Resources

There are agency and informational resources throughout Hampton Roads available for those affected and infected with HIV/AIDS. Please see the following websites or service agencies for additional assistance.

HIV/AIDS

Global

AVERTing AIDS and HIV
HIV/AIDS Statistics from Around the World

United States

Virginia

Hampton Roads

Virginia Department of Health
Regional Statistics

Local Services

  • City of Norfolk: Homeless Services
  • The Daily Press – Hampton Roads Resources
  • Hampton Roads Pride  – (757) 269-9707
    Their mission is to educate the Hampton Roads community about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender issues, including equal rights for the LGBT community and protecting LGBT families.
  • HRBOR: Hampton Roads Business OutReach
    A networking group for LGBT owned and LGBT supportive businesses.
  • Norfolk Community Services Board – (757) 441-5300
    225 W. Olney Road, Suite 100, Norfolk, VA 23510
  • Norfolk Department of Human Services – (757) 664-6000
    712 Monticello Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23510
  • Park Place Medical Center – (757) 533-9108
    3415 Granby Street, Norfolk, VA 23504
  • PFLAG-Norfolk/South Hampton Roads Chapter 
    (757) 321-1144
    Made up of parents, families, friends, and straight allies uniting with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people, PFLAG is committed to advancing equality through its mission of support, education, and advocacy.
  • Seton Youth Shelters – (757) 498-4357
    As part of the Safe Place network, LGBT Life Center is a safe haven for youth in crisis. Seton Youth Shelters is the licensed Safe Place Agency for our region, serving runaway/homeless youth and youth in crisis within their family, school, and/or community.
  • Straight Talk – (757) 625-6992, Heterosexual support group
  • WHRO’s Non-Profit Resource List

Teen/Youth

My Sistas
Sponsored by Advocates for Youth, this website offers health information to young women of color.

Sex, Etc.
A website by teens for teens, this site helps youth avoid pregnancy and disease during their teenage years.

Teen Scene
Developed by Advocates for Youth, this website helps young people access sexual health resources and information.