Sexual Health Center
15 Waller Street, Austin, Texas 78702

The RBJ Health Center is part of Austin Public health offering two programs for HIV assistance.

The HIV Prevention Program offers the following services:

  • Free HIV testing. Call 512.972.5580 for testing dates, times, and locations.
  • Mobile HIV testing available
  • Counseling
  • Community education
  • Condom distribution

The Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Clinic offers the following services:

  • Low-cost HIV testing and screening for sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening
  • Outreach & education
  • Case management

AIDS Healthcare Foundation

AHF Healthcare Centers provide advanced medical care designed specifically for HIV-positive clients. AHF providers are knowledgeable of up-to-the-minute developments in HIV medical care. In addition, AHF Healthcare Centers are often part of the research teams testing new medications to fight HIV.

  • HIV Primary Care
  • STD Testing
  • Pharmacy Services


ASH + Well Sexual Health and Wellness

ASH + Well is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to offer care and compassion to Central Texans living with or at risk of HIV and Hepatitis C and provide resources for support, education, and empowerment. The services/programs they provide include:

  • Case Management
  • HIV Support Group
  • Alternative health therapies, including acupuncture and massage
  • Outreach
  • PrEP and PeP
  • STI treatment
  • HEP C and HRT
  • Wellness exams

Community Action, Inc. of Central Texas

Community Action’s Rural AIDS Services Program provides assistance to HIV positive individuals living in Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, and Williamson counties. These services include:

  • Case Management
  • Transportation
  • Financial assistance
  • Emergency food vouchers
  • Linkage with the Texas HIV Medication Program

CommUnity Care: David Powell Clinic

For close to 30 years, CommUnityCare has provided HIV care and treatment to Central Texans living with HIV. Currently, HIV treatment is available at our David PowellSouth Austin, and Southeast Health and Wellness Center locations. For linkage to HIV care and prevention services, please reach out through our HIV Services line: (512) 978-9000.

Integral Care -- Community AIDS Resources and Education (CARE):

This program helps adults living with or at risk of getting HIV who also live with a mental illness and/or use alcohol or drugs. Services include:

  • Mental health support
  • Drug and alcohol treatment
  • Hepatitis C and HIV testing
  • Support groups
  • Education
  • Harm reduction supplies like condoms

Project Transitions, Inc.

Project Transitions provides hospice, housing, medical transportation and clothing vouchers.

Vivent Health

AIDS Services of Austin (ASA) is now Vivent Health, the region’s oldest and largest community-based organization addressing the local AIDS crisis. Vivent Health provides the following services/programs:

  • Moody Medical Clinic
  • Case Management
  • The Jack Sansing Dental Clinic
  • Helping Hands Food Pantry
  • Capital Area AIDS Legal Project (CAALP)
  • Paul Kirby Emergency Financial Assistance Fund
  • HIV Counseling, Testing & Prevention
  • The Q Project
  • Women Rising Project

Waterloo Counseling Center

The Waterloo Counseling Center (WCC), a privately owned nonprofit organization serving Austin since 1983, provides affordable mental health counseling services in an accepting environment with an expertise in gender and sexual diversity. Waterloo Counseling Center became a program of Texas Health Action in 2021. The services Waterloo provides are:

  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Couples counseling
  • Family counseling
  • HIV support counseling
  • Transsexual/transgender support therapy
  • Coming out issues centered therapy
  • Abuse/trauma issues therapy

Additional resources

  • Medical Assistance Program
  • Texas HIV Medication Program
  • International Association of Providers of AIDS Care -  Fast Track Cities Austin/Travis County Fast-Track Cities is a global partnership between more than 380 cities, the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC), the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), and the City of Paris. The partnership’s aim is to end urban HIV epidemics by getting to zero new HIV infections, zero AIDS-related deaths, and zero HIV-related stigma. Launched on World AIDS Day 2014, the partnership also advances efforts to end tuberculosis (TB) epidemics and eliminate viral hepatitis (HBV and HCV) in urban settings by 2030.In June 2018, the City of Austin Mayor and Travis County Judge signed the Paris Declaration committing to achieve a set of 95-95-95 (recently raised from 90-90-90) targets which contain initiatives to end the global AIDS epidemic by 2030.
  • IAPAC FTC Austin/Travis County Resource Portal