Training resources are available to improve the knowledge, skills, and competencies of an interdisciplinary HIV prevention workforce seeking to plan, integrate, implement, and sustain HIV prevention programs and services.
Planning Councils are responsible for the planning and implementation of HIV Prevention and Care coordination throughout the state.
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HIV Prevention Documents, Policies & Procedures
There’s a lot of important documents when it comes to the HIV Prevention. We’ve gathered them all in here so you can find what you need quickly and easily.
Whether you are providing Drug User Health Services like the Syringe Service Program (SSP), or implementing the Outreach, Testing, and Linkage to Care (OTL) program, someone at your agency is responsible for reporting your client’s data into one of the two secure databases to keep record of the clients you’ve served.
Laws and regulations pertaining to HIV differ from state to state. Overall, Connecticut’s HIV laws are more liberal than that of other states, like the decriminalization of transmitting HIV or STIs and recognizing minors capable of requesting HIV testing and PrEP. Click for more information.
Connecticut does its best when it comes to staying at the forefront with HIV initiatives to help improve the lives of people infected and affected by the virus. Check out some of our latest work.
HIV Educational Videos
Sometimes it’s easier to show an educational video while you’re trying to teach yourself or your client about HIV. Check out these videos and see what you may not have known.