How Do I Become an AIN Client?

How Do I Become an AIN Client?

How Do I Become an AIN Client?

AIN Programs

Our Services for Clients Already Living with HIV/AIDS

AIN Programs

Our Services for Clients Already Living with HIV/AIDS

TRANSPORTATION

Are You Living Without Regular Access to a Working Vehicle?

AIN provides bus passes, van trips, and Lyft rides to help you reach and maintain medical treatment,
healthcare, and other support services such as meals, counseling and much more.

For information on how to access transportation assistance, please call 214-943-4444 or complete the contact form below.

Are You Living Without Regular Access to a Working Vehicle?

AIN provides bus passes, van trips, and Lyft rides to help you reach and maintain medical treatment, healthcare, and other support services such as meals, counseling and much more.

For information on how to access transportation assistance, please call 214-943-4444 or complete the contact form below.

MEALS

Do You Find it Difficult to Eat 3 Healthy Meals Every Day?

AIN can provide you with a nutritious breakfast and lunch, served Monday – Friday, prepared in-house by our resident chef.

For information on how to access meals assistance, please call 214-943-4444 or complete the contact form below.

Do You Find it Difficult to Eat 3 Healthy Meals Every Day?

AIN can provide you with a nutritious breakfast and lunch, served Monday – Friday, prepared in-house by our resident chef.

For information on how to access meals assistance, please call 214-943-4444 or complete the contact form below.

CASE MANAGEMENT

Do You Find it Challenging to Locate Resources?

AIN has a team of graduate level social workers, called Case Managers, that will meet directly with you to develop a plan and connect you to services like mental health counseling, legal support, healthcare, and housing.

For information on how to access Case Management assistance, please call 214-943-4444 or complete the contact form below.

Do You Find it Challenging to Locate Resources?

AIN has a team of graduate level social workers, called Case Managers, that will meet directly with you to develop  a plan and connect you to services like mental health counseling, legal support, healthcare, and housing.

For information on how to access Case Management assistance, please call 214-943-4444 or complete the contact form below.

SPANISH LANGUAGE TRANSLATION / INTERPRETATION

Is Spanish Your First Language?

AIN has  5 bilingual staff that can interpret or translate information for you.

For information on how to access Case Management assistance, please call 214-943-4444 or complete the contact form below.

Is Spanish Your First Language?

AIN has 5 bilingual staff that can interpret or translate information for you.

For information on how to access Case Management assistance, please call 214-943-4444 or complete the contact form below.

Eligibility for AIN Client Services

In order to receive services funded by Ryan White, State Services or Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS (HOPWA) grants, all clients are required to meet the following eligibility requirements:

1. Have a diagnosis of HIV / AIDS (this is a one time document).

2. Be a Texas resident in one of the following service delivery areas: Dallas Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA);  Health Service Delivery Area (HSDA); Sherman/Denison Dallas EMA.

3. Have an adjusted annual gross income no greater than 300% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). To see the 2019 FPL, click here.

New Client Enrollment / Intake Appointments

1. If you are not actively participating in Case Management with a Ryan White funded agency, you may contact AIN directly to schedule an intake or initial assessment interview appointment at (214) 943-4444 to determine if Case Management services are appropriate or to receive referrals for identified needs. Appointments are typically available within 24 – 48 hours of the appointment request.

2. If you are currently active in Ryan White Case Management, you need to obtain a referral from your assigned Ryan White Case Manager for each AIN program where a need has been identified. Then you will need to call AIN at (214) 943-4444 to schedule an appointment prior to the expiration date of your referral.

Qualifications for the Nutrition Program in the Daire Center

Clients must provide proof of residency, proof of income, health insurance, and picture ID. Clients who are in a transitional home or shelter that provides 3 meals a day will not qualify.

What to bring when you come in for your appointment

For Intake and Re-Certification, bring proof of residency, proof of income (including SSI / SSDI / SNAP award letter), proof of health insurance (such as Medicare / Medicaid / Private Insurance), and a picture ID.

For Updates, you will need your picture ID. If there are changes to your residency, income or health insurance, you must also bring paperwork showing those changes.

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Our Address:
2600 North Stemmons Fwy
Suite 151
Dallas, TX, 75207
Our Phone:
214-943-4444

Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM M-F

Contact Email:
Info@AINDallas.org
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