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Formative Evaluation of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago's Treatment Coordiantor Pilot Program

May 1, 2009

CURL conducted a formative evaluation of the of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago's (AFC) Treatment Coordinator pilot project. This project occurred in two phases.  For the first phase of the project, AFC integrated a new treatment coordinator position into seven pilot agencies. The goal of the position was to create a seamlessly coordinated HIV/AIDS system integrating case management and clinical services, leading to improved individual level indicators and quality of life for clients.  We based our conclusions and recommendations for this phase on a variety of data sources including field observations, site visits, interviews, and one focus group. 

Connecting Fractured Lives to a Fragmented System: Process Evaluation Report Chicago Housing for Health Partnership

May 1, 2007

CURL partnered with the AIDS Foundation of Chicago to evaluate Chicago Housing to Health Partnership (CHHP). This program uses an innovative housing first model for individuals who are homeless, have chronic medical conditions, and have been recently released from the hospital.