Home Health Care

Home Health Care ( AIDS/HIV )


The agency provides HIV/AIDS services for people of all ages who live in Los Angeles County. Some services are restricted to registered clients of the agency. Services include advocacy, AIDS drug assistance program (ADAP), HIV/AIDS/STD prevention kits, bereavement support groups, case/care management, comprehensive outpatient substance use disorder treatment, crisis intervention, dental care, dental screenings, disease/disability information, health education, health/disability related support groups, home health care, nutrition education, prescription drugs for specific health conditions, psychodynamic therapy, special diet food and specialized information and referral. There are no geographic restrictions for most services; Case Management services are restricted to clients in SPA 4 - Metro Area which includes zip codes 90004, 90005, 90006, 90012, 90013, 90014, 90015, 90017, 90019, 90020, 90021, 90026, 90027, 90028, 90038, 90039, 90041, 90042, 90046, 90048, 90057, 90065, 90068, 90069, 90071.

Case/care management services provide integration of services for a client, based on an individualized service plan. Clients may receive dental care; emergency food assistance from the agency's food pantry; health education, and nutrition counseling; work services; and benefits assistance, as needed. The food pantry, NOLP, offers special diet food that meet the dietary needs of people with HIV/AIDS. The program also collaborates with other HIV/AIDS programs throughout the county to provide this special pantry service for people living with HIV/AIDS. Call the designated number if information on NOLP hours and service locations.

Mental health services include crisis intervention, assessment counseling, substance abuse prevention assistance, and specialized referrals for additional services. Significant others of clients or people living with HIV/AIDS may also apply for support and counseling; support groups are available. Adults and teens who have HIV/AIDS who are involved with alcohol or drug abuse or who have a problem with any addictive behavior, including eating or using sex addictively, may be involved in individual counseling and support groups to deal with the addiction. Mutual peer support groups are provided for people with HIV/AIDS and their families. Special groups for women are also available.

The agency also offers the HIV/AIDS PrEP program that provides pre-exposure treatment for people who have high-risk HIV/AIDS exposure. PrEP includes a daily medication to reduce the risk of HIV infection.

The center enrolls patients for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), which provides FDA-approved HIV-related drugs at little or no cost to those who are eligible; call for more information.

Home health services include medical case management, psychosocial services and attendant care in the home. Other services available to registered members of APLA include transportation to and from doctor's appointments, bus passes, and treatment advocacy.

Clientline provides resource information, referrals, and telephone case management for clients, significant others, family members and caregivers.

Information and education is provided through a speakers bureau, community presentations, and written materials. Training for professional health and mental health workers is also available. The program provides advocacy and builds awareness of the impact of HIV/AIDS at all levels of government. The agency advocates for increased funding for HIV/AIDS services and policy to improve the lives of those living with HIV. The program also connects individuals with their elected officials and provides information on public policy issues. LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH Spanish; Translation services for other languages may be available with advance notice. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Call or visit the agency's website to apply; applicants must have a documented diagnosis of HIV/AIDS and T.B. clearance and must participate in an evaluation with case management staff. Call the county PreP warmline or visit www.getprepla.com for information about PrEP. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE There are no fees for most services. Dental fees are on a sliding scale starting from $0. Fees vary for PrEP services; drug assistance plans may be available for low-income people without health insurance.
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611 S. Kingsley Dr.

Los Angeles , CA 90005 (Physical)

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Monday Wednesday, THursday and Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm, Tuesday 9:00am to 3:00pm. Recorded information is available Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 9:00pm; Saturday, Sunday and holidays 9:00am to 5:00pm. Clientline staffed Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm.


(213) 201-1615 (AIDS Drug Assistance Program) (213) 201-1500 (Client Line) (213) 351-7699 (County PrEP Warmline) (323) 540-2844 (Fuerza Positiva) (213) 201-1637 (Housing)

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(213) 201-1600 (Main Line - Menu System)


(213) 201-1595

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