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BEAT AIDS Coalition Trust

(Also known as: Black Effort Against the Threat of AIDS Incorporated)

Organization Address: 

208 W Euclid Ave
San Antonio, Texas 78212
United States

County: 

Texas

Phone Number: 

(210) 212-2266
Main Phone Number

Website(s): 

Appointment Required: 

No

Hours: 

Monday,8:30am To 5:00pm
Tuesday,8:30am To 5:00pm
Wednesday,8:30am To 5:00pm
Thursday,8:30am To 5:00pm
Friday,8:30am To 5:00pm
Disclaimer: Hours of operation change frequently. Please contact the organization to verify.
Services
Please contact organization for eligibility requirements

On-Site Testing Services: 

  • Hepatitis C Testing
  • Hepatitis B Testing
  • Gonorrhea Testing
  • Syphilis Testing
  • Chlamydia Testing
  • Rapid HIV Testing
  • Conventional HIV Testing

Prevention Services: 

  • STD Prevention/Education
  • HIV/AIDS Prevention/Education
  • HIV Test Counseling
  • Hepatitis Prevention/Education
  • Condom Distribution

Care and Treatment Services: 

  • HIV/AIDS Medical Treatment
  • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
  • STD Treatment

Support Services: 

  • Ryan White Services
  • PrEP Navigation
  • Case Management
  • Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS/HOPWA
  • Drug Purchasing Assistance, including AIDS Drug Purchasing Assistance (ADAP)

Programs: 

Many Men Many Voices
HIV Testing
Healthy Relationships

Organization Type: 

Community Based Organization (Nonprofit)

Audiences: 

  • Adolescents/Youth/Teens, African Americans/Blacks, At Risk Persons, Gay Men, General Public, Hispanics/Latinos, HIV Positive Persons, LGBT, Low Income Persons, Men, Men Who Have Sex with Men, Persons with HIV/AIDS

Language Spoken: 

  • English, Spanish

Fee Information: 

  • No Fee, Free STD Testing, Free HIV Testing, Free Hepatitis C Testing, Free Hepatitis B Testing

Last Updated Date: 

10/18/21

Organization Number: 

4660

More Information: 

PrEP education and referral services, free condom distribution, linkage to care services. Evidence Base Interventions (Healthy relationships & Many Men, Many Voices).