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Archival Content: 1999-2005

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Recruiting Drug Users into HIV Prevention Interventions

Encouraging IDUs and others at high risk to participate in HIV prevention interventions is a relatively new goal of outreach. For example, in 2004 Texas decided to only fund outreach recruitmentLink to a PDF DocumentLink to a non-CDC site of high risk individuals to participate in “evidence-based interventions.”

CDC Provisional Procedural Guidance for Community Based Organizations includes guidance on recruitment that highlights outreach for recruiting for HIV prevention services.

What is Diffusion of Effective Behavioral Interventions (DEBI)?

What is a peer-driven intervention (PDI)?

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