1st Step in Obtaining HIV Case Management Services

200 W. Jackson Blvd., Ste. 2200,
Chicago, IL 60606
Link to website
(312) 922-2322

The HIV case management system links individuals and families with a wide range of necessary services and available resources. The only HIV care system of its kind in the country, the case management network also provides emergency financial assistance for utilities, emergency financial assistance for housing, food vouchers, and transportation services such as transit vouchers and taxi service for people living with HIV.

Here is the process for obtaining case management services:

Contact the AIDS Foundation of Chicago at (312) 922-2322 and say that you need a case manager.  One of AFC’s program staff will refer you to an agency in your area that will provide you with a case manager who can help you get the services you need.

Please note: Due to confidentiality, only the person seeking services can enroll as a client in the case management system. Family members, friends, or social workers cannot enroll someone else for services without a formal verbal or written consent.

Case managers help people living with HIV obtain:

– medical care and home health
– legal services
– child and respite care
– public benefits
– housing options
– support programs
– substance abuse and mental health treatments
– additional services through special programs

Some services, such as emergency client assistance and HAP rent subsidies are only available through case managers.

Accessible Accommodations: Not Listed

Hours: None Listed

  • Map

    No Records Found

    Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.

    Google Map Not Loaded

    Sorry, unable to load Google Maps API.

  • Reviews

    Leave a Review

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Rate this Place (overall):
    Rate this Place individually for:
    My service provider(s) was responsive to my needs
    My service provider(s) was knowledgeable and trustworthy
    I felt safe at the service site
    I felt welcomed and that I belonged at the service/service site
    I am likely to return to this service again