The Dallas County Health and Human Services’ HIV Grants division is responsible for administering millions of dollars in federal and state HIV/AIDS grant funding including funds from Ryan White Part A and B and Ryan White Minority AIDS Initiative.
This funding allows persons living with HIV/AIDS throughout a 12-county service delivery area to have access to primary medical care through HIV-related health and psycho-social support services.
A number of services, including the ones listed below, are contracted through non-profit agencies and provided to residents in the following counties: Collin, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Fannin, Grayson, Henderson, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, and Rockwall.
- Ambulatory / outpatient medical care
- Oral health care
- AIDS pharmaceutical assistance
- Medical case management
- Early intervention services
- Mental health
- Health insurance and cost-sharing assistance
- Substance abuse
- Home health care
- Home- and community-based health care
- Food bank
- Case management
- Outreach — Lost to Care
- Medical transportation
- Housing-based case management
- Health education / risk reduction
- Home-delivered meals
- Congregate housing
- Linguistic services
- Legal services
- Day respite care for children / youth / adults
- Child care services
- Respite services for adults
*For definitions of the above listed services, refer to the Continuum of Care document, available below.
To request proposals for HIV/AIDS services, check current bid opportunities of Dallas County’s purchasing department.
To find out how your agency can provide services to people living with HIV/AIDS, call (214) 819-1849.