CURL conducted a formative evaluation of the of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago's (AFC) Treatment Coordinator pilot project. This project occurred in two phases. For the first phase of the project, AFC integrated a new treatment coordinator position into seven pilot agencies. The goal of the position was to create a seamlessly coordinated HIV/AIDS system integrating case management and clinical services, leading to improved individual level indicators and quality of life for clients. We based our conclusions and recommendations for this phase on a variety of data sources including field observations, site visits, interviews, and one focus group.