The Part D-funded Family Care Network (FCN) is an integrated collaborative of multidisciplinary providers serving persons living with and affected by HIV within the service area of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, California (please see Attachment 7 for the Service Area Map). In this competitive continuation application, FCN seeks a total of $901,170 in FY 2022 Ryan White Part D funding to provide a comprehensive, coordinated matrix of family-centered services ensuring access to primary HIV medical care and psychosocial services to low-income and disenfranchised women, infants, children, and youth (WICY) living with HIV while providing a range of outreach, service linkage, peer support, legal services, and behavioral health programs. FCN is requesting four years of Part D funding, from August 1, 2022 through July 31, 2026. FCN consists of a six-agency consortium that collaborates to meet the needs of WICY in the service area. Each agency provides a coordinated and comprehensive set of services to meet the needs of WICY, as follows: UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland (UBCHO) provides the programmatic oversite for FCN through the Pediatric HIV/AIDS Program (PHAP) and the Center for Child and Community Health. The PHAP provides primary HIV specialty care, medical case management and psychosocial services to infants, children and youth living with (perinatally acquired) HIV, prenatal visits for pregnant women living with HIV, and follow-up evaluations and testing of their exposed infants; East Bay AIDS Center (EBAC/EBAC Medical Group) provides primary HIV specialty care, medical case management, treatment adherence and psychosocial support to eligible cisgender and transgender women and youth living with HIV; Alameda Health System (AHS) provides primary HIV specialty care and psychosocial support to eligible cisgender and transgender women and youth living with HIV; Women Organized to Respond to Life-Threatening Diseases (WORLD) provides p
eer-based emotional/practical support and psychosocial support services to cisgender and transgender women and youth/trans-youth living with HIV; East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) provides legal support services to assist WICY with specific legal issues including housing evictions, name change, and social security disability issues; and, La Clinica de La Raza (LCDLR) provides mental health (psychiatric) services to bi- and mono-lingual Spanish and non-Spanish speaking women and youth living with HIV. FCN also provides support to affected partners and family members of our WICY clients.