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.
Case management, including:
|Applying for Services|
Contact the AIDS Foundation of Chicago for services at 312.922.2322.
|Referral and Intake|
We serve Chicago's North, West and South Side neighborhoods, including Rogers Park, Uptown, Hyde Park, and Logan Square.
North side location:
Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
With advanced notice, Heartland Alliance services can be provided in more than 35 different languages.
This program takes appointments.
|Walk Ins Accepted|
This program accepts walk-ins.