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This workbook includes seventeen methodologies from nine different cities, which were selected from a wide array of service settings community-based organizations, health departments, housing services, faith-based organizations, clinics, hospitals, and therapeutic communities for substance abuse. According to the authors, these methodologies have been successful in connecting or re-connecting HIV+ clients to medical care services and/or bringing an agency closer to HIV+ client populations so that relationships with health care can develop. All of the activities described in the workbook address a central question: How does the activity help connect or re-connect HIV+ people who know their status to health care? The workbook’s aim is to inspire people working in health and HIV services to explore this question. The authors assert that the content will encourage change, strengthen current program efforts, expand approaches, and enable service providers to see program results in a new way. (Authors)
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AIDS Action
2004
Washington, D.C.