Service Directory

Nebraska HIV+ Service Listings

  • This Service Directory is a collection of resources, assistance centers, and providers available for those living with HIV in Nebraska.
  • These are listings we feel have some value to people with HIV or ones we have directly accessed ourselves.
  • Many are included to help facilitate and coordinate HIV linkage to care through comprehensive case management with service providers across the state of Nebraska.

Nebraska Services & Resources Directory

Here is How to Use the following Directory Search

  1. If you know anything about the service you are looking for enter the text in the “search text box” and hit enter.
  2. Choose an item/service in the search results and you will be directed to more detailed information about the service.
If you only know the category for the service you are looking for
Use the list of catagories to narrow your search.
Enter on one of the services listed for more information.
Repeat until you have what you need!

Office Phone Number: 402-444-711Free HIV & FREE express urine tests for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia. Free condoms available
Address:

6015 Binney St.

City: Omaha
Testing Hours: 3rd Saturday of each Month 3 pm - 5 pm
What they do:

Free HIV & FREE express urine tests for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia. Free condoms available

Office Phone Number: 402-444-7112
Address:

1723 N 33RD ST

City: Omaha
Testing Hours: 2nd and 4th Saturdays 11 am - 1 pm
What they do:

One World offering medical clinic care & STD/HIV testing & treatment by appointment. STD & HIV testing free. No refusal.

Office Phone Number: 402-991-3904
Address:

4700 Giles Rd

City: Omaha
Testing Hours: By appointment
Location Hours: Call for location hours
Bryan Medical Center EastCampus
Service Type: ,
What they do:

Regional hospital. Emergency-Trauma

Website Address: Bryan Medical Center Home
Office Phone Number: 402-481-1111
Address:

1600 South 48th St

City: Lincoln
Location Hours: 24 hours a day/7 days a week
Service Type: ,
What they do:

Regional hospital. Emergency-Trauma

Website Address: Bryan Medical Center Home
Office Phone Number: 402-482-1111
Address:

2300 South 16th St

City: Lincoln
Location Hours: 24 hours a day/7 days a week
What they do:

Free HIV & FREE express urine tests for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia. Free condoms available

Office Phone Number: 402-444-7112
Address:

9270 CADY AVE

City: Omaha
Testing Hours: 3rd Saturday of the month Noon - 2 pm
Camp Kindle
What they do:

Project Kindle's primary purpose is to serve those with serious illnesses, special needs and other life challenges by providing cost-

free camps, and year round support and advocacy. To offer innovative peer-based HIV/AIDS education for young people ages 12-24. Email

for more to- information info @ projectkindle.org

Office Phone Number: 877-800-CAMP
City: Lincoln
What they do:

Free HIV Test, Free STD Testing & Treatment

Office Phone Number: 402-451-3553
Address:

1490 North 16th Street

City: Omaha
Testing Hours: Walk-in & by appointment Monday – Friday 9am - 11:30am, 1pm - 4:30pm
Service Type: ,
What they do:

We help the people we serve get better, sooner, for longer. We understand that mental health, physical health, and substance use problems require integrated care, and we are more fully integrating physical health to serve the whole person. CenterPointe values being:Unparalleled – providing the best services. Upright – doing the right thing. Dignified – acting honorably for the greater good. Inclusive – accepting everyone for who they are and Compassionate – helping people help themselves. Call to make an appointment or email us at info@centerpointe.org

Website Address: Centerpointe
Office Phone Number: 402-475-8717
Address:

2633 P Street

City: Lincoln
Location Hours: Call for appointment
Service Type:
What they do:

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WANTED:More Resources!

We realize this is by no means a complete listing of all possible Nebraska resources because we don’t know about them all yet. It reflects only the listings we find or are made aware of.

We need YOUR help:

Think a resource or service should be added to this list?
Please use our contact form and we’ll take it from there!
Something wrong with a listing, is something now closed or has changed somehow?
Contact us & Let us know that, too.

Disclaimers, Use-at-Your-Own-Risk Stuff, and So on…

  1. No listing in this Directory is ever meant to replace your own doctor’s orders or recommendations.
  2. Listings are for Reference Only.
  3. Choosing to engage any of these listings is at your own risk and outcome.
  4. The NRRC and its members are not promoting any of the listings here in any way, and take no responsibility for any results from any interactions you choose to have with any of them, either
  5. Basically, just “Expect That Your OWN Mileage Will Very”!