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Med-HEART will collaborate with the nine demonstration sites listed below to evaluate models of care that link individuals who are homeless and living with HIV to needed services and resources:
- AIDS Arms, Inc. doing business as Prism Health North Texas, Dallas, TX: Intensive care coordination intervention to link and retain individuals who are HIV+, multiply diagnosed and homeless in a medical home
- Family Health Centers of San Diego, Inc., San Diego, CA: A collaborative peer navigator model for serving individuals in San Diego who are homeless, HIV-positive, and dually diagnosed
- Harris Health System, Houston, TX: A medical home delivering HIV care at the site of choice for homeless individuals in Houston
- Multnomah County Health Department, Portland, OR: Using network navigators to connect individuals who are multiply diagnosed, homeless, and HIV-positive with a medical home in Portland, Oregon
- City of Pasadena Public Health Department, Pasadena, CA: An innovative mobile care project, providing vital care navigation and outreach to individuals who are homeless and HIV-positive in the San Gabriel Valley
- San Francisco Department of Public Health, San Francisco, CA: The HOME Project: Building a medical home for people who are multiply diagnosed, HIV-positive, and homeless
- CommWell Health, Newton Grove, NC: Patient-centered medical home for people with HIV who are homeless or unstably housed and have substance use and/or mental health diagnosis in rural North Carolina
- University of Florida-UF Cares, Jacksonville, FL: A partnership for access to treatment and housing in Jacksonville, Florida
- Yale University, New Haven, CT: The mHEALTH model creates a medical home for people who are homeless and living with HIV in New Haven, CT.