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

The Equitas Health Dayton office provides services for people living with or at risk of HIV in the following counties: Clark, Darke, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, Preble

Please Note: Though our offices are slowly reopening, we will continue to meet remotely with most clients until further notice in order to reduce COVID-19 transmissions.

The Following Services Remain Remote

  • HIV Health Advocacy (case management)
  • HIV Housing Advocacy (housing case management)
  • PrEP Health Navigation

If you need to get in touch with your case manager, please leave a message with our On Call line at (937) 853-3655. The On Call line is operational Monday through Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM. All messages left during those hours will be returned on the same day.

For your safety and the safety of our limited on-site staff, please do not come into our office unless you have scheduled a testing appointment or have been instructed by a staff person to come in.

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1222 S. Patterson Blvd.
Dayton OH, 45402

(937) 461-2437

(937) 461-2435

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

Testing Times

Available by appointment.

Available Services

Health Navigation

We help coordinate every aspect of your health care and wellness, so you can focus on your health.

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 & Sexual Health Clinics

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.