People living with HIV/AIDS may find help through the Minnesota HIV/AIDS Program. If you would like to receive services:
If you are unhappy with an action taken or you feel DHS did not act on your application for one or more of these programs, please review your appeal rights.
People living with HIV/AIDS may find help through the Minnesota HIV/AIDS Program. To learn more about how this program can help, click on any of the areas that interest you.
Case management can link you to or help you with a variety of services from access to health care and coverage to legal services.
Dental services pays for routine diagnostic, preventive and corrective dental procedures furnished under the supervision of an approved dentist.
Insurance services pays medical insurance premiums, including, but not limited to:
The medication program provides HIV/AIDS-related prescription drugs to uninsured and underinsured individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
Mental health services gives you an opportunity to have assistance with receiving proper mental health care.
Nutrition services pays up to $100 each month for enteral/nutritional supplements when ordered by a physician.