No Cost Services in Connecticut

  • medical case management
  • primary medical care
  • oral health
  • mental health
  • substance abuse-outpatient
  • medical nutrition therapy
  • HIV-related medications
  • health insurance premium and cost sharing assistance
  • home health care
  • home-and-community based services
  • hospice care
  • medical transportation
  • housing-related services
  • food bank/meals
  • psychosocial support
  • linguistic services
  • emergency financial assistance
 

Connecticut AIDS Drug Assistance Program (CADAP)

The Connecticut AIDS Drug Assistance Program (CADAP) can help pay for Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved HIV-related drug treatments. For more information, call CADAP Toll-Free at 1-800-233-2503.

Children, Youth and Family AIDS Network of Connecticut (CYFAN)

The Children, Youth and Family AIDS Network of Connecticut (CYFAN) of the Community Health Centers Association of Connecticut (CHCACT) offers HIV/AIDS primary care services, coordination of the Perinatal HIV Transmission Project, medical case management services (intensive child and youth centered), mental health services and support groups for infected and affected children, youth and their families. For more information, call the CYFAN Program Coordinator at 860-667-7820.

Transitional Linkage into the Community (Project TLC)

"Project TLC" is a statewide program designed to assist HIV-positive individuals ready for, or recently released from Connecticut’s correctional system with linkages and referrals to community-based and core medical services, including the Connecticut AIDS Drug Assistance Program (CADAP). Project TLC offers transitional case management, medical transportation and referrals to individuals for 30-60 days following release. For more information, contact Project TLC at 860-247-2437.

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