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Case and Care Management

Our Case and Care Management teams are dedicated to coordinating clients with the best person-centered treatment possible.
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Available programs

Our Case Managers prioritize utilizing our trauma-informed care approach as they guide clients through the process of meeting their healthcare and social service needs.

Linkage to Care

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Individuals living with an HIV+ or AIDS diagnosis have access to multiple resources and support groups to improve their wellness, including interventions and workshops.
Free and confidential HIV, Hepatitis C and STI Testing
Harm reduction group
Individual counseling
Medication Management

Supportive Housing

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Our Supportive Housing programs allow clients to access their very own Case Managers, which will help them with their housing, maintenance and health needs.
Application assistance for stable housing
Medication management
Linkage to Care
Access to BAC's services and programs

Health Homes

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Clients can benefit from our Health Homes programs if they are on a Medicaid plan and have two or more chronic conditions, have one chronic condition and are at risk for a second, have one serious and persistent mental health condition. The purpose of this program is to help reduce visits to the emergency room, as well as the time spent in the hospital.
Access to healthcare providers
Care coordination
Mental health and substance use treatment
Access to supportive housing
Medication management
Social services

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)

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This specialized community-led care team is dedicated to serving individuals ages 18+ who have more severe and persistent mental health diagnoses (including Bipolar Disorder, Schizoaffective Disorder, Chronic Major Depression and Schizophrenia) in order to help improve functionality.
Clinical treatment
Problem-solving skill building
Relapse prevention
Medication management
Healthcare education
Housing assistance
Peer support
Access to employment specialist

GBHI (Grants for the Benefit of Homeless Individuals)

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Our GBHI program allows individuals who struggle with stable housing and substance use to access important resources to take control of their health.
Substance use treatment
Case management
Recovery and peer support
Health insurance enrollment assistance
Medication management

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