(To Take Care Of)

Whether newly diagnosed or multi-year HIV survivor, living with HIV/AIDS can be confusing and involve a wide variety of issues.

Together HIV positive clients and their case manager plan and coordinate with the appropriate services and resources that might be needed to achieve a healthier life.

Culturally sensitive and confidential support is offered individually and or as a group through different activities, such as client retreats, crafts and educational sessions.

IPTF Case Management services increase and sustain emotional well-being, provide psychological and emotional support. These opportunities include talking circles, Ceremonies and traditional feasts which help to reduce social isolation, stigma and promote general well-being.


  • Getting individuals linked to care
  • Provide transportation to and from Medical appointments and Food Shelves
  • 10 Ride bus passes to assist with medical transportation
  • Access to Health Insurance
  • Referrals to Every Penny Counts and Aliveness and other agencies
  • Cultural/emotional support and health education/risk prevention services
  • Housing Referrals
  • Assisting in filling out paperwork
  • Access to traditional/spiritual counseling
  • Locating a suitable doctor who is knowledgeable about HIV/AIDS
  • Care Plans/ Advocacy

Case management provides referrals to the Bridging Project, Community Voice Mail, Every Penny Counts.

Contact Ellen for more information by email or at (612) 889-4636.