The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW) was founded in 1985, and was formerly known as Madison AIDS Support Network. It is home to the ARCW Medical Center, Wisconsin's largest and fastest-growing HIV health care system.

More than 3,300 HIV patients in Wisconsin gain the health care and social services they need for long-term survival with HIV disease from ARCW through its integrated medical, dental and mental health clinics along with its pharmacy and dedicated social services that include food pantries, a legal program and social work case management.

The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin is also a leading provider of innovative and aggressive prevention services to help at-risk individuals stay free of HIV.


The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin envisions a world without AIDS and strives to assure that everyone with HIV disease will live a long and healthy life.


The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin is at the forefront of HIV prevention, care and treatment and is dedicated to providing quality medical, dental, mental health and social services for all people with HIV.

Project opportunities

Prevention services: The ARCW Prevention Department utilizes interns to conduct outreach and prevention education programs targeting individuals who are at highest risk for contracting HIV. View more information

Social services: The ARCW Social Services Department utilizes interns to assist in legal services, housing and case management programs. View more information

View additional opportunities on the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin website.