Quick Facts

Founded in 1985, Vivent Health is a nationally recognized and respected nonprofit organization most known for its high-quality, HIV patient outcomes. Vivent Health operates the only HIV Medical Home in America recognized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services offering integrated health and social services—including medical, dental, mental health, and pharmaceutical services. Vivent Health is also a leading provider of innovative and aggressive prevention services that help at-risk individuals remain HIV negative. Our organization operates in 3 states—including Wisconsin, Colorado, and Missouri, and has 12 locations.

To arrange interviews with the Vivent Health officials,  please contact Tiffany Wynn, Director of Marketing and Public Relations 414-225-1638 or Mary Roberts, Buzz Monkeys Public Relations 414-839-4175.

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  • Clients Served

    The more than 7,000 clients we serve receive the finest care regardless of the color of their skin, gender identity, who they love, where they live, or how much or how little money they have. This inclusive environment makes us, and our response to HIV/AIDS, stronger.

  • Viral Suppression Numbers Among Our Patients

    Our highest priority is to help all people living with HIV achieve viral suppression to protect their health and the health of our communities. People living with HIV who achieve viral suppression are not only healthier, they are also unable to transmit HIV to others—an important step in stopping the spread of HIV.

  • Lifesaving HIV Prevention, by the Numbers

    Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is one of the most powerful HIV prevention strategies available. When taken as prescribed, PrEP reduces the risk of contracting HIV from sex by more than 90%. Unfortunately, most people at-risk for HIV continue to face barriers in accessing it. Through direct outreach, counseling, and testing services, our PrEP program is increasing the number of people from all walks of life who can receive PrEP.

  • Eliminating Racial Disparity Outcomes

    HIV continues to disproportionately impact people of color in the United States. The problem is compounded by HIV stigma, racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, and poverty—keeping people from the care they need. Our HIV Medical Home intentionally centers its work on overcoming these barriers to promote and achieve health for all.

  • Partners in Stopping the Opioid Epidemic

    For 25 years, we have fought the opioid crisis with lifesaving services designed to meet people facing addiction where they are at. Our Lifepoint program includes clean needle exchanges, referrals to substance abuse treatment, and access to Naloxone, which helps prevent death from drug overdoses.