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340:70-10-3. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) information services

Issued 6-1-13

(a) Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Coordination and Information Services (ACIS) provide a central contact point for persons with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) disease and their families, other state agencies, community organizations, support groups, and Oklahoma Department of Human Services staff to gain information related to AIDS or HIV infection or disease.  The information disseminated may cover AIDS or HIV legal, social service, or health care issues; whether these services are available to persons with HIV disease and, if so, where they may be obtained.  •1 

(b) There are no income or resource eligibility criteria for HIV/AIDS case management services.  Referrals are accepted from all sources within the community.

(c) Form 08AI004E, Permission to Share Confidential Information, must be signed by the client specifying with whom confidential information may be shared prior to the release of any such information by the case manager.


Issued 6-1-13

1.(a) Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Coordination and Information Services (ACIS) case managers:

(1) are assigned multi-county responsibility to provide services statewide for persons with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) disease;

(2) coordinate the provision of services for persons with HIV disease;

(3) identify gaps in services;

(4) assist in the development of programs to serve persons with HIV disease;

(5) ensure service needs are met and duplication of services are avoided by:

(A) maintaining membership on numerous local and statewide boards, committees, and task forces; and

(B) assisting other state agencies and community based organizations in the development of grant applications; and

(6) ensure persons in need of HIV/AIDS related services are:

(A) linked with the providers of those services; and

(B) provided information and referral services.

(b) ACIS case manager's work is monitored and supported by Adult and Family Services.

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