What Our Clients Are Saying

“When I was hungry AIN fed me. It is home away from home.” ~ Anonymous

“AIN helps me with my meals and bus passes to help me take care of my business.” ~ Anonymous

“AIN is a place to meet people and enjoy myself.” ~ Anonymous

“It was like finding a Best Friend to help you and has made me a better person.” ~ Fred

Recurring Monthly Gifts

Did you know that If you choose to make a Recurring Monthly Gift of:

  • $25, over a year’s time you could provide 50 meals
  • $50, over a year’s time you could provide 100 meals
  • $50, you could provide 1 year of bus passes for 1 client
  • $100, you could provide 200 meals
  • $100, you could provide 1 year of bus passes for 2 clients

Please make your donation today.

All gifts are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS guidelines.

PROGRAMS FOR DIAGNOSED PERSONS

Our Services for Clients Already Living with HIV/AIDS

Case Management

Intake and Enrollment

Clients can fully initiate services at AIN and be linked to treatment, healthcare, and an array of other support services when we conduct a full Intake that provides access to the system of care. Clients are also referred to AIN by other organizations, and we link them into AIN’s services by completing an enrollment process. We also provide client updates and re-certifications of eligibility as needed.

Case Management (Non-Medical)

AIN Case Managers provide a range of client-centered service contact with clients that need assistance to access or maintain services or care. We utilize a variety of case management methods to ensure access and coordination of client’s care, and provide advocacy for clients as needed.

Medical Case Management

Clients navigate a complicated world of doctor’s appointments and other healthcare services. AIN’s Medical Case Managers proactively help clients who have multiple complex medical and healthcare services, as well as psychosocial health-related needs, which focus on maintaining medical care and improving treatment outcomes.

AIN Meals Program

Nutrition Program

AIN’s Meals Program provides clients breakfast and lunch that is prepared and served fresh daily in the Daire Center. Our meals meet the dietary needs of persons living with HIV. Having proper nutrition to accompany complex medication regimens helps clients with medication adherence and to live longer, healthier lives.

AIN Transportation Fleet

Medical Transportation

AIN’s Transportation Program helps clients to access vital services. We provide bus passes, van rides, or taxi/car rides for clients to reach and maintain medical treatment, healthcare, and other support services such as meals and food.

AIN Daire Center

Daire Center

The Daire Center is a center-based wellness program of non-medical support for clients providing stabilization, socialization, education, skills-building, nutritional support, and respite in a safe, welcoming space.

AIN-Linguistic Services

Linguistic Services

AIN provides Spanish language interpretation and translation of written documents for Spanish speaking clients, their caregivers, and other service providers. Our Interpreter/ Translator not only provides services at AIN, but also in a variety of other settings. In 2018, 350 individuals received 1,750 hours of Spanish language interpretation services through AIN.

“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another.”

~Charles Dickens

Programs for Diagnosed Persons

Our Services for Clients Already Living with HIV/AIDS

Case Management

AIN-Case-Management

Intake and Enrollment

Clients can fully initiate services at AIN and be linked to treatment, healthcare, and an array of other support services when we conduct a full Intake that provides access to the system of care. Clients are also referred to AIN by other organizations, and we link them into AIN’s services by completing an enrollment process. We also provide client updates and re-certifications of eligibility as needed.

Case Management (Non-Medical)

AIN Case Managers provide a range of client-centered service contact with clients that need assistance to access or maintain services or care. We utilize a variety of case management methods to ensure access and coordination of client’s care, and provide advocacy for clients as needed.

Medical Case Management

Clients navigate a complicated world of doctor’s appointments and other healthcare services. AIN’s Medical Case Managers proactively help clients who have multiple complex medical and healthcare services, as well as psychosocial health-related needs, which focus on maintaining medical care and improving treatment outcomes.

AIN Meals Program

Nutrition Program

Healthy living with HIV means proper adherence to medication. These medicines often require a nutritious meal to be effective. Our meals program provides breakfast and lunch prepared and served fresh daily and works with a certified nutritionist to meet the dietary needs of persons living with HIV.

AIN Daire Center

Daire Center

After meals, clients have access to this center-based program of non-medical support. The Daire Center is a safe space for stabilization. Games, art and education classes allow for skills-building, and provide respite for caregivers.

AIN Transportation Fleet

Medical Transportation

Transportation can be a barrier to accessing vital services. This program provides bus passes, van rides or taxi services for clients to reach and maintain medical treatment, care and other support opportunities such as counseling and education classes.

AIN-Linguistic Services

Linguistic Services

AIN provides Spanish language interpretation and translation of written documents for Spanish speaking clients, caregivers, and other service providers.

Programs of Education and Prevention

Our Services for At-Risk Individuals

AIN-Case-Management

Outreach & Collaborations

AIN provides outreach initiatives that are designed to reach and help educate specific populations about HIV, STI, and other healthcare needs. We collaborate with a variety of primary medical service, social service, and other HIV service providers. This program helps to facilitate a direct linkage to medical care and social services, including information, referrals, casework and follow-up.

Health Education and HIV Prevention Program

The Health Education and HIV Prevention Program provides HIV/STI education, HIV testing and counseling, and health education for a range of medical risk factors to reduce HIV infection. This program also addresses other health issues and works to provide barrier-free access to health care and other services that improve health outcomes.

PROGRAMS OF EDUCATION AND PREVENTION

 

Our Services for At-Risk Individuals

Outreach & Collaborations

AIN provides outreach initiatives that are designed to reach and help educate specific populations about HIV, STI, and other healthcare needs. We collaborate with a variety of primary medical service, social service, and other HIV service providers. This program helps to facilitate a direct linkage to medical care and social services, including information, referrals, casework and follow-up.

Health Education and HIV Prevention Program

The Health Education and HIV Prevention Program provides HIV/STI education, HIV testing and counseling, and health education for a range of medical risk factors to reduce HIV infection. This program also addresses other health issues and works to provide barrier-free access to health care and other services that improve health outcomes.

AIN’s Mission is to prevent the spread of HIV and serve persons living with HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable populations.

AIN’s Mission is to prevent the spread of HIV and serve persons living with HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable populations.

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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