Integrated Navigation Services

We partner with clients and empower them to increase their self-sufficiency

AIDS Action advocates work individually with new and returning clients to address barriers to good health, such as lack of insurance, homelessness or unstable housing, unmet mental health and substance use needs, and other personal and systemic barriers. The goal is that through short-term advocacy, clients are increasing their self-sufficiency. Our Client Intake Specialist, Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) Navigator and Linkage to Care Coordinator work collaboratively across departments to create systems and practices that provide a continuum of care and services through coordination with Housing, Medical Case Management and clinical providers. The SDoH Navigator assists clients who are at high risk of housing instability and the Linkage to Care Coordinator assists clients with navigating and accessing medical care.

SDoH referrals include:

  • Housing
  • Food
  • Employment
  • Transportation

Linkage to Care Referrals includes:

  • Health Insurance
  • Medication
  • Primary Care
  • Transportation

Contact Information

Short-term advocacy is offered at our Boston location. To speak to someone about becoming a client, contact any of the offices below:

Boston Office
75 Amory Street,
Boston, MA 02119