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Archival Content: 1999-2005

HIV Prevention Among Drug Users:
A Resource Book for Community Planners & Program Managers


Key Questions for HIV Prevention Planners and Program Managers

The following key questions related to PART 1 may be helpful in guiding prevention planners and program managers to obtain information on how to design, implement, and set priorities among programs for drug users and their sex partners.

  • How would you assess the local community's attitude toward drug use?
  • Who are the major drug treatment providers in your community and what kinds of services do they provide?
  • Do local or state-funded drug treatment programs provide HIV prevention education for their clients and, if so, what do these programs consist of?
  • Have local or state drug use surveys or other types of research been conducted within your community to determine the nature and extent of local drug use?
  • How might the goals of local drug treatment providers reinforce or conflict with those of HIV prevention efforts?
  • How might drug treatment providers be involved in the HIV Prevention Community Planning process?
  • How might state and local corrections systems agency representatives be involved in the HIV Prevention Community Planning process?
  • How might state and local alcohol and drug agency representatives be involved in the HIV Prevention Community Planning process?
  • Is a member of the Community Epidemiology Work Group (CEWG) conducting research in your area?
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