HIV & Hep C Testing
Appointment or simply
MFAP is always looking for volunteers. Answering phones at our front office desk, handing our flyers during our food drives or cooking for Moore Place residents, if you have the time we have the volunteer opportunity!!! Call Max @ 203 855-9535
Drug User Health (DUH) is an MFAP program that will help addicts and alcoholics improve their quality of life. Whether through abstinence or through safer drug use we can provide the tools and information to make safer choices.
We’re here to help!
MFAP offers a
wide range of services:
If you are seeking emergency shelter or crisis intervention, please dial 2-1-1 or visit uwc.211ct.org.
2-1-1 is the centralized housing referral system for Connecticut. All persons wishing to stay in shelters or obtain subsidized housing must use this system.
211 schedules your appointment with the nearest shelter and places you on their waiting list.
All people with HIV/AIDS have an opportunity to become a client of MFAP through our case management and referral service. You can access all MFAP benefits & services through your case manager.
618 West Ave
Norwalk, CT 06850
Drug User Health
Lets stay connected