Know your status, Get Tested

Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP) takes an integrated approach to improve health outcomes for patients living with HIV.

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Team

Services Offered:

Medical

Outpatient medical services available to those who test positive for HIV include:

  • Office visits with an HIV specialist
  • Lab tests
  • Assistance with medical/medication needs
  • Access to prescription medication(s) and medication delivery
  • Assistance with transportation to and from appointments, if needed
  • Referrals to outside social service agencies

Behavioral Health

  • Talk therapy (also known as psychotherapy/counseling) and psychiatric HIV-related services are available to existing NFP patients. Both in-person and telemedicine/virtual appointments are available.

Help for those who are uninsured or underinsured and are eligible for our Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program provides HIV-related services for those who do not have sufficient health care coverage or financial resources for patients living with HIV. Additional services include:

  • Medical Case Management: Aims to improve health outcomes for patients living with HIV. Also, assist patients with access to Ryan White HIV/AIDS programs and how to navigate the system of care.
  • Medical Transportation: To assist in getting patients to and from their medical appointments.
  • Nurse Care Coordination: A dedicated nurse to assist with any medical/medication needs. Nursing visits are offered at no cost to the patient.
  • Office visit coverage with an HIV specialist as well as coverage for laboratory tests.
  • Assistance with coverage for behavioral health therapy.

Scheduling

For people who have not been diagnosed with HIV, testing is the first step in maintaining a healthy life and preventing HIV transmission.
Know your status and get tested by calling us at 216.281.0872 to schedule an appointment.

To re-establish care or for more information on the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program and eligibility, call us at 216-961-2090 and ask for Daytona Harris, MSSA, LSW.

For more information on the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program or HIV, go to www.ccbh.net/ryan-white and www.hiv.gov.