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Prevention with Positives & High-Risk Negatives (58)

Retaining PLWHA in Care Webinar Slides

This webinar, facilitated by AIDS United, will teach you about a program’s success despite its rural location and a client population with diverse needs (alcohol/drug use, mental disorders, and HIV).

Scholarly Article: Comprehensive Case Management

Read the abstract to learn more about the intervention and consider how your prevention services can support the health of people living with multiple comorbid conditions.

HIV Testing and Pregnancy Toolkit

PROCEED Inc.’s HIV Testing and Pregnancy Toolkit is designed “to help organizations reduce perinatal HIV infections in their communities. The kit includes reference guides, fact sheets, brochures and information on topics related to HIV and pregnancy.”

Guideline

Common CDC Evaluation Expectations

Are you curious to know what a federal funder expects from the evaluation section of your grant proposal? Read this list to learn more.

Document

Activity Guide: Assumptions and Impact

This exercise is intended to help employees discuss the relationship between personal opinions, feelings and assumptions, and delivering HIV prevention and care services.

Intentional Leadership in CBOs Webinar Series

Watch this leadership webinar series produced by our capacity building colleagues at the Community Impact Solutions Project to learn how to nurture leadership for organizations who are staffed by and/or serve Black MSM (men who have sex with other men).

HIV Care Continuum and Housing

This resource highlights key findings from research studies to demonstrate the impact that stable housing has on each step of the HIV Care Continuum.

Video

Social Determinants of Health and HIV

Watch this 10 minute video to learn about the relationship between HIV and the Social Determinants of Health.

Medication Adherence Strategies

This CBA@JSI guide offers an overview and comparison of CDC-supported HIV medication adherence strategies.

2015 CDC National HIV Testing Campaign: #DoingIt

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