Trainings for Our Community

By Chuan Teng, Esq.

Managing Legal Director

 The Equal Access to Healthcare Program (EAHP) is holding a Spanish Language Immigration and Public Benefits Workshop on Thursday, September 15th from 10-2 p.m. at the Civic Center Library. This workshop will be conducted in Spanish and will address public benefits available to immigrant clients. Providers and clients are welcome to attend.

 Additionally, EAHP with the SF HIV Front Line Organizing Group (FOG) is hosting the Second Annual Open Enrollment Boot Camp on Wednesday, October 5th at UCSF Mission Bay from 9-5 p.m. This boot camp will offer training and resources to front line HIV-service providers on health insurance open enrollment and how to help clients make informed health coverage choices.

 For more information, please contact chuant@positiveresource.org.

 

 

We’ve Got This! Health Access for HIV+ Older Adults

weve got this 1If you are an HIV+ older adult in San Francisco who is interested in learning more about your healthcare options, Positive Resource Center (PRC) is hosting an event just for you. Thursday, February 26, from 4 to 8 pm at the San Francisco LGBT Center we will be hosting “We’ve Got This! Health Access for HIV+ Older Adults” to give an overview of coverage options and to provide a step-by-step roadmap to accessing services.

PRC knows that accessing healthcare can be a challenge because figuring out what programs are available to you and how to enroll in them can be difficult, and access to healthcare for all HIV-positive individuals is one of our top priorities.

The event will kick off at 4:00pm with registration and an Opportunity Fair where various community-based organizations will provide information and in-depth consultations on their services, allowing you to connect directly with people who can support and advocate for you. While the Opportunity Fair will be ongoing throughout the entire event, we have even more planned to help you get covered.weve got this 2

At 4:30 pm, “Panel I: What’s Out There” will provide an overview of the range of healthcare coverage options available to HIV+ older adults. Continue reading