HIV Medical Care

Northwest Arkansas – Washington, Benton and Madison Counties

NWA Regional HIV Clinic
3270 N. Wimberley Dr.
Fayetteville, AR 72703

Dr. Daniel Young
2900 Medical Center Pkwy Ste 240B
Bentonville, AR 72712
(Dr. Young will also prescribe PREP.  No referral needed.  Call for appointment.)

Northwest Arkansas – Carroll County (Eureka Springs and Berryville)

OARS-Ozark AIDS Resources and Services
PO Box 148
Berryville, AR 72616

Ryan White Access Centers

The ARcare Special Services Program provides HIV Case Management, Medical Case Management, access to the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), and other social services at our Service Access Centers located throughout Arkansas through sub grant funding from the Ryan White Part B Grant administered by the Arkansas Department of Health.  For a full listing of Ryan White access centers, please visit their website.

ARCare –Fayetteville
479-571-2100 or
Ext 211
2894 McKee Circle Suite 100
Fayetteville, AR 72703

ARCare – Bentonville
900 B South Walton Suite 21
Bentonville, AR 72712
Phone: 479-715-4745
Toll Free: 888-845-8884 ext 213
Fax: 479-254-6868

ARCare – Ft. Smith
233 North Greenwood Ave
Fort Smith, AR 72901
Phone: 479-782-2500
Toll Free: 888-845-8884 ext 212
Fax: 479-782-8557

HIV Testing and Prevention

Spirit of Peace
Offers free testing by appointment
Phone: (479) 595-6161
93 W Colt Square, Suite 1
Fayetteville, Ar
Find them on Facebook.

NWA Center for Equality
NWA HOPE (HIV Outreach Prevention Education)
Offers free testing by appointment
Phone: (888)-391-9222
P.O. Box 9014,
Fayetteville, AR 72703


State HIV/AIDS information

Arkansas Department of Health- HIV/STD/Hepatitis C Section


Improving HIV Care through Quality Training for Health Care Professionals
in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi

National HIV/AIDS informaton – has reliable and comprehensive HIV/AIDS news, information, mentoring and personals. – “The complete HIV/AIDS resource”

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – HIV/AIDS


NWA Pride

NWA Pride was founded in 2007 to promote GLBTI events in the Northwest Arkansas region.  The group is a small organization of volunteers who plan the yearly  Pride Parade and Rally in Fayetteville, AR. Come and join the growing organization in its endeavor to become a major force in promoting pride, self-esteem, and community in NW Arkansas.

NWA Center for Equality

Based out of Fayetteville, the NWA Center for Equality is a grassroots support and advocacy movement working to achieve full equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community in Northwest Arkansas.

River Valley Equality Center

The River Valley Equality Center is a community organization committed to non-violent advocacy for the rights of all humans, with an emphasis on the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender communities and other minority sexualities. RVEC is using a combination of visible action, education, and social support to change misinformed hatred and prejudice to acceptance and goodwill


Additional Resources


provides help to patients for non-HIV prescription medications.

 Medicaid’s Non-Emergency Transportation (NET Program)

1-888-987-1200 hearing impaired users call 1-800-285-1131. This service is available for anyone who is  enrolled in Medicaid and does not have transportation to Doctors appointments. Other restrictions may apply, call for more details.