The NYC Health Department receives a grant from the federal government to provide services to people living with HIV in New York City and the Tri-County region (Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties).
Some people know this program as “Ryan White Part A”. This program funds services such as case management and food programs.
If you are in need of support to pay for medical care, visit the New York State HIV Uninsured Care Program (also known as ADAP), or the Ryan White Services Finder.
You can find Ryan White Part A service providers in the city by using the NYC Health Map.
Provides services to support engagement in medical care and medication adherence. Programs are located at hospitals, clinics and community-based organizations throughout the city.
Provides easily accessible harm reduction, recovery readiness and relapse prevention services to individuals who are HIV-infected and actively using drugs, relapsing or in recovery. These services help support engagement in HIV primary medical care.
Provides comprehensive mental health programs in health centers and community-based organizations that are co-located with HIV primary care services or have established linkages with HIV primary care providers.
Food and Nutrition+
Provides food and nutrition services to people living with HIV/AIDS who are experiencing or at risk for food insecurity. These services support engagement in HIV primary care and treatment adherence.
Supportive Counseling and Family Stabilization+
Provides individualized supportive counseling and family-focused services. These services aim to overcome barriers to access and facilitate continued engagement in medical care for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Provides HIV-related legal services that are directly necessitated by an individual’s HIV/AIDS serostatus.
Services include emergency rental assistance for rental start-up, such as broker’s fees and first month’s rent, or for short-term rental assistance.
Rental assistance provided through this program is temporary and must be accompanied by a strategy to identify and support a long-term living situation.
Transitional Care Coordination+
Provides individualized support to homeless and unstably-housed people living with HIV/AIDS to ensure entry into and continuity of primary medical care. These servics can also connect people with housing and other support services.