The following programs are offered free to the community under grant funding:

Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center (MATEC)
A resource for Minnesota health care providers caring for persons at risk for and living with HIV/AIDS. MATEC provides a service to link Minnesota providers to education, training, and clinical consultation resources for the screening, testing, and management of HIV/AIDS. Any provider of services to people at risk for or living with HIV can contact our project staff for technical assistance.

Rainbow Health Initiative
Founded in 2000, The Rainbow Health Initiative is a non-profit corporation comprised of community activists, physicians, health advocates and citizens. The mission of Rainbow Health is improving the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer people in Minnesota through education, clinical practice, research and advocacy. Rainbow Health has established itself as an authoritative source of health information on and for the GLBTQ community.

Red Door Clinic
Red Door Clinic is the largest HIV/STD testing site in Minnesota, providing testing, treatment and health education around STDs, Ryan White HIV medical care for the uninsured, as well as pregnancy prevention and targeted HIV/STD programming.

Delaware Street HIV Clinic
The Delaware Street Clinic at University of Minnesota Medical Center-Fairview provides world-class care from physicians who are leaders in infectious disease research.

Youth & AIDS Project
YAP’s HIV prevention program provides individual risk assessment, risk reduction education counseling, peer education, referral to other medical & psychosocial services, and longitudinal follow-up for 13-24 year old men who have sex with men.

Minnesota AIDS Project

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