The Philadelphia AIDS Consortium (TPAC)
World Health Care Infrastructures (WHCI)
At the heart of Philadelphia, our nonprofit organization is driven by a powerful mission to empower and uplift all marginalized communities through comprehensive wrap-around services. By forging strategic partnerships, we are able to deliver essential support and resources to those in need.
With a compassionate focus on mental health, we provide dedicated care to immigrant victims of crimes and LGBTQ communities, recognizing and addressing the unique challenges they face. Additionally, our commitment to accessible healthcare extends to encompass essential medical services, including HIV treatment and prevention.
Understanding the multifaceted needs of the most marginalized individuals, we go beyond health services to offer legal assistance, ensuring their rights and .
Recognizing the importance of basic necessities, we provide food assistance and medication prescription aid, striving to bridge the gaps for those who fall through the margins of society and government support.
Through our comprehensive approach, we aim to foster resilience and empowerment, enabling individuals to rebuild their lives and contribute positively to the community. Together, we work towards creating a more inclusive and equitable society, where every member, regardless of their background, receives the care and support they rightfully deserve.
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We provide individual counseling, therapy and mental evaluation sessions which are mostly for victims of crimes in the progress of applying for U-Visa and T-visa and asylum. We also facilitate the following support groups :
Trans-Formation project for the transgender, gender non-conforming and gender variants communities (in English)
Victims of crimes (in Spanish)
Men support group (in Spanish)
Mental health support (in English & Spanish)
Our medical clinic is staffed with Doctor David Agosto, a nurse practitioner and Dr. Helena Kwakwa, the director of Infectious Diseases of Philadelphia Department of Public Health. We provide primary care for immigrants, people with HIV/AIDS and special need communities. These include:
Immigrants with uninsured and under-insured care
Medication for those in the 340 B program
Access to special needs community services
emergency food program
We offer STI testing services using rapid testing technology for the following infections:
We also provide testing and linkage to Care Certification Program and Sexual Violence and HIV Certification.