$3.00 provides an all day bus pass for someone living with HIV.
$4.75 provides 25 pounds of food for an individual living with HIV through our agency services.
$9.50 provides 50 pounds of food for a household of 2 or more through our agency services (at least one person in household is HIV positive).
$150 provides eye glasses for someone living with HIV that does not have optical insurance coverage.
$250 provides a medical appointment for a medical provider to treat someone newly diagnosed.
$262 provides preliminary costs of CD4 and viral load lab draw for a client without insurance.
$1000 provides emergency housing for two months for someone living with HIV.
|Care Coordination - Overview||| Print ||
In March 1990, the Positive Resource Connection hired its first full time care coordinator and, as HIV infection continues to rise, we now currently employ eight care coordinators. Through its care coordination department, PRC serves over 400 persons with HIV and AIDS and this group includes a wide diversity of people: adults and children, men and women, homeless and homeowners, all racial and ethnic backgrounds; and in all stages of the disease, from asymptomatic to hospitalized.
Through care coordination department, PRC also employs a housing coordinator for eligible clients in need of housing assistance and a support specialist for HIV positive individuals dealing with substance use issues.