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HIV/AIDS Advocacy Resources for Personal/Self Advocacy: AIDS Legal referral Panel – Bay Area – 415-701-1100 – alrp.org Alliance of Claims Assistance professionals (to assist with insurance claims) 630-588-1260 – claims.org Center for Medicare Advocacy – 860-456-7790 – medicareadvocacy.org CHAMP (Community HIV Mobilization Project) – HIV Prevention Justice Alliance – champnetwork.org – 212-937-7955 EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) 800-669-3362 for basic information - 800-669-4000 for legal questions - eeoc.gov Health Privacy Project – healthprivacy.org Medicare Rights Center – 888-HMO-9050 – medicarerights.org National Consumer Insurance Helpline - 800-942-4242 Office for Civil Rights – 800-368-1019 – hhs.gov/ocr Office of Minority Health Resource Center – 800-444-6472 – omhrc.gov Patient Advocate Foundation - 800-532-5274 – patientadvocate.org HIV/AIDS Advocacy Resources for Community/Policy Advocacy: AIDS Action Council – 202-530-8030 – aidsaction.org AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth & Families – 202-785-3564 - aids-alliance.org The Black AIDS Institute – blackaids.org – 213-353-3610 California state information – california.gov, legislative.ca.gov Campaign to End AIDS (C2EA) – 877-363-2437 – campaigntoendaids.org Center for HIV Law & Policy – hivlawandpolicy.org – 212-430-6733
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