HIV Uninsured Care Program - Program
New York State Department of Health
Corning Tower, Empire State Plaza
Offers free medication for individuals with HIV/AIDS through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program/ADAP. Offers free primary care for people with HIV/AIDS through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program/ADAP Plus. DOES NOT COVER hospitalization or Emergency Room visits. Pays health insurance premiums for individuals with HIV/AIDS through ADAP Plus Insurance Continuum (APIC). Offers free home care for chronically dependent individuals with HIV/AIDS. Maintains a hotline for AIDS and HIV questions.
Public Health and Safety Hotline - Program
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1600 Clifton Road
Provides health and safety information and referrals to local health departments. Offers information on a variety of health topics that include: Diseases and general health information. Vaccine and vaccine-preventable diseases. International travelers health information and cruise. ship scores. Workplace safety and health. Toxic or environmental exposure. Birth and death certificates.
Upstate COVID-19 Hotline - Program
SUNY Upstate Medical University
750 East Adams Street
Provides a volunteer-staffedÂ regional triage line dedicated to coronavirus-related questions and concerns. Anyone showing possible symptoms, or may have had an exposure to someone diagnosed with a positive case of COVID-19, would call this line to be guided on next steps. Volunteers areÂ from across the Upstate campuses, and a health care provider will be available at all times to assist with triaging calls.
Postpartum Support International - Program
Postpartum Support International
6706 SW 54th Avenue
Promotes awareness, prevention, and treatment of mental health issues related to childbirth. Offers telephone support and trainings. Offers online and phone support groups/chats. Provides linkages to local, in-person counseling and support services for mothers and their family members.
Madison County COVID-19 Hotline - Program
138 N Court Street
Provides information to people with questions or concerns about the COVID-19 virus. This hotline is not for people experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Anyone sick or feeling mildly ill, should stay home and monitor their symptoms, call their primary healthcare provider for questions regarding symptoms or, the Upstate University Hospital Triage Line for those without a provider.*Provides vaccine information and registration on their website.