Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been living with
HIV/AIDS for a long time, we can help you manage your health care
to meet your needs. Our caring professionals can help you
coordinate the resources you need, when you need them.
Infectious Disease Clinic services are available through Allina Health Uptown Clinic.
Founded in 1996, Park House is one of only six programs in the U.S. providing day health services for people with HIV/AIDS. Research shows that people who participate in day health programs see a significant reduction in hospitalizations, decreased length of hospital stays, and a drastic reduction in nursing home admissions.
The Park House program offers individuals with HIV/AIDS a place to socialize, find support and build skills to improve their physical health and emotional wellness. Both an adult day health center and a mental health day treatment program, this outpatient service is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday - Thursday and offers:
The Park House staff includes a psychologist, registered nurse, certified therapeutic recreation specialists and a chaplain. They carry out Park House's mission to enhance quality of life, maximize human dignity, promote independence, and minimize hospitalization and institutionalization of persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Park House is open to adults 18 years and older with an HIV/AIDS diagnosis. It targets those who need a supportive environment or who are diagnosed with a mental illness.
Park House clients:
Services may be reimbursable by medical assistance or private insurance. Financial assistance may be available through Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
Park House volunteers make a powerful difference in the lives of individuals with HIV/AIDS and their families. Students and interns are welcome. Contact 612-871-1264 to learn more.
Park House is supported primarily through generous donations. To make a gift online, click here and indicate that you would like to designate your dollars to Park House. To make a gift over the phone or learn more, call 612-871-1264.
Park House participates in a number of events each year to raise dollars to support its important work. These include:Bingo A-Go-GoMinnesota AIDS WalkRed Ribbon Ride
Park House participates in a number of events each year to raise dollars to support its important work. These include:
Park House: 612-871-1264
Infectious disease clinic:612-262-6433
Mental health services
Minnesota AIDS project
Open Arms of Minnesota