The Kern Lifeline Project offers medical and non-medical case-management services (funded by the Ryan White Care Act) to persons living with HIV/AIDS that include: referrals for basic needs, well as dental, vision, transportation, food, hygiene products, substance-abuse treatment, and mental-health services.
The project provides individual and small group behavioral health counseling, therapy, psychiatric services and outpatient substance-use treatment, support groups in both English and Spanish, advocacy to medical health care, emergency housing assistance. The program also provides Rapid HIV Testing to the community that is supported by funding from the Kaiser Foundation.
Location: Kern Lifeline Project
2000 Physicians Plaza Blvd, 2nd Floor
Bakersfield, CA 93301
Monday - Friday