Northern Kentucky restaurants must have a certified food manager on duty at all times. The training is offered monthly.
The HIV/AIDS Case Management program provides support, referrals and guidance for persons living with HIV/AIDS and members of their households as part of the Kentucky HIV/AIDS Care Coordinator program. Assistance is available to people living in Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Grant, Gallatin, Kenton, Owen and Pendleton Counties.
The level or amount of case management is based on an evaluation of a person’s needs at any given time and can include:
The overall intent of case management is to provide clients with a range of care using existing community services to the greatest degree possible. The goal is to help clients be as self sufficient as possible.
Financial assistance is based on household income and size. If you are at or below 500% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, you may be eligible for financial assistance with medical, dental and mental health needs, medications, health insurance premiums and transportation.
If you are living with HIV/AIDS and have recently tested positive for HIV or are new to this area, use this information to acquaint yourself with the Northern Kentucky program. If possible, please download and complete the forms for new clients prior to coming for your first appointment. If you do not have access to a printer, your case manager or the intake coordinator will assist you.
HIV Care Coordination
Information for prospective clients
Information for current clients