What are the eligibility requirements?
- You have to be HIV positive.
- You must be living in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, or Lake County.
- You cannot be receiving the same services from Medicaid, Project AIDS Care or Insurance.
- You have to be low-income - at or below 400% of the Federal Poverty Level
What do I need to bring to my appointment? In order to be able to quickly get you into the services you need, we will first need to have a few documents to assess your eligibility. Bring the following documents with you to your first appointment:
- Proof of HIV Status - Original or copy of an HIV Laboratory Test which shows your HIV Status
- Proof of Income - Bring all that apply to show your income such as:
- Current Pay Stubs (last 3 months if possible)
- Military & Earning Statement
- Rental & Other Income
- If Self Employed - 1040 Form
- Public Assistance Award or Denial Letters
- Bring all documents that show you are receiving services from other programs or have been denied such as:
- Medicaid Card
- Project AIDS Care Eligibility Notice
- Insurance Policy
- Public Assistance Program Award or Denial Letters
- Veterans Administration and Other Documents which apply.
- Proof of Residency such as utility bills or lease agreements
- Picture ID
What If I don't have all the documentation? It's Okay. Bring what you have or call the local office for help. Remember having the correct information at the time of the appointment will speed the process of your eligibility determination.
Services Offered -
- HIV Medical Care
- Help paying for HIV medications
- Case Management services
- Dental Care
- Nutritional and Food Services
- Health Insurance payment assistance
- Counseling Services
- Outpatient Substance Abuse Services
- Transportation to medical appointments
Become a Part of the Planning Process by joining the Planning Council
The Planning Council is a community planning organization charged with assessing the needs of a planning services for People Living with HIV/AIDS in Lake, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties (the "Orlando EMA"). These services are funded by Part A of the Federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act. Click the link below for more information on the Planning Council. www.hivnetwork.org