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It is important to know how and where to find reliable information about an unfamiliar topic. This guide aims to support domestic violence providers and the individuals they serve, about the risk of HIV... Read More ▹
It is important to know how and where to find information about an unfamiliar topic. This guide aims to support HIV/AIDS service providers and the individuals they serve, about domestic violence and reliable... Read More ▹
It is critical that domestic violence providers understand the risks associated with HIV/AIDS transmission and infection and have the skills to comfortably discuss these with clients. It is important to... Read More ▹
Domestic violence advocates have the opportunity to make a difference by informing clients about the intersection of domestic violence and HIV/AIDS. Persons experiencing domestic violence are often limited in... Read More ▹
This document provides an overview of how to build collaborative partnerships and cross training opportunities between DV and HIV/AIDS service providers. Service providers from each field need to have a basic... Read More ▹
Domestic violence (DV) is an act or pattern of acts used by a person to gain or maintain power and control using a variety of tactics described in this resource. The following document shows a Power and... Read More ▹
HIV/AIDS service providers have the opportunity to make a difference by having a discussion about domestic violence with service participants. It is important for all service providers to feel comfortable and... Read More ▹