Ryan White Part B

Improving health and well-being

United Way of Metropolitan Nashville in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Health manages the Ryan White Part B and CDC Prevention grants for Middle Tennessee to improve the lives of individuals affected by HIV/AIDS.

The Ryan White program provides services for people who do not have sufficient health care coverage or financial resources. The program serves more than 1,700 individuals across Middle Tennessee and supports an overall continuum of care. The Ryan White initiative supports comprehensive care and prevention education efforts which include:

  •          Medical Case Management
  •          Case Management
  •          Emergency Financial Assistance
  •          Mental Health
  •          Substance Abuse
  •          Oral Health Care
  •          Psychosocial Support
  •          Food Bank Home Delivered Meals
  •          Transportation
  •          Housing Assistance

Success Stories

Faces of Success: Tanyetta Davis Faces of Success: Tanyetta Davis Tanyetta Davis shares how a United Way partnership on the Family Empowerment Program gave her a second chance at housing and reunited her and her children. Read More
Faces of Success: Terreka Usher Faces of Success: Terreka Usher Terreka Uasher and her mother discuss the importance of Hometown Huddle, an annual league-wide day of service with the Tennessee Titans. Read More
Faces of Success: Rickcale Peoples Faces of Success: Rickcale Peoples Rickcale Peoples shares how a United Way partnership on the Family Empowerment Program helped her find a safe place to raiser her children. Read More
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