HIV Supportive Learning Group
Located at: 18 & ½ Crescent Street, Biddeford, Maine (Christ Episcopal Church)
This group meets on the first Thursday of the month from 4-5:30 PM and is open to HIV Positive clients of Frannie Peabody Center as well as other participants who can show verification of HIV positive status. This group is closed to HIV negative individuals including partners of members.
The group is free of charge and a great way to learn about HIV health and social topics while connecting with peers in the community.
The group is led by Lisa Manganello, Case Manager at FPC and she can be reached for questions regarding the group at 207-807-4586.
Notification of Changes to Ryan White/ADAP
If you received this letter from the Maine CDC regarding changes to ADAP supportive services and have any questions, please call the Maine CDC at 207.287.3747. These changes will be going into effect July 1.
HealthInfoNet combines information from separate health care sites to create a single electronic patient health record. This allows approved health care providers to quickly access the information they need to make better decisions about their patients’ care, especially in an emergency.
HealthInfoNet is a Maine-based nonprofit. Only medical professionals involved in your care have access to your record in HealthInfoNet.
To learn more please visit HealthInfoNet’s website.
If you prefer not to have your information available to your healthcare providers using the health information exchange, you may opt-out online.
Some information related to mental health and HIV/AIDS treatment is only available in HealthInfoNet if you give permission or are in a medical emergency. Click here to read more about how you can give permission for some or all of your health care providers to see this information.
FPC Advisory Committee
The FPC invites clients, non-clients, and interested community partners to submit recommendations or ideas on HIV/AIDS concerns, case management services and issues. FPC will collect feedback and contact interested particpants to convene a meeting quarterly to address the needs and priorities of the community.
Advisory Committee minutes will assist the agency with plans to address service gaps. This information will be incorporated into the agency’s news and information outlets.
Please email or call 207.774.6877 ext. 8013 with any questions or concerns.
The Ryan White Part B Program
The Ryan White Part B Program provides medical case management services to people living with HIV/AIDS throughout Maine. Medical case management services link clients with health care, psychosocial and other services. Each month, the Ryan White Advisory Committee meets in Augusta to review and discuss issues pertaining to Ryan White case management services in Maine. Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of every month, from 1pm-3pm. If you would like to attend, Frannie Peabody Center can sometimes assist with mileage reimbursement. FPC can only assist one case management client at a time. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.