Nevada’s Ryan White Programs Resource Directory
Core Medical Services
- Outpatient/Ambulatory Medical Care: The arrangement and administration of professional diagnostic and therapeutic services by a physician, physician’s assistant, clinical nurse specialist, or nurse practitioner in an outpatient setting.
- Oral Health: Care which includes examinations, preventive, and healthful services provided by dentists, dental specialists, dental hygienists and other trained primary care providers.
- Early Intervention Services (EIS): Includes:
- Counseling individuals with respect to HIV/AIDS
- Testing (including tests to confirm the presence of the disease, tests to diagnose the extent of immune deficiency and tests to provide information on appropriate therapeutic measures)
- Referrals and other clinical and diagnostic services regarding HIV/AIDS
- Periodic medical evaluations for individuals with HIV/AIDS
- Health Insurance Programs: Programs that provides financial assistance to individuals living with HIV to maintain or to access health insurance by way of premium payments, co-payments, and deductible payments.
- Medical Case Management: Services which include a range of client-centered services that link clients with health care, psychosocial, and other services.
- Mental Health Services: Group and individual psychological and psychiatric treatment and counseling services offered to individuals with a diagnosed mental illness or substance use disorder.
- Medical Nutrition Therapy: Includes the provision of nutritional supplements by a licensed registered dietitian outside of a primary care visit.
- Substance Abuse Treatment: Medical or other treatment and/or counseling services provided to address substance abuse problems (i.e., alcohol and/or legal and illegal drugs)
- Referral to Healthcare & Support Services: Benefits counseling and enrollment are services available under this title. Eligibility screening and enrollment for Ryan White Programs is the main function.
- Non-Medical Case Management: Provides guidance and assistance in accessing medical, social, community, legal, financial, and other necessary services. You will work 1:1 with a Case Manager to achieve goals towards a healthy and fulfilled life.
- Legal Services: Legal assistance provided to and/or on behalf of the individual living with HIV and involving legal matters related to or arising from their HIV disease or care.
- Emergency Financial Assistance: Emergency and momentary help paying for rent or utilities.
- Food Bank/Home Delivered Meals: A service that provides actual food or meals as well as essential household supplies (hygiene items and household cleaning supplies) and vouchers to purchase food.
- Health Education/Risk Reduction: Services that educate clients with HIV about HIV transmission and how to reduce the risk of HIV transmission.
- Housing Services: Short-term assistance to support emergency, temporary or transitional housing to enable an individual or family to gain or maintain medical care.
- Psychosocial Support Services: Support and counseling activities, child abuse and neglect counseling, HIV support groups, pastoral care, caregiver support, bereavement counseling and nutrition counseling services.
- Medical Transportation Services: Transportation services provided, directly or through voucher, to a client so that he or she may access health care services.