Ryan White Part A/MAI funds are focused on reducing HIV-related health disparities and improving health outcomes for the HIV+ African-American and Hispanic communities.
The main goals of the MAI Program are to improve HIV-related health outcomes and to reduce HIV-related disparities and disease among racial and ethnic minority communities disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. The MAI Program conducts outreach, health education/risk reduction, and HIV treatment adherence education, and works in the community with providers to incease access to culturally and linguistically competent services for PLWH/A in the TGA. The two critical arms of the MAI Program are the MAI Community Liaison and the Health Education/Risk Reduction (HE/RR) Coordinator.
Services provided at this location: Early Intervention Services (EIS) Emergency Financial Assistance-Food Emergency Financial Assistance-Housing Emergency Financial Assistance-Utilities HIV Counseling and Testing Legal Services Medical Transportation Minority AIDS Initiative (MAI) Program Non-Medical Case Management
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