Dallas County Health and Human Services - 2377 N. Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207
Telephone: 214-819-2000

This video will discuss the latest updates from THMP( Texas HIV Medication Program) as well as ADAP (Aids Drug Assistance Program).
It will highlight key points regarding the application process; in addition to pertinent information overall regarding DSHS/THMP (Department of State Health Services)
The Spend Down, what it is and how it will affect things moving forward, will additionally be discussed as well.”

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
  • Transportation
  • 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.

The provision of HIV/AIDS services in the 12-county area is prescribed in the following documents: Standards of CareContinuum of Care and How Best to Meet the Priority.

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.

Visit www.hab.hrsa.gov, www.dshs.state.tx.us/hivstd/ or www.hud.gov/ for more information.