This program provides case management, support, and referral services to HIV/AIDS patients through Ryan White funds.
It also provides ongoing HIV/AIDS education to physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, and other health care providers.
New Hope Clinic is a nurse-managed clinic in Yakima, WA and is a program of Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic. The New Hope Clinic provides support and referral services through a Ryan White Part C grant. It provides medical, nursing and dental care, as well as nutrition support, counseling, outreach and mental health care to persons living with HIV/AIDS in Yakima and throughout Central Washington.
The mission of YVFWC & New Hope Clinic is to improve the quality of life for farm workers, the underserved, and others as we work to strengthen the health of our communities.
The main goal of New Hope Clinic's contract is with the NW AETC’s Minority AIDS Initiative Program to develop and to also provide HIV/AIDS training to clinic providers who primarily serve Latino migrant farm workers with HIV or who are at high risk for HIV infection and have limited access to medical care. This includes instructional clinical training programs, as well as a Rural Nursing Preceptorship program.