African American Services Navigation
This program provides support with navigating the HIV medical care system that is culturally specific for African Americans with high needs, such as homelessness, severe medical needs, mental illness, substance abuse, or lack of insurance. It provides culturally specific advocacy, benefits counseling, support accessing medical care linkage to mental health and substance abuse services, medication adherence support, home visits, housing resources and education.
The program supports African Americans living with HIV/AIDS who have high needs in Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, Yamhill, Columbia and Clark counties. Services are provided where clients most need them — in the clinic, hospital or at home.
For more information, contact Maurice Evans at 503.278.3869.