Ryan White Project

Organization Details

Organization Name:
Maryland Legal Aid
500 E. Lexington Street,
Program Contact Phone
Program uses Language Line (Y/N)
Office days/hours
Intake days/hours (walk-in)
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8-1pm
Intake days/hours (by phone)
M, T, F 9:30-4pm; W 9:30-1pm; TH 9:30-1pm and 6-8pm
Cost or fee (describe)
Condition of waiver (describe)
Must be positive for HIV/AIDS
Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Baltimore Carroll, Harford, Howard, and Queen Anne's counties
Must have income at or below 300% of the Federal poverty level.
Program Description

The Ryan White Project provides free legal services crucial to Maryland residents who are HIV positive or who have AIDS and live in Baltimore City or Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, Howard, or Queen Anne’s Counties.  Individuals who have household incomes at or below 300% of the federal poverty level may qualify.  Services are designed to provide peace of mind and enable individuals to focus on their primary struggle, free of discrimination – fighting the effects of HIV/AIDS and staying well.  Assistance provided by Maryland Legal Aid is an essential component of a holistic and comprehensive continuum of care for each client.

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