For people living with HIV, regularly seeing a doctor and taking your medications is very important. But research shows that the social and economic conditions in which you live, learn and work have a tremendous impact on your health, as well. These conditions are known as “social determinants of health.”
Click on the questions below to learn more about how Illinois HIV Care Connect may be able to help with various social determinants of health and other issues that may affect you, then take the “Good Health Is More Than Health Care” Quiz!
Access to Illinois HIV Care Connect services depends on your income and insurance status. Not all services may be available, and the nature of services may vary, by regional office.