Last updated: September 13, 2022
What is HIV/AIDS Case Management?
HIV/AIDS Case Management is a service available for County residents living with HIV/AIDS, regardless of insurance status. Case managers are registered nurses, or other trained people who provide a link between an HIV-positive person and the health care community. Case managers provide an assessment of the client’s needs, and they provide referrals for services to help the HIV-positive person begin and continue with medical care and treatment.
What services are offered?
HIV Care, Treatment and Support Services are offered the first and third Wednesday of each month at the Glen Burnie Health Center. Enrollment in Case Management is required.
The case manager provides referrals for:
- Dental services
- Medical care and treatment
- Social services such as food, housing, transportation and insurance
- Other resources
How does Case Management work?
- First, a case manager and the HIV-positive person meet and talk about the illness and determine what health care services will be needed.
- Together a care plan is written on how to get the necessary services.
- The case manager provides information on how to apply for these services.
Is there a cost?
There are no direct costs to clients for HIV/AIDS Case Management Services. However, clients must be HIV-positive and meet income eligibility for some of the services arranged by case managers through referrals. Case management is available for people who are uninsured or underinsured. Ryan White Part A and B provide funds for the HIV/AIDS Case Management Program.
To request Case Management Services:
Anne Arundel County Department of Health
HIV/AIDS Case Management Services
1 Harry S. Truman Parkway
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.