What Is Link-Up Michigan?Link-Up Michigan is a new public health strategy that aims to connect HIV-positive individuals to both medical and non-medical services. Link-Up Michigan services are open to Michigan residents who are currently not receiving HIV/AIDS care. It provides each individual with short-term, intensive support through referrals to existing community support programs. Link-Up Michigan also assits in connecting individuals who are out of care with an HIV medical provider.
What Does Link-Up Michigan Do?
- Do you have HIV?
- Are you seeing a doctor?
- Do you need other services, like transportation to the doctor, medical insurance, or food?
Who Is Link-Up Michigan For?To qualify, you must:
- Live in Wayne County,
- Be HIV-positive, and
- Not be in HIV medical care
Have a friend, family member, or loved one who might qualify? Have them call or email us for more information.
What Services Do We Offer?
Medical: We can schedule medical appointments, connect you with a doctor, organize transportation, and help pay for medications.
Non-Medical: We make referrals to community programs in the Wayne County area that can help with:
- Early intervention services (EIS)
- Food assistance
- Medical case management
- Financial support
- Co-pay assistance
- Insurance enrollment
- Job training
- Drug addiction
- Nutrion therapy
Did You Know?
Regular medial visits can:
- Make it less likely you will pass HIV onto your partner
- Keep you healthy
- Make it less likely you will get sick
- Lead to improved viral suppression
- Decrease the odds of drug resistance
This project is a partnership with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and the Wayne County Department of Health, Veterans and Community Wellness.
Contact UsValerie Park
33030 Van Born Rd.
Wayne, MI 48184
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