We provide education and support services to build a healthier Kansas City.
Our health insurance experts help you understand the benefits and costs of your insurance options. We can also help you enroll in a plan. We assist with Medicare, Medicaid, and Marketplace (also known as the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare) insurance. Our services are free and unbiased. Once you are enrolled, we’ll help you understand how to use your insurance to get the care you need and stay healthy. Contact us to at 816-753-5144 ext 1380 or email@example.com to learn more.
Community Health Workers (CHWs) are community residents trained to help people navigate the complex health system. Through a powerful peer relationship, a CHW can help you identify your biggest health challenges and create a plan to overcome those challenges. CHWs partner with clinics, hospitals, and communities to assist patients. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about partnering or make a referral for services.
KC CARE Clinic provides opt-out testing for our patients, and we help other healthcare providers implement this model. We provide training and ongoing support to help make sure HIV+ persons in our community are connected with the care they need. Contact us at email@example.com to learn more about using this model at your practice.
Through Linkage to Care, HIV+ persons receive focused case management as they connect to HIV care and ongoing treatment. This service is for those who are newly diagnosed, new to the area, or have fallen out of care. We accept referrals from the entire community to make sure all HIV+ persons get the care they need. Contact the Linkage pager number (816-990-2411) for more information.
HIV Case Managers support eligible HIV+ patients with:
Contact the Linkage pager number (816-990-2411) for more information.
Our prevention team goes out in the community to increase awareness, offer education, and reduce the risk of contracting HIV and other diseases. Our prevention work serves the entire community with a focus on those most at risk, such as youth, gay men, black women, and transgender persons. Contact us at 816-777-2774 to learn more.
The Midwest AIDS Training Education Center (MATEC) is a federally funded center that provides AIDS and HIV clinical training and support to health care professionals. Its mission is to enhance the capacity of HIV clinical services and improve the quality of those services for people living with HIV in our region. MATEC staff can be reached at MATEC@kccare.org.
Our expert staff are available to assist your organization through training and consultation. Please contact us at 816-777-2787 to learn more about how we can help you.