advocacy, support, & resources
Our Case Management Program helps close the gap of intersecting health disparities faced by many LGBTQ people. In-house case managers address barriers to your care and help you access and navigate medical, social, community, legal, and financial resources.
Case management is available to current patients.
Non-medical case management services include:
- Access to basic needs, such as housing, food, clothing, and toiletries
- Advocating on behalf of clients for basic needs, legal help, social services, and other issues
- Employment resources
- Insurance and affordable health care assistance
- Transportation to medical appointments
- Resources for emergency financial funds
- Linkage to help with domestic and intimate partner violence
- Connections to LGBTQ-affirming mental health providers, support groups, and inpatient/outpatient programs
- Help with updating name and gender ID documents, including licenses, birth certificates, social security, and more
- Advocating and raising awareness on behalf of clients and community needs
Medical Case Management
Medical case management is available for patients living with HIV. Experienced case managers can help you access and navigate the unique resources available.
Case management is available for patients in urgent situations like housing instability or lack of basic needs.
See below for a directory of hotlines and resources that may help you.
Get Case Management
If you are a current patient seeking case management, please call 203-903-8308 or send us a MyChart message and let us know what services you are looking for. You can also tell your medical provider during your next visit. A case manager will contact you.
If you are not a current patient, your first step is to establish medical care. You can request an appointment online and we’ll contact you within 1-2 business days with your next steps. You can also call 203-903-8308 for assistance over the phone. At your first appointment, let your provider know what case management services you need, and they will connect you with a case manager.
Please note that the resources below are not affiliated with Anchor Health but are often utilized by patients. If there’s something we should know about one of the resources listed on this page, or if you have one to add, please email Caroline Chadwick.
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