Area 1 HIV/AIDS Program
Fairfield Service Center, 1295 West Fairfield Drive, Pensacola, Florida 32501
Please contact our office if you need additional information or printed materials. We can provide brochures for persons living with HIV and AIDS, as well as for the general public.
The Area 1 HIV/AIDS Program provides the following services to persons living with HIV and AIDS in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties in Northwest Florida.
- Information and referral
- Program administration
- Contract administration
- Outpatient ambulatory HIV medical care through contracted provider
- HIV counseling and testing services oversight
- Public health prevention services
- Public education
- Licensed professional education
- HIV/AIDS drug assistance program
- Dental services
- Nutrition services
- Disease surveillance services
- Technical assistance
- Support to community-based organizations
Services may be provided directly by program staff, or through contracts with area providers.
Have you just found out you are HIV positive?
You may feel scared or upset first, but now that you know you are HIV positive, you have the ability to control what happens next.
Living with HIV isn’t like it used to be. It is no longer a death sentence. Being treated for HIV leads to feeling well and living a full, productive and healthy life. Some things may have to change, however you may find that embracing the changes can improve your life.
STEP ONE: Visit www.noflacweb.org. Click on the heading, “New HIV+?”. You will find a link there called “Day One”. This one-page document was written by people living with HIV who know what you’re going through and who care about your health and well-being. Let it guide you as you cope with learning the news of your positive HIV status.
STEP TWO: Connect to services. Visit “Local HIV Services” at www.noflacweb.org. You will find the a list of the many HIV and AIDS service programs available in Northwest Florida. These programs provide a wide variety of services to assist you in living with HIV.
STEP THREE: After reading “Day One” and finding out about services, return to the home page and visit all of the pages under the home page buttons. There you will find a world of information that can give you strength and resolve in your fight against HIV.
HIV Counseling & Testing Sites (45.3kb; pdf)
HIV/AIDS Program Brochure (162.76kb; pdf)
HIV/AIDS Surveillance General Report (180.21kb; pdf)
HIV/AIDS Surveillance Summary (129 kb; pdf)
April to December 2015 Calendar (468 kb; pdf)
NOFLAC Palm Card (93.82kb; pdf)
Location & Contact Information
Fairfield Service Center, 1295 West Fairfield Drive
The Area 1 HIV/AIDS office is open Monday-Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM. Call 850-595-6345 for more information.