Archival Content: 1999-2005
Providing HIV Prevention Services to Drug Users and Other High-Risk Groups
The NIDA Community-based Outreach Model: A Manual to Reduce the Risk of HIV and Other Blood-borne Infections in Drug Users lays out several principles of HIV outreach with IDUs that bring the provision of HIV prevention services to life:
Prevention Case Management (PCM)
PCM is a client-centered HIV prevention activity that combines HIV risk-reduction counseling and traditional case management to provide intensive, ongoing, individualized prevention counseling and support. Some states, such as Texas, have merged outreach into existing PCM activities to as to expand and strengthen these efforts.
Prevention Case Management
CDC’s Procedural Guidance for Selected Strategies and Interventions for Community Based Organizations Funded Under Program Announcement 04064
CDC-funded demonstration projects for community-based organizations that are using PCM with people living with HIV/AIDS
Other Useful Resources
For more information about Texas’ outreach and PCM plan, contact:
Bureau of HIV and STD Prevention
See how Michigan’s Community Health Awareness Group (CHAG), an AIDS service organization, carries out a PCM program.
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