Our Work

Supportive Services

Case Management

AIDS Alabama offers HIV targeted case management services for HIV-positive individuals and families with and HIV-positive qualifying member living within 300% of the federal poverty level income limits. This service is provided to assist consumer link to AIDS Alabama programs and other supportive services that help maintain housing, stable health, and to move towards independence.     

The main office case management staff currently consists of three licensed bachelor-level social workers who assist consumers with an array of case management activities, including: emergency financial and utility assistance; long-term tenant based rental assistance; short-term rent, mortgage, and utility assistance; housing, program, and shelter referrals, Shelter Plus care housing support; and ongoing resource identification services for consumers in our care.


AIDS Alabama provides transportation services to medical and social service appointments to current AIDS Alabama consumers with incomes within 300% of the federal poverty level income limits. Priority is given to those living in our program facilities.

Living Well Out Patient Outpatient Center

The Living Well Out Patient Outpatient Center offers programs designed for HIV-positive consumers with emotional and mental health issues. A psychiatrist is available to those with a serious mental health diagnosis to help with psychiatric assessments, medication administration, and medication monitoring. For those who seek only counseling services, individual and family therapy sessions will be available.

In addition to mental health services, the Living Well Out Patient Outpatient Center will also offer GED, Vocational, and Independent Living Skills Training; and HIV treatment adherence counseling. Bi-lingual social work case management services will be provided for Spanish-speaking consumers.


AIDS Alabama’s Living in Balance Chemical Addiction Program (LIBCAP) is an intensive outpatient treatment program that offers services to people living with HIV who have a diagnosis of substance abuse and live within the HUD low-income limit. The program offers: individual, group, and family counseling; drug screening; case management services; jobs and education assistance; HIV education; and psychiatric assessment.