Mental health services are available for people living with HIV both in person or virtually. We understand that there are different stages of acceptance of an HIV diagnosis, and our counselors are here to help. Our services aim to help clients manage their mental health and aid in providing proactive coping mechanisms to continue living their life. Counseling sessions can be conducted individually or in a group setting. All of our counselors are licensed and are committed to helping clients achieve their personal goals.
Mental Health Counseling
Counseling is provided to individuals and families
Substance Abuse Treatment
One-one-one counseling focusing on substance abuse.
Expert Psychiatry that focuses on the emotional, mental and behavioral disorders with the use of medication.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I make an appointment to see a counselor?
First, AARC eligibility paperwork must be completed with our intake services. An appointment can be made by calling AARC’s main number to establish eligibility.
A Mental health Assessment/Substance Abuse Assessment and a psychosocial assessment will be filled at first appointment.
Do you offer psychiatric services?
Yes, AARC offers psychiatric services two times a week.
Do you offer video counseling sessions?
Yes, services are offered both in person and video.