Welcome to Matthew 25 AIDS Services!

Matthew 25 AIDS Services is a non-profit healthcare clinic that specializes in the treatment of HIV/AIDS. We believe that nobody should face these diseases alone. Matthew 25 AIDS Services exists for the sole purposes of providing high quality services for those affected by HIV/AIDS.


Matthew 25 AIDS Services believes that absolutely nobody should have to deal with HIV/AIDS by themselves. Please see what it is Matthew 25 AIDS Services does to help those directly and indirectly effected by HIV/AIDS.


Matthew 25 AIDS Services stays up to date on all of the new information in existence so that it is made readily available to you. Prevention is everything when it comes to dealing with this epidemic.


Matthew 25 is a non-profit organization and relies on government funding and the generosity of the community at large to continue to provide the services we do. If you do not have the ability to donate monetarily, contact us to see how you can donate time as a volunteer!


Support is the key aspect to treatment of HIV/AIDS. Many people lose everything when discovering infection. They lose friends, family, jobs, and even in some cases, housing. Matthew 25 AIDS Services exists to provide support in every aspect possible.


Matthew 25 provides the best care for those with HIV/AIDS. Whether it is physical/medical care or the emotional care of a support group or counselor, we provide care that will not be found anywhere else.


Awareness and involvement within the community is what makes Matthew 25 AIDS Services successful in their health services. Education, awareness, and prevention of the HIV/AIDS disease is only possible because of community involvement.

Matthew 25 News

Warren County Services Fair

  Matthew 25 AIDS Services will be at the Warren County Services Fair Saturday 29, 2020 offering free HIV testing and health education!

Landmark Case: HIV+ Air Force Members Cannot be Expelled based on Status

What a fantastic story and a wonderful job by Lambda Legal! As the story goes, the Air Force followed orders to discharge members who were HIV+ and prevent them from serving. However, both soldiers were on effective antiretroviral treatments since their diagnoses in 2017, leading to no symptoms. Both were determined to be physically fit […]

Yuletide 2019

This year we took on the challenge of expanding the success of our Yuletide Food Campaign from previous years! In case you’re not familiar, our Yuletide is an annual initiative during the holiday season aiming to create, pack, and deliver over 150 or so bags of food that culminate into a Christmas meal for a […]