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Peer Navigator (Lake County)

Encourage, coach, and support the clients in expressing their perspective throughout the processes of assessment, service planning, and service delivery. Be able to create and facilitate peer activities that support and strengthen to their care plan, medication and consistent infectious care management.

Be able to self-disclose as HIV positive to peers, colleagues and community members. Develop a knowledge base and contacts in community. Assist with providing needed resources to recipients and provide consultation to Ryan White and HOPWA case management team while also locating supplementary resources in the community. Peer mentor will act as advocate for client in clinical and supportive service appointments.  Recommend additional care and resources based on facts identified in assessment and indicated on care plan.

TOPWA Outreach Worker

TOPWA is unique in that outreach workers are employed to go out into the community and public venues to enroll pregnant women who have yet to access care. Outreach workers should identify and frequent specific venues where clients may be found.  These include, but are not limited to: bars/club, laundromats, business establishments, hospitals, malls, low-income housing complexes, social organizations, street locations, homeless/domestic violence shelters, jails, substance abuse treatment centers, and mental health facilities.

Upon identifying a specific area or venue to visit regularly, outreach workers should develop and implement strategies to assist with marketing the program within the specified area.  This may include, but is not limited to: flyers, tabling nontraditional outreach hours, holding community wide health fairs, baby showers and collaborative events with local agencies.