Athens

Equitas Health’s Athens office continues to provide the high impact HIV/AIDS health navigation, testing, and supportive services that have been our legacy for more than 30 years.

Office Closure Notice: Our Athens office is closed until further notice. All staff members are working remotely and can be reached at their direct phone lines and by email. If you are a current Equitas Health client, please contact your case manager directly. For questions or assistance please call 740-529-0018.

The Equitas Health Athens office provides supportive HIV/AIDS services for individuals living in the following counties: Athens, Belmont, Coshocton, Gallia, Guernsey, Hocking, Jackson, Lawrence, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble, Perry, Pike, Ross, Scioto, Vinton, Washington.

We are #Healthworthy

Address

8 West Stimson Avenue
Athens OH, 45701

Office
740-331-4165

Fax
(740) 594-6037

Office Hours
Monday-Friday Physical office closed. Please contact case manager by phone or email.

Testing Times

No testing at this time.
Please check back here for updates.

Available Services

Behavioral Health

Equitas Health seeks to care for the whole person, including their full range of mental and emotional being. As such, we offer psychiatry, individual psychotherapy […]

HIV/AIDS Health Navigation

Even the most prepared can become overwhelmed navigating our country’s healthcare system and insurance options. We’ll help you navigate these paths to ensure you’re getting the care and treatment you need and deserve.

HIV/STI Testing

Experts believe up to 90 percent of new HIV infections could be stopped with the proper care and treatment. Likewise, the majority of STIs can be easily prevented, thus halting the spread. That’s why prevention is a big part of Equitas Health’s HIV and STI strategy, and that starts with getting tested.

PrEP Health Navigation

  Who can use PAPI? People who: Have a negative HIV status, live in Ohio,  and make less than $62,450 (for a household of 1). […]

Undetectable = Untransmittable

We are living in a new era of HIV treatment and prevention. If we use the tools of this era correctly, we can make it the last.
Find out how we end this thing.