Medical Case Management

Our comprehensive medical case management links clients to both agency services and community resources. Among the services offered by AIDS Project New Haven are: Referrals to Ambulatory Health Services, Emergency Financial Assistance, Benefits & Entitlements Advocacy, Referrals to Housing and other programs. For more info, contact Nick Boshnack.

Substance Abuse Aftercare

Our Substance Abuse Prevention Program offers relapse prevention services to clients, affected family members, and their caregivers. Primarily in the form of relapse prevention groups, this service seeks to help clients maintain a clean and sober lifestyle. For more info, contact Nick Boshnack.

Support Groups

Positive Voices. A support, social and informational group for men who are living with HIV/AIDS open to gay, straight and bisexual men. The group meets every other Wednesday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm and dinner is served. For more info, contact Nick Boshnack.

Women Empowered. A support group for women living with HIV/AIDS which meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday each month for lunch, features presentations which share valuable information on topics of interest. For more info, contact Fran McMullen.

Mental Health Counseling

Mental Health Counseling helps clients identify and manage the stress and emotional challenges they face. Administered by a team of caring and capable professionals, this comprehensive program seeks to improve each individual’s sense of serenity and quality of life. For more info, contact Nick Boshnack.

Alternative Therapy

AIDS Project New Haven offers Acupuncture to people living with HIV/AIDS.  For more info, contact Nick Boshnack.

Transportation

AIDS Project New Haven’s Transportation Program seeks to eliminate transportation as a barrier to care. By providing free bus passes to eligible clients or transporting clients by taxi, this program supports clients’ ongoing participation in HIV primary care and supportive services. For more info, contact Nick Boshnack.

Early Intervention Services

Early Intervention Specialists (EIS) assist early diagnosed individuals to access HIV, medical and support services while also working with out of care HIV+ individuals to reengage in HIV medical care and treatment. For more info, contact Nike Jackson.