MAO, with its medical component Copeland Care Clinic, is a nonprofit organization serving individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Currently the agency is providing services to over 1000 patients who live in Montgomery and 26 surrounding counties in Southeast Alabama. Available services are:

  • Copeland Care Clinic provides complete primary health care that includes physician visits, laboratory tests, clinical pharmacist counseling, etc.
  • MAO-Dothan, a second permanent clinic site, provides primary HIV specific health care five days per week.
  • Four rural medical clinic sites include: Clayton, Greenville, Selma, and Troy.
  • Social services provide case management, assistance in housing, securing medications, financial and support counseling and community referrals.
  • Nutritional assessments and counseling assist patients in developing healthy eating habits.
  • Prevention education and outreach is available to make the community aware of exposure risk factors. Prevention education programs are held in public housing communities, community centers, public and private schools and local churches/synagogues. AIDS in the workplace programs are provided to businesses and city/county/state agencies.
  • A licensed professional counselor provides mental health counseling on a sliding fee scale.
  • The organization collaborates with three area substance abuse treatment centers to provide prevention education and HIV testing to this high-risk population.

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Becoming a Patient:

In order to become a patient in our clinic, an individual must be deemed eligible for services. To make an appointment or to learn more about our clinic services, please call 334-280-3349. At the time of initial appointment with all patients the following documents are required to qualify for services:

  • Proof of HIV status (Learn about testing)
  • Proof of income ( if you have any)
    Examples: Two most recent pay stubs, latest tax return, Social Security Benefits Letter, Unemployment letter.
  • Proof of residency
    Examples: Utility Bill, Phone Bill, or anything with your name and current address.
  • Photo identification
  • Medical Records ( If applicable)

If you have current medications that you are taking, please bring those medication bottles with you as well.


  • If you are from the Montgomery and Greenville area and would like to receive services at Medical AIDS Outreach please call 334-280-3349. Contact Unana Grays.
  • If you are from the Selma area and would like to receive services at Selma AIR please call 334-872-6795.  Contact Mel Prince or Tasha Chandler.
  • If you are from the Troy, Dothan, or Clayton area and would like to receive services from our clinic please call 334-673-0494.  Contact: Kim Barnett or Samantha Ellis.

View our locations and a list of clinics.