibility and enroll in Ryan White services in the state of Arkansas.
You can use our Resource Directory to locate the Ryan White Case Management Agency that is closest to you. Just click the button marked "Find a Resource" below:
The Ryan White program helps people living with HIV who have little or no insurance get the help they need to live a better life. The program works with states and cities to offer this care to more than half a million people with HIV each year. Only people with HIV can apply. An enrollment application must be completed at an intake appointment at a Ryan White Service Access Center in the state.
Applicants must provide documentation to show eligibility:
proof of HIV status
proof of residency in Arkansas
proof of household size
proof of income from all sources insurance cards (if you have insurance at time of enrollment)
Schedule an intake with a Ryan White Case Manager near you to determine program eligibility and enroll in Ryan White services. You can use our Resource Directory to locate the Ryan White Case Management Agency that is closest to you. Just click the button marked "Find a Resource" below:
Newly diagnosed? Or just not sure where to find someone who understands? Peer-led discussion groups with other positives in the state who know what you are going through often help.
There are groups and peers in Arkansas that are committed to empowering you to manage HIV and your ongoing emotional health.
You can use our Resource Directory to locate a Support Group or other peer-based community resource that is closest to you. Just click the button marked "Find a Resource" below:
You can use our Resource Directory to locate a HIV/STI Testing, PrEP, Condoms, and other options to prevent HIV for free in Arkansas. Just click the button marked "Find a Resource" below:
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