CDTC’s Comprehensive Family AIDS Program (CFAP) provides primary care, specialty HIV medical care, medical case management and supportive services to HIV positive women, youth, children and infants who are HIV infected and HIV exposed. CFAP provides a one stop, family-centered approach to healthcare to address the needs of individuals living with HIV or AIDS and their families.
Clients in CFAP have access to a full array of onsite health care services for HIV including primary and specialty care, phlebotomy, gynecological screenings, nutrition and adherence education and counseling. All clients in the CFAP program have a medical case manager to provide education, support and linkage. Services are provided in the same location, reducing the need for families to travel to multiple providers for care and facilitating the coordination of services to promote healthier outcomes. The program also provides HIV testing to partners, siblings and youth in the community. CFAP serves as the lead agency for Broward County funded by Part D of the Ryan White Care Act.
Targeted Outreach for Pregnant Women Act (TOPWA) is a linkage program that provides pregnancy and HIV testing, insurance assistance and resources to all pregnant throughout Broward County. Treatment, Acceptance, Guidance (TAG) is a medical and social services linkage program designed to support HIV positive gay, bisexual, or questioning youth ages 13-24 with medical care, counseling, and/or wraparound social services and resources.