HIV/AIDS Case Management

Beginning July 1, NKY Health County Health Centers will begin seeing the public for the following services by appointment only:

• Women’s health services
• Birth control
• Limited testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases
• Testing for HIV and hepatitis C
• Cancer screenings
• Nutrition counseling
• Immunizations for children and adults
• WIC (Women, Infants and Children), a free nutrition supplement program
• Breastfeeding support
• Naloxone overdose prevention kits

To schedule an appointment, please contact your county health center.



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The HIV/AIDS Case Management program provides support, referrals and guidance for persons living with HIV/AIDS and members of their households. It serves 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:

  • Short-term counseling
  • Help in finding doctors/dentists
  • Support groups
  • Education about living with HIV/AIDS

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

Financial assistance with medical, dental and mental health needs, medications, health insurance premiums and transportation is available based on household income and size.

Becoming a Client

If you have recently been diagnosed with HIV or AIDS and want to join the HIV/AIDS case management program, please call 859-363-2091 or email You can also call or text the intake coordinator at  859-414-2573.

Please refer to the checklist of documents you will need to provide at your first appointment.

More Information

Case management services are located in the Health Department’s District Office.

Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services HIV/AIDS division

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention