Case Management Overview
BCAP is a welcoming place. We celebrate and value each person entering our doors regardless of age, race, culture, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, sexual identity, lifestyle, background, religion, spirituality, ability, or income. We invite you to have open, honest communication with us at all times.
Our objective is to ensure access to HIV care and improve the quality of life for people infected with or affected by HIV.
- Medical case management
- Medical referrals
- List of community resources
- Nutritional support
- Health insurance information
- Emotional support
- Practical help
- Limited financial assistance
- Information and support for friends and family members
We aim to help clients stabilize and maintain their health. We recognize physical health is connected to emotional, social, and spiritual well-being. We understand when basic needs such as food and shelter are not met it is difficult to remain healthy. As a result, we look at health and the individual as a whole.
BCAP is a safe place where clients can access services without judgment on the basis of their race/ethnicity, immigration status, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or past/current drug use. Our role is to work with clients to help them identify, prioritize, and meet a variety of needs. Individuals create their own wellness plan for creating a healthy standard of living. Case Managers are there to assist as needed and appropriate for the client.
Client Services is funded through the Ryan White Care Act – federal dollars designated to assist individuals living with HIV/AIDS. In addition to Ryan White funds, BCAP utilizes grants and private donations to help clients stabilize and maintain their health.Get Started