is a program that utilizes nurses, social workers and other specialized health care professionals to provide education, support, resources and care to HIV-diagnosed patients in their homes. The program fosters patients’ wellness in the community by addressing their unique bio-psychosocial issues that can lead to re-hospitalization, depression, substance abuse and many other problems. This patient centered approach to care maximizes the health, safety and independence of individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
- Patients must be enrolled in HHC Health & Home Care
- Patients must have a primary, secondary or tertiary HIV/AIDS diagnosis.
Some of our Services Include:
- Social work follow-up visits
- Supportive counseling
- Aide services in the patient’s home
- Treatment Planning (includes caregiver)
- Complete bio-psychosocial assessment
- Access to community resources