Care you can count on.

HIV Care Coordination

Our experts are there to join you in your journey every step of the way.

At THP, you have access to a personalized case manager and partnerships with Regional Center for Infectious Disease (RCID) and Wake Forest Baptist Health. Together, we will put together a treatment plan that is attainable and sustainable.

Your care is provided:

  • whether you do or don’t have insurance
  • whether you are virally suppressed, on or off a current treatment plan
  • whether you are working, receiving benefits, or without income

Contact us to set an appointment for your care today, and together, we will chart a course for whole person wellness.

Your Partner Throughout the Journey

Additional services for whole person wellness.

Food Pantry for People Living With HIV

No one in our community should go hungry. If access to food is a challenge, you are not alone. Last year, we shared more than 3600 bags of groceries from our Food Pantry with our friends and neighbors living with HIV. Steady meals are part of keeping every body at their healthiest. Every week, individuals and businesses throughout the community donate diverse and easy to prepare foods to share with you. Access the Food Pantry during office hours or contact us to arrange a delivery of food to your door.

Resource Referrals

Domestic + Sexual Assault Support

  • Family Justice Center: Victims of domestic and sexual violence can come to one location to access a wide range of supportive resources, such as talking with a victim advocate, getting assistance with filing a restraining order, planning for their safety, talking to a law enforcement officer, meeting with a professional to discuss civil and criminal legal issues, receiving medical assistance, and gaining information on how to access shelter and other community resources.

Housing Services

  • Greensboro Housing Coalition (GHC) : GHC is a HUD certified Housing Counseling Agency that works with individuals and families at any stage of the continuum from homelessness to homeownership.

Treatment Adherence Counseling

  • Guilford County Solution to the Opioid Problem (GCSTOP) : The program engages individuals in harm reduction practices, distributes and trains community members and high-risk populations on the use of naloxone, conducts community health education, coordinates community resources with other community partners, operates mobile and fixed-site syringe exchange programs (SEP), and builds relationships focused on ending opioid overdose

Immigration Support

  • Faith Action International : We serve and advocate alongside thousands of newcomers each year, while educating and connecting diverse communities across lines of culture and faith – turning strangers into neighbors!

Transgender Support

  • Trans Lifeline : Trans Lifeline is a grassroots hotline and microgrants 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community. Hotline: 877-565-8860

Strength in Community

Shared experience, powerful support

Higher Ground

As a unique community sanctuary by and for people living with HIV, the day center features original programming, free lunches, and so much more. No matter where you are in your journey, you are welcome here.

Support Groups

Join with others for these lively, honest discussions ranging from the day-to-day experience of living with HIV to inside dating tips. Find a support group that suits you, whether it’s our High Point REACH or popular women’s group. Contact us to get the latest schedule and make this your time to connect.

Community Advisory Board (CAB)

This group brings together allies and advocates as well as individuals living with HIV to provide feedback and help guide THP’s programming. Want to end the impact of HIV on our community? Contact us and let’s get to it!

Special Events

Did you know that you can do good and have fun at the same time? Attending and supporting our special events is a great way to keep THP strong and lift up the message that we can end the impact of HIV by working together. Whether you do that during our annual Bead Bash event or during our Ron Johnson Red Ribbon Run + AIDS Walk, your voice makes a difference! Learn more about our events here.