Care - Case Management
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services through the HIV/AIDS Case Management Program provides assistance to locate, coordinate, purchase and refer for medical and psychosocial services for individuals with HIV or AIDS, based on assessed need. The only criteria for participation is that the individual is:
- Residing in Missouri
- Gross Income at or Below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level
The HIV/AIDS Case Management Program is available statewide, free of charge, regardless of the insurance status of the individual with HIV or AIDS. Case managers are located in a variety of settings, including local health departments and community-based organizations. A complete listing is available from any regional office or directly from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. For more information about case management, click here.
In Home Services
AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
Positive Start: Transitioning From Incarceration
Transitional Case Management (TCM) provides counseling, support, encouragement and short-term assistance to HIV+ men and women who are leaving corrections and returning to the community. Case managers work with clients to address primary health and living needs including housing, entitlements, medical care, counseling, drug treatment and other basic support. Case managers help the client establish short and long-term goals and link him or her with appropriate community based support services that will help them meet their goals.
Transitional Case Management is a short-term intensive case management service that assists HIV+ men and women in gaining access to the range of medical, social, family and support services they need to become self sufficient upon return to their community.