HARP - What We Do
Below is a list of funded services provided by HARP of Victoria. For a more detailed explanation of each service click links below.
Case Management Services
Case management is a multi-step process to ensure timely access to and coordination of medical and psychosocial services for a person living with HIV. We provide both medical and non-medical case management depending on your need.
Outpatient/Ambulatory Health Services
Outpatient/Ambulatory Health Services are services provided directly to a client by a licensed healthcare provider in an outpatient medical setting.
Local AIDS Pharmaceutical Assistance
The purpose of a Local AIDS Pharmaceutical Assistance Program is to provide medications to treat HIV/AIDS or to prevent the serious deterioration of health arising from HIV/AIDS in eligible individuals, including measures for prevention and treatment of opportunistic infections.
Medical Case Management
Medical Case Management is intended to serve persons living with HIV with health-related needs that focuses on maintaining HIV-infected persons in systems of primary medical care to improve HIV-related health outcomes.
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services include psychological and psychiatric screening, assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and counseling services. Services are based on a treatment plan, conducted in an outpatient group or individual session, and provided by a mental health professional licensed or authorized with the state to render such services. Such professionals typically include psychiatrists, psychologists, and licensed clinical social workers.
Oral Health Services
Oral Health Services include dental care that is in compliance with dental practice laws, includes evidence-based clinical decisions that are informed by the American Dental Association Dental Practice Parameters, is based on an oral health treatment plan, adheres to specified service caps, and is provided by licensed and certified dental professionals.
Non-Medical Case Management
Non-Medical Case Management is responsive to the immediate needs of a person living with HIV and includes the provision of advice and assistance in obtaining medical, social, community, legal, financial, entitlements, housing, and other needed services.
Emergency Financial Assistance
Emergency Financial Assistance includes assistance with utilities provided to clients with limited frequency and for a limited period of time.
Food Bank assistance is provided in the form of a $50 gift card to H-E-B. Clients may use this gift card to purchased food, hygiene supplies, and cleaning products.
Medical Transportation Services
Medical Transportation Services enable an eligible individual to access HIV-related health and support services, including services needed to maintain the client in HIV medical care, either through direct transportation services or gas cards.
Referral for Health Care and Support Services
These services direct a client to a service in person or through other types of communication.
The HOPWA Program provides assistance to low-income persons living with HIV and their households to establish or maintain affordable and stable housing, reduce their risk of homelessness, and improve their access to health care and supportive services.