Transitional Case Management
Minority AIDS Project’s Transitional Case Manger (TCM) provides Psychosocial Case Management to people incarcerated in Los Angeles County. This program was designed to assist people surviving with HIV and AIDS while incarcerated in Los Angeles County. One of the goals of the program is to provide medical and psychosocial assistance to the participants while confined to the limitations presented by their incarceration. The TCM assist each participant to obtain and maintain HIV medical care, education about multiple services available upon release from incarceration. The TCM provides assistance with linkage to housing services, medical transportation, HIV medical clinics, mental health services, substance abuse programs, food banks, clothing bank, linkage to public benefits specialist to apply for financial assistance and health insurance coverage, back to school program, re-entering job programs, etc. Each participant is informed of the possible benefits of the program and an individualized service plan (ISP) is created with the input of the participant. The TCM develops the ISP with the specific needs of each participant. Once the participant is release from incarceration the TCM conducts some follow up sessions with participants to ensure referrals are followed and to assist with any additional education for medical and psychosocial services available to them. If you would like to obtain any additional information, please contact our main office and ask to speak with our TCM for further exploration of some of the possible benefits of this important program.
If you need services or have any question regarding case management feel free to call at 323 936-4949.