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AIDS Alabama
3521 7th Ave. South
Birmingham, AL 35222
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Phone: 205-324-9822

Link: Website
Confidential Help Line 205-324-9308
Toll Free: 800-592-2437

Housing Assistance
For HIV-positive persons: rental assistance and utility assistance for low income. Transitional housing for persons with substance abuse problems; permanent housing for mentally ill. Note: All of these services apply to persons with HIV positive and a low income status.

Medical Mental Health
For HIV-positive and low income persons with mental illness. Comprehensive Day Program and service-enriched permanent housing.

Substance Abuse
or HIV-positive persons: Substance Abuse Rehab Program, Community Living and Outpatient care and counseling.
Amtrak
1819 Morris Ave.
Birmingham, AL 35203
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Phone: 205-324-3033
Link: Website
 
Birmingham AIDS Outreach, Inc.
205 32nd St. South
Birmingham, AL 35233
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Phone: 205-322-4197
Link: Website
Food Assistance


Medical Mental Health


Transportation Assistance
BJCTA - Central Station Bus Terminal (MAX)
Central Station
1735 Morris Ave.
Birmingham, AL 35203
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Phone: 205-521-0101
Link: Website
VIP Disability Program offered.
DART
Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority
1735 Morris Avenue
Birmingham, AL 35203
Phone: 205-521-0161
Link: Website
 
Greyhound Bus Station
618 19th St. North
Birmingham, AL 35203
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Phone: 205-252-7190
Link: Website
 
Kid One Transport
3535 7th Court South
Birmingham, AL 35222
Phone: 205-978-1019 / 800-543-7143
Link: Website
Provides transportation to medical, dental, and mental health care services for children and expectant mothers who are transportation disadvantaged.
Salvation Army
2130 11th Ave. N.
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Phone: 205-328-5656
Clothing
Tuesdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Need photo ID

Emergency Shelters
Men, women, and children. Picture ID required. Men Intake from 4 p.m. until full. Women Intake from 8 a.m. until full. (After hours intake for emergencies) No ID required for first night.

Food Assistance
Bread available while supply lasts. Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Food Boxes available for home owners / renters on Wednesday and Thursday. Call for requirements.

Housing Assistance
Transitional Housing-Men, Women, and Families. Housing financial assistance (Limited. Call for appointments.)

Transportation Assistance
Work transportation for residents (fee).
The Hope House
1323 7th Ave. N.
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Phone: 205-252-4673
Link: http://www.homelessshelterdirectory.org
Teens 13-21 Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Transportation provided to shelter facility.
Traveler's Aid Society
3600 Eighth Ave. S
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Phone: 205-322-5426
Link: http://www.travelersaid.org/
Stranded / displaced travelers, medical appointments for low-income residents, domestic violence (with Referral from safe shelter).
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