Celebrate our 25th Anniversary with us on April 8 and all year long!
Did you know that in 1997, HOPES opened the first HIV clinic in the region? We started small, but since the day we opened our doors, Northern Nevada HOPES has been focused on offering integrative, innovative and inclusive care.
On February 1, 2016, after 20 years of providing HIV/AIDS care, we opened the Stacie Mathewson Wellness Center, a three-story, 38,000 square foot building in downtown Reno. Opening the new clinic offered us the opportunity to expand existing medical and wellness services, while launching new services such as pediatric primary care, pharmacy, on-site x-ray and labs, a Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) program, preventative health programs including teen pregnancy prevention, nutrition, diabetes prevention, a PrEP and PEP Clinic, and so much more.
HOPES is a place for people to take control of their health, a place where anyone can access healthcare, regardless of social standing or ability to pay.
From our early days as a single-room HIV/AIDS clinic to the community health center we are today, caring for 12,000 individuals and families, HOPES continues to serve Northern Nevada’s most marginalized, overlooked and underserved. We tackle our community’s hardest problems with resolve and compassion — from chronic disease to addiction to housing to homelessness.