Golden Rule Services

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The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

Golden Rule Services is proud to be a recipient of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, helping those living with HIV/AIDS in our community, and helping to prevent new HIV infections. We are also proud to be doing out part to educate and protect people living with HIV during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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          Through the Ryan White Program GRS has enhanced its HIV Navigation Services (HNS) non-medical case management (NMCM) services, which were first established in 2018. HNS is a short-term, multi-session intensive office-based intervention to help people living with HIV/AIDS to gain entry or reentry into HIV medical care.
          The program assists clients with a plan to achieve health literacy, create an action plan to identify their needs, and assist with navigating through the full range of HIV related services available across the HIV care continuum. GRS wlll then periodically follow-up with these clients as needed.
          Adult and young HIV positive men who have sex with men(particularly African American and Latinx) and high-risk heterosexuals. These populations have been identified by state and local HIV planning bodies as high priority. The 2018 Sacramento Region HIV/AIDS Needs Assessment noted NMCM was the second highest service demand, yet of the 82% of respondents that needed NMCM,29% did not receive it due to barriers. The proposed HNS proposal can assist clients overcome these barriers. 

The UW Health HIV Care & Prevention Program receives Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program funding. The Ryan White program provides a nationwide, comprehensive system of care, including primary outpatient medical care and essential support services for people living with HIV who are uninsured or underinsured. The Ryan White program reaches 52 percent of all people living with HIV in the United States.


The Ryan White program is guided by the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, which has the following goals:

  1. Reduce new infections
  2. Increase access to care and improve health outcomes for people living with HIV
  3. Reduce HIV-related health disparities and health inequities
  4. Achieve a more coordinated national response to the HIV epidemic

GRS Case Management Through The Ryan White Program

GRS' case management services through the Ryan White Program offer out clients accurate and current information and assist in understanding the implications of the issues facing them. GRS supports our clients and works with them problem solve without judgment of their past decisions. GRS creates a safe space to gather and evaluate information from the client so that they may select an informed course of action.

GRS also promote communication and collaboration between the clients and all persons involved in the client’s care, as well as educates the client on available resources and assist them in accessing those resources.