Equitas Health provides high-impact HIV/AIDS health navigation and supportive services in Lima, Ohio.
This location offers services for people living with or at risk of HIV in the following counties: Allen, Auglaize, Champaign, Hancock, Hardin, Logan, Mercer, Paulding, Putnam, Shelby, Van Wert.
COVID Update: Our office is open! We have walk-in availability, but encourage you to call for an appointment.
658 W. Market St.
Lima, OH 45701
|MON||9AM – 5PM|
|TUE||9AM – 5PM|
|WED||9AM – 5PM|
|THU||9AM – 5PM|
|FRI||9AM – 5PM|
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Our Lima Services
People living with HIV who qualify can connect to health insurance, medication coverage, food, transportation, and other resources for people living with HIV who qualify.Learn More about HIV Advocacy
PrEP is a daily pill that can prevent HIV. Most Ohioans can get PrEP for free. We can help you get connected!Learn More about Get PrEP Paid For
Now you can get on PrEP and stay on PrEP from home! You are health worthy!Learn More about TelePrEP
Knowing is everything! Whether your result is negative or positive, your HIV check can be the start of a new, healthy life.Learn More about HIV Testing
We heal when we ask for help and when we help others. You do not have to be alone on your health journey. Find a community of support at Equitas Health.Learn More about Support Groups
Thriving with HIV
Our Living Positively groups across Ohio offer support and community virtually and in-person for those living with HIV. New diagnosis? Long-term survivor? Struggling to stay in care? Undetectable? All are welcome.Join Us about Living Positively
Some of us heal best when we heal together. Become part of a group for people living with HIV, people in transition, people who use substances or are in recovery, LBGTQ+ people, and more.Find Community about Support Groups
If you or someone you know has been the victim of violence or threats, we can help make sure you are safe and find you the support you need. You are not alone.Find Support about Are You Safe?
In late January 2023, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed changes to their guidance on who can give blood. Historically, their rules have discriminated against members of the LGBTQ+ community. As promised, Equitas Health gave feedback to the FDA in a public comment.