Client Services for persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families
Triad Health Project is committed to tailoring our services to meet the ever-changing needs of our clients. Following the development over the past few years of newer, more effective treatments for HIV and AIDS, our clients are living long and healthy lives, enjoying relationships, family and careers in a way never imagined when the disease was discovered.
Unfortunately, accessing adequate medical care and medications to ensure good health can be a challenge for many people living with HIV. A diagnosis of HIV also often brings fear, sadness, anger, stress, isolation, and anxiety.
In response to these concerns, Triad Health Project provides intensive, individualized case management services, which are provided by professionals specifically trained and experienced in the field of HIV. THP also provides support, counseling and therapeutic groups to individuals and families who are learning to cope with HIV.
We take a proactive role in providing our clients with the information, support, and resources necessary to help them maintain the highest possible quality of life, whether they are newly diagnosed, new to care, or have simply relocated to our area. Some of our services include:
- Referrals to local and regional medical services
- Moses Cone Outpatient Clinic
- Healthserve Community Clinic
- High Point Community Clinic
- Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
- University of North Carolina Center for Infectious Diseases
- Duke University Health System, Division of Infectious Diseases
- Coordination between local Providers and Clients
- Referrals to medication assistance programs
- Food Pantry and Nutritional Education
- Referrals to area Social Service organizations
- Information and Referrals to local Housing Providers
- Referrals to local Mental Health Providers for Counseling and Assessment
- Information and Referrals to Alcohol and Substance Abuse Resources
- Temporary, Emergency Financial Assistance
- Transportation Assistance to Medical Appointments
- Referrals to Legal Services for establishment of Health Care documents and Guardianship
- Contact with local Advocacy groups
- Higher Ground Day Center
- Support Groups
- Education, Art, and Exercise Programs
Triad Health Project ensures equality of opportunity and treatment for all clients and employees without regard to gender, race, color, religion, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical disability, sexual orientation, economic status, family status, marital, status, gender identity, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.