The goal of SCAP Client Services is to provide high-quality services to people living with HIV/AIDS so that they can not only survive, but also thrive in the face of their infection.
Case Managers provide emotional support, service plan development, referrals to providers in the community, and oversee or provide the following support services.
People living with HIV/AIDS may qualify for benefits offered at the county, state and federal level. These benefits may include: Social Security, Medi-Cal, MediCare, AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), State Disability, Cal-Works, General Assistance and more. SCAP Case Managers will assist clients towards receiving, maintaining, or reinstating their benefits.
HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons living With AIDS) - is financial assistance specifically designated for people living with HIV/AIDS. Clients who are eligible may receive assistance with their rent, mortgage, and/or utilities.
MAF (Medical Assistance Fund) is funded through the Ryan White Care Act/ Part B. Clients may request financial assistance to help them pay for uncovered medical costs, vitamins/supplements, and prescription reimbursement.
SCAP owns and operates the Perlman House, as a transitional house for our clients. To be considered, clients must first qualify and then be placed on the waiting list for possible residency.
Food and Nutritional Assistance
Located at SCAP's main office, a food pantry is available for clients living with HIV/AIDS.
SCAP is a strong supporter of wellness for all our clients and occasionally coordinates wellness events. Wellness is an integration of mind, body, and spirit so that one has a sense of balance and harmony in life. Wellness promotes self-care, self-understanding and connects one's life to the larger world.
The Client Connection is a monthly newsletter and blog that keeps clients connected to what is happening at SCAP, as well as informing clients regarding benefits, events, and opportunities. The Client Connection also connects clients to the Client Calendar.
For more information on programs and services, please click here or call 831-427-3900.