This toolkit focuses on integrating HIV care, treatment, and/or prevention services into primary care services at HRSA-funded health centers. The toolkit shares the lessons learned and resources from 22 health centers that participated in Partnerships for Care (P4C), a three-year cross-agency demonstration project (2014-2017) to build sustainable partnerships to support expanded HIV service delivery within communities highly affected by HIV, particularly among racial/ethnic minorities.
The toolkit features health center resources and promising practices to support the integration of HIV services into primary care, build strong primary care-public health partnerships, and expand and enhance HIV services and improve HIV outcomes in communities. The toolkit is organized into three modules based on the stages of developing an integrated primary care HIV program: planning, implementation, and sustainability. In addition, the toolkit discusses cross-cutting integration issues such as cultural competency, data collection and use, quality and process improvement, and training and technical assistance.
In addition to tools and resources from the P4C health centers, the toolkit includes resources from CDC, the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program’s Part F AIDS Education and Training Centers (AETCs) Program, and the University of California, San Francisco.
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