HIV Case Management Services

HIV Case Management Services offers medical services, supportive services, and in-home case management for adults living with HIV/AIDS. Case management helps participants develop life skills, live independently and adhere to their medical treatment plan. The program works to ensure participants are linked to primary HIV medical care and other health services; educates participants on maintaining medical adherence; encourages mental health and substance use treatment as indicated; assists participants in securing entitlements and benefits, appropriate and affordable housing, and other ancillary services. Referrals are only through the AIDS Foundation of Chicago.

Services Offered

Case management, including:

  • Supportive services case management
  • Medical case management
  • In-home case management
  • Linkages to resources and services
Eligibility Criteria
  • Must live within the Chicago Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA)
  • Must verify HIV positive status
  • Must have no more than $10,000 in cash/convertible assets for in-home case management
  • Must have proof of U.S. citizenship
  • Must have Physician Certification of Eligibility for in-home case management
Fees

Applying for Services

Contact the AIDS Foundation of Chicago for services at 312.922.2322. 

Referral and Intake
  • Photo ID
  • Proof of residence/ U.S. citizenship
  • Active medical card
  • Physician Certification of Eligibility for in-home case management
  • Proof of income
Contact Information

Phone: 773.751.4000
Fax: 773.989.1935

Address

North Side:
4411 North Ravenswood Avenue
Third Floor
Chicago IL 60640

South Side:
1525 South Hyde Park Blvd.
Second Floor
Chicago IL 60615

We serve Chicago's North, West and South Side neighborhoods, including Rogers Park, Uptown, Hyde Park, and Logan Square.

Directions

North side location:
Near the corner of Montrose Ave. on Ravenswood Ave., ½ block east of Montrose CTA Brown Line stop or take the #78 Montrose bus.

Hours

Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Languages

With advanced notice, Heartland Alliance services can be provided in more than 35 different languages.

Appointments

This program takes appointments.
Appointments with case managers are strongly encouraged.

Walk Ins Accepted

This program accepts walk-ins.

Additional Information