HIV/AIDS Services

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HIV/AIDS Services

 

The HIV/AIDS Case Management (MCM) program provides comprehensive, ongoing, assistance to those 18 years and older. The primary goal of MCM is ensuring that people living with HIV/AIDS are enrolled and sustained in HIV primary care. MCM focuses on treatment adherence and coordination and follow up of medical treatment to ensure optimal medical outcomes are achieved by clients. The program provides client-centered services that link clients with health care, psycho-social support, transportation, legal services, home delivered meals, emergency housing, and other services that meet each client’s individual level of need.

Transportation

The transportation services that the HIV/AIDS Program provides enables individuals to access HIV-related health and support services, including services needed to maintain the client in HIV medical care. The following transportation services are provided to clients free of charge: monthly bus passes, Para-Transit tickets, and Lyft ridesharing services.

Services

  • Appropriate medical, mental health and dental care as needed
  • Assistance with HIV/AIDS medication costs Social security referrals for eligible clients Applications for low-income housing
  • EARP (Emergency Assistance Resource Pool) assistance for housing, utility and clothing costs
  • Assistance with obtaining food or meal delivery
  • Referrals to treatment facilities for in-patient and out-patient substance abuse treatment
  • Referrals for free or low-cost legal services
  • Referrals for support groups
  • Referrals for vocational training
  • Assistance with transportation

Eligibility

Transportation for qualified individuals can only be provided for the following purposes:

  • Medical care
  • Oral/dental care
  • Pharmacy services (if no delivery is available)
  • Mental health services
  • Substance abuse services provided in an out-patient setting