Care Coordination 

Care Coordination is comprehensive, specialized case-management that connects individuals living with HIV to the resources they need for optimal health and well-being. 

Case Management 

Case management can be critical in the effort to live well with HIV. At FAP our friendly, diverse  professional staff will work with you to determine what your needs are and find the best way to help you. 

Your case manager will link you to important support services such as:

  • local medical/dental services
  • social, community, legal, and financial services

Enrolled clients have the option to be linked to:

  • mental health services
  • substance use disorder programs
  • medical case management
  • food assistance programs
  • transportation assistance programs

 Mental Health and Social Well-being–Psychosocial Case Management  

Good mental health will help you live your life to the fullest and is essential to successfully treating HIV. FAP Psychosocial Support services include the delivery of education and support to individuals, families, aging population, and monolingual Spanish speaking clients.

Psychosocial Support Services include:

  • learning to cope with anticipated stigma
  • mental and physical health symptoms
  • protective factors such as coping and social support to improve quality of life

FAP offers both individual support and co-ed Spanish group support to clients.

Almost every person faces mental health challenges at some point and identifying when, how, and where to get help can improve the overall well-being of People living with HIV (PLWH). 

Medical Case Management 

Here at FAP you have access to Medical Case Management (MCM). MCM is there to guide you in your healthcare journey by helping you better understand your HIV care, read and understand labs, and implementing care plans with long-term achievable goals. Client and MCM will work together each step of the way towards viral suppression, better health outcomes and quality of life. 

Case management will be available to you on an on-going basis, continually monitoring your needs and coordinating services.

There is never a charge for case management services. If you or someone you know are living with HIV, please reach out to our dedicated Case Management teams.

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Updated 6/2021