We have new transgender drop in center called T.R.A.C.Y's House (Transgender Resources And Center for Youth)! The drop-in center is open Wednesday-Friday, 10am to 7pm and we offer HIV/STD testing as well.
The Wellness Center
Over the past 5 years, there has been an increase in the number of people in Alameda County whom are going without health care coverage. For those individuals living with HIV who cannot afford medical care, the APEB Wellness Center provides a variety of free healthcare services. APEB's clinic is staffed by skilled case workers who assist clients with acquiring medication through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP). No HIV Positive person needing medical care is turned away from the APEB Wellness Center.
Since 1983 the APEB Wellness Center has been providing high quality, state of the art, conscientious care to support the health of our clients in mind, body and spirit. At two convenient locations APEB Wellness Center provides: Primary Health Care, Acute Care, Physicals, Vaccines and a variety of HIV related Lab work. The Wellness Center also includes a Counseling Center staffed by two Psychologists, and a mental health Case Worker. Patients with concerns about issues related to mental health, substance use, anxiety, depression, or who may just feel like they need to talk are eligible for free counseling with our skilled team.
Wellness Center Hours:
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 10:00 am to 4:30pm
Closed for lunch from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
For more information or an appointment call: (510) 663-7979 x122
APEB offers free massage to our clients to promote stress relief, boost the immune system, increase energy, and reduce side effects of medications. Please call to make an appointment or sign up during your next visit! Schedule:
Massage: 9:30am - 12:30pm & 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Thurs 9:30am - 12:30pm & 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Jahmodd DeRamus – Massage Therapist
Certified Massage Therapist/Health Educator. Graduated from National Holistic Institute of Emeryville, Ca. 2007. Studied and practices with the belief that the first form of healing began with human touch. After all, what's the first thing we do when we bump into something and hurt ourselves? Rub it! Knowledge of APEB through an externship for massage school, because someone close to me lost their battle with AIDS, and used to say that "massage makes me feel better". Then after the 2008 elections and being inspired by President Obama who said to get out and be a part of your community, I started volunteering at APEB. It's something I truly enjoy!
APEB's courteous, efficient, and highly trained staff, strive to build friendly yet professional relationships with all of our clients. You deserve the best, and this includes access to comprehensive resources in a secure and comfortable environment.
Our Clients are most important and we are always working to find the very best ways to provide you with quality holistic services. From our bright and colorful offices, to our comfortable lobby and reading room; our confidential meeting suites and compassionate staff are always eager to make your visit at APEB a helpful, safe and rewarding experience.
AIDS Project East Bay is your one stop service center providing holistic resources to help you maximize your health. Give us a call, or stop by to inquire about any of the services we offer.
Contact us at:(510) 663-7979
1320 Webster St, Oakland, CA 94612
Becoming a Client
All residents of Alameda County who are HIV positive and especially those who qualify as "low income" are eligible to enroll in our Client Services programs. We are eager to accept appointments for first timers. If you need to know more call and ask to speak with a Case Manager: (510) 663-7979 We want to make sure that you get all of the HIV related services you need upon your arrival so make sure you know what to bring:
Consumer Advisory Board:
At APEB we are constantly seeking your input regarding how the work that we do can be improved. To make sure your voice is heard join our consumer advisory board. To contact a member of our consumer advisory board with a concern click here.