What Can We Do For You?

AIDS Alabama provides a wide array of services to help people maintain healthy, independent lives.

Substance Abuse Help

LIBCAP

Substance abuse services are available in an intensive outpatient treatment program called Living in Balance Chemical Addiction Program (LIBCAP) that offers individual, group, and family counseling, drug screening, case management services, jobs and education assistance, HIV education, and psychiatric assessment. These services are available to those living with HIV who have income within the HUD low-income limit and a DSM V diagnosis of substance abuse. This program currently has a waitlist.

For more information about our substance abuse program, please call our main office at 205-324-9822 and ask to speak with our LIBCAP coordinator, Jennifer Nelson.

LIBCAP Referral Information

Please have your provider complete the following form and submit with documentation to Jennifer Nelson or fax to (205) 324-9311.

LIBCAP Application Criteria

LIBCAP Application

Please Attach the following with the referral form:

  • HIV Verification
  • CD4 & Viral Load
  • Income Verification
  • Photo ID
  • SS Card
  • Birth Certificate

Rectory Housing Program

AIDS Alabama Rectory housing program offers emergency shelter for homeless single adults who have a substance abuse diagnoses and are HIV positive. Applicants must meet the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) definition of homeless, be willing to participate in intensive outpatient substance abuse program, agree to criminal background testing, agree to drug testing and not be suffering from physical detox that requires medical intervention, among other criteria. This housing program currently has a waitlist. For more information about this program, please call our main office at 205-324-9822 and ask to speak with our LIBCAP coordinator, Jennifer Nelson

Substance Abuse Assessment

AIDS Alabama provides substance abuse assessments for individuals entering into any substance abuse treatment facility. Please contact our main office at 205-324-9822 and ask to speak with our Living Well Outpatient Center Administrative Coordinator, Earlethea Coleman, for more information.