Community Support Groups - Detroit


Peer-to-peer support groups are for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. 

Support groups help connect individuals affected by the virus. These community groups give members a safe and friendly space to share stories, encouragement, and friendship.


Community Health Awareness Group (CHAG)

1300 W. Fort St. Detroit, MI 48226

Every 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Thursday of the month.

Group for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, all ages welcome.

Dinner included. Contact 313-963-3434, ext. 116 to schedule free transportation.

Health Emergency Lifeline Program (HELP)

1726 Howard St. Detroit, MI 48216

Every Friday, 2-4pm

LGBTQ group - HIV positive and negative welcome.

Questions? Contact 313-832-3300, and ask for Natasha. 

Horizons Project - Detroit

University Health Center - 4201 St Antoine St. Detroit, MI 48201, Crockett Center

2nd and 4th Wednesday each month, 4-6pm

Participants must be 13-30 years old, previous or current clients of Horizons or an invited guest who is willing to sign a confidentiality agreement. Refreshments served. 

Questions? Call Tiffany at 313-745-2746.

Sinai Grace ID Clinic

2727 Second Suite 101 Detroit, MI 48201

2nd and 4th Wednesday each month, 4-6pm

Open to HIV-positive individuals living in Metro Detroit.

Questions? Call Dianne at 313-966-2800.

UNIFIED - HIV Health and Beyond

3011 W. Grand Blvd, Ste. 230 Detroit, MI 48202  (Additional locations in Ypsilanti and Jackson)

UNIFIED offers several different support group at all three locations.  Click here for more details.


The Ruth Ellis Center offers many LGBTQ youth-friendly services, for both HIV-positive and HIV-negative youth, ages 13-24. Click here for more details.  

Transgender women - Ruth Ellis offers weekly teach-back sessions for transwomen of color. Teach-back sessions are on Wednesdays, 4-6pm. Contact Latrice at 313718-7482 or Harmony at 313-978-6856 for details. Transportation, incentives and food provided each week or click here for more details. Living with HIV is not a requirement to participate.

For My Brothers

A social and educational support group within a supportive environment. This group is for newly diagnosed African American gay men only.

2727 Second Ave.  Detroit, MI, at Temple St., across from Cass Park, Conference Room 1

Light refreshments – Safe Secure Atmosphere -  Confidential

For more information and screening call Rondoe:  313-338-5970



Man of the Hour

Supper Club, 5-7pm, once per month.

For specific dates and information call Mr. Wilson at 313-638-2897.

Informative topics, lively discussion, delicious food, supportive environment.

Where: MSU Detroit Center, 3408 Woodward Ave (2 blocks south of Mack Ave, on the corner of Erskine).