What Can We Do for You?

AIDS Alabama provides a wide array of services to help people maintain healthy, independent lives.

Mental Health Help

Living Well Out Patient Outpatient Center

AIDS Alabama offers a variety of mental health services through our Living Well Outpatient Center. Services offered include:  psychiatric assessment; medication monitoring; nursing assessment; individual, family, and group therapy; psychosocial support services; GED, vocational, and independent living skills training; treatment adherence counseling; bi-lingual case management; telehealth services to rural areas, including psychiatric evaluation, mental health counseling, and case management.

These services are offered to individuals living with HIV and are eligible for Ryan White coverage. The Living Well Outpatient Center is designed for HIV+ consumers with emotional and mental health problems and want counseling services as well as those with a serious mental health diagnosis.

Please contact our main office at 205-324-9822 and ask to speak with our Living Well Outpatient Center Administrative Coordinator, Earlethea Coleman for more information or to arrange for an initial screening.


Living Well Center Referral Information

Please have your provider complete the following form and submit with documentation to livingwell@aidsalabama.org or fax to (number TBA).

Please Attach the following with the referral form:

___ HIV Verification

___ CD4 & Viral Load

___ Income Verification

___ Photo ID

___ SS Card

___ Birth Certificate



AIDS Alabama also offers a communal living residential facility for adults living with a diagnosis of serious mental illness, are living with HIV, and meet Housing and Urban Development (HUD) low-income limits. Participants in this program must be on psychotropic medication, be willing to accept case management, participate in treatment planning, be compliant with mental health and medical treatment, complete basic daily living skills, be able to live independently with reasonable accommodations as related to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and pass a drug test. This program has a waiting list.

Please call our main office at 205-324-9822 and ask to speak with our Residential Care Coordinator, Shulette Prince, to obtain an application