The official blog of The Project Red Ribbon Care Management Foundation, Inc. (TRR).


    TRR Love Fund is the arm of the foundation which provides medical assistance to the financially challenged PLHIV.

  • Care assistance for HIV Test

    The Care Assistant Program involves assistance to HIV testing and HIV and AIDS Treatment hubs in the Philippines. Our volunteers schedule the client to the clinic or hub, assist with the procedure in the clinic or hub and conduct peer counseling


    With the TRR Hotline Numbers, our volunteers answer concerns and inquiries about HIV and AIDS, do counselling, refers clients to nearest HIV Testing facility, HIV and AIDS Treatment Hub and government and NGO organizations for support


    The foundation volunteers conduct one-on-one counseling either on the phone or in person. They also conduct group counseling


    The support group talk (SGT) is a program that involves giving HIV lectures by guest speakers, discuss topics about HIV, care, treatment and support, discussion issues related to HIV


    The foundation's outreach program is geared towards providing support to our fellow PLHIV's in the HIV and AIDS Treatment Hubs. Volunteers hand out of donations of medicines and special gifts to PLHIV, give inspirational talks by invited guests to a group of PLHIV, bonding over snacks or meal, visit the sick who are confined in the hospital

  • Referral System

    As part of treatment, the foundation's referral program involves our volunteers referring clients to specialized doctors who are HIV friendly. The foundation has it's own list of specialty doctors of low cost for the indigent PLHIV.

  • Online Support Group

    The foundation has a private Online Support Group in facebook. This group of advocates, supporters, counselors, health Workers and PLHIV

  • Home Health

    Aside from client counselling, the foundation volunteers also do family counselling and home visitation for awareness and continuance of care.

  • Health Fitness

    The foundation believes in holistic approach to treatment and care, thus inclusion of these programs: yoga, dance, swimming, jogging and running, boot camp workouts


    As part of awareness and education program, the foundation organizes its own national events to coincide with the international AIDS events: World AIDS Day and International AIDS Candlelight Memorial

Friday, June 16, 2017

Need Help for a Relative

Hi Pozziepinoy,

I have a concern po regarding a relative of mine who has been diagnosed as HIV positive. San po kaya yung pwede nyong marecommend na hospital for my relative considering po na wala po kaming kakayanang magpunta sa private hospital kasi po wala po kaming pantustos sa kanya na malaking halaga po. Salamat po.




Thank you for your email. Thank you for finding the blog.

Now, let's address your concern.

First, if your relative is newly diagnosed with no symptoms of any infections, then you can go to any government treatment hubs in the country. The consultation is free, the antiretroviral medicines are free, and most of the laboratory tests are free or are at a discounted rate. You can refer to the treatment hub listing below:

Now, if your relative needs to be confined, best is to go to any government hospital for the treatment of his or her opportunistic infections. Since you mentioned that you guys are financially challenged for his or her treatment, you may get a Barangay indigency certification then present it to the hospital's social worker. Also, the gain access to financial assistance, you guys can go to the DSWD of your municipality or city or region for assistance for people living with HIV. For the hospitalization bill, apply for financial assistance to the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office. PhilHealth can also cover the hospitalization bill as long as one is a member. If proven that the patient is indigent, once confined he or she can be given one year free membership to avail off the privileges of PhilHealth. Other approach their congressmen, mayors or even senators for assistance. The point here is that a person with HIV can have access to medical treatment by going to the different government agencies.


TRR HIV Hotline Numbers 


Office: TThS Phone Counselling
(02) 656-7297

If you want to join a private HIV support group in Facebook, please add Trebor Oais, Simone Abalos or Darwin Tenoria, and request to be added in the group. We have a lot of PLHIV, counselors, HIV doctors, advocates and supporters who you can talk to.

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

O-RUSH Na! Episode 1

Project Red Ribbon launches it's first ONLINE HIV Show, O-RUSH Na!

During its first episode, O-RUSH Na! hosts Darwin Tenoria, Billy Santo and Sarah Estrellado discussed the increasing HIV cases in the Philippines, the increasing AIDS-relatedn deaths and the impact of the increasing HIV facilities and services in the country.

With special guest from the Epidemiology Bureau of the Department of Health Iloilo, Jayr Barba Chin Jr., and a special TRR NEWS interview of Dr. Rossana A. Ditangco, the Head of the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine-AIDS Research Group.

Watch the full episode by clicking the link below: