Case management for people living with HIV/AIDS
Medical case management helps people living with HIV and AIDS find and connect to services they need to improve their health and the quality of their lives. Our case managers help individuals get primary medical care and medications, adhere to treatment plans, and access supportive services such as housing, transportation, food, mental health counseling. Services are completely voluntary and free for Washington residents living with HIV/AIDS.
Case managers can help you
- Apply for AIDS prescription drug programs to help pay for HIV medications.
- Apply for programs that help pay health insurance premiums and medication co-pays.
- Apply for Social Security benefits.
- Obtain an HIV-knowledgeable physician.
- Access food resources.
- Identify housing options.
- Connect to community resources.
- Attend a six-week Living Well with Chronic Conditions workshop.
- Access an adherence support program.
- Learn about safer sex and how to protect yourself and your partners.
- Help notify any of your partners that may be at risk for HIV.
The HIV/AIDS Case Management Program provides limited rental assistance to clients who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. A few number of transitional housing spaces are available for 6 to 12 months. Clients are required to actively participate in services, work regularly with a housing case manager, and engage in medical care.
If you are interested in becoming a client or would like more information, please contact us at (360) 397-8060 to schedule an appointment. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 5 p.m.