Programs * HIV/AIDS Services * Case Management/Counseling

Reconciliation Act (COBRA), also known as the Community Follow-up Program

The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) started in 1996 and provides intensive case management services for HIV/AIDS clients and their families.  The program is composed of three-person teams:  a case manager, case manager technician and community follow-up worker.  The three team members work with clients and their families to stabilize living situations (medical, housing, benefits, etc.).  All services are billed through Medicaid.  Our Community Follow-up Program currently serves 190 clients.



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