HIV Education Risk Reduction

The Healthy Alternatives for Reducing the Risk of HIV Infection - HARRP project targets men and women at sexual risk who may be dual diagnosed, at risk for HIV or STDs, or experience substance abuse. Women are invited to participate in 4 session- HIV health education/risk reduction education, as well as One-on-One health education counseling.  Sessions and One-on-Ones are offered throughout the year at various sites in the Los Angeles area. Sites currently include:

The program provides an individualized behavior change plan for each participant based upon an assessment of his/her readiness to change with respect to HIV risk behaviors. The plan focuses on setting & meeting small, realistic goals toward behavior change as well as reducing or extinguishing risk-taking behaviors.

Clients may receive referrals, a certificate of completion and gift cards for completion of sessions. If you would like to join us or have a site you are interested in us coming to, contact the program coordinator.

For further information please contact Roxanne Lewis at (213) 253-8245 or (213) 486-4953.

HIV Case Management

JWCH HIV Case management services are provided to the disenfranchised HIV positive homeless persons who have a continual and increasing need for assistance. These services include: Complete psychosocial assessment; individual care plan development; appropriate referrals to housing, medical, mental health and drug treatment; meals and nutritional supplementation; and hygiene items, clothing and  HIV education groups; Clients in need of services are identified through a variety of community sources including:

  • JWCH Institute's Skid Row Medical Outreach Team
  • Current or past clients of the program,
  • Other community based organizations,
  • AIDS service organizations and
  • Health facilities such as clinics and area hospitals.Transitional Case Management

Transitional Case Management

The Transitional Case Management Program provides services to incarcerated individuals who are living with HIV and are transiting back to the community. These services include: Complete psychosocial assessment; individual care plan development; appropriate referrals to housing, community case management, medical, mental health and drug treatment.

HIV/AIDS Residential Housing

JWCH provides emergency and transitional housing services to people living with HIV/AIDS with 15 beds nightly located at the Weingart Center. These services include: Complete psychosocial assessment; individual care plan development; appropriate referrals to housing, medical, mental health and drug treatment; meals and nutritional supplementation; and hygiene items and clothing.

 

 For further information on our HIV Services, contact Aiisha Ferguson, Program Coordinator of HIV Case Management Services, at (213) 486-4946.

JWCH also operates facilities for Primary Medical CareYouth, for the Homeless as well as programs promoting Women's Health.