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University of Maryland: JACQUES Initiative

The mission of the JACQUES (Joint AIDS Community Quest for Unique and Effective Treatment Strategies) Initiative (JI) program is to provide a holistic care delivery model that ensures long-term treatment success for individuals and communities impacted by HIV. JI provides comprehensive primary medical care to HIV positive men and women that includes onsite Case Management, Mental Health and Treatment Support services as well as referrals for Substance Abuse and Housing.

See other resources by University of Maryland:

University of Maryland: Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics
University of Maryland: ADHD Treatment Clinic
University of Maryland: Family Connections Baltimore at University of Maryland School of Social Work Ruth H. Young Center For Families and Children
University of Maryland: Extension Baltimore City 4-H Youth Development
University of Maryland: Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering (CMSE)
University of Maryland: Sexual Abuse and Rape Assessment Center at University of Maryland Children’s Hospital
University of Maryland: School of Dentistry
University of Maryland: Evelyn Jordan Center (EJC)
University of Maryland: Child & Adolescent Clinic
University of Maryland: Eye Associates
University of Maryland: Pulmonology and Allergy Clinic
University of Maryland: Drug Treatment Program (Methadone Maintenance)
University of Maryland: Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services (OATS)
University of Maryland: Alcohol & Drug Abuse Program
University of Maryland: Urban Agriculture at University of Maryland Extension-Baltimore City
University of Maryland: STAR TRACK at University of Maryland Adolescent Health Center
University of Maryland: Adolescent and Young Adult Center

University of Maryland: JACQUES Initiative

The mission of the JACQUES (Joint AIDS Community Quest for Unique and Effective Treatment Strategies) Initiative (JI) program is to provide a holistic care delivery model that ensures long-term treatment success for individuals and communities impacted by HIV. JI provides comprehensive primary medical care to HIV positive men and women that includes onsite Case Management, Mental Health and Treatment Support services as well as referrals for Substance Abuse and Housing.

See other resources by University of Maryland:

University of Maryland: Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics
University of Maryland: ADHD Treatment Clinic
University of Maryland: Family Connections Baltimore at University of Maryland School of Social Work Ruth H. Young Center For Families and Children
University of Maryland: Extension Baltimore City 4-H Youth Development
University of Maryland: Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering (CMSE)
University of Maryland: Sexual Abuse and Rape Assessment Center at University of Maryland Children’s Hospital
University of Maryland: School of Dentistry
University of Maryland: Evelyn Jordan Center (EJC)
University of Maryland: Child & Adolescent Clinic
University of Maryland: Eye Associates
University of Maryland: Pulmonology and Allergy Clinic
University of Maryland: Drug Treatment Program (Methadone Maintenance)
University of Maryland: Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services (OATS)
University of Maryland: Alcohol & Drug Abuse Program
University of Maryland: Urban Agriculture at University of Maryland Extension-Baltimore City
University of Maryland: STAR TRACK at University of Maryland Adolescent Health Center
University of Maryland: Adolescent and Young Adult Center


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