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Universal precautions are a set of protective measures that can be taken to prevent the transmission of communicable diseases.  These precautions include avoiding contact with an individual’s blood or bodily... Read More ▹

Medications can reduce HIV antibodies and greatly mitigate the spread of HIV/AIDS, if taken consistently.  It is essential for domestic violence service providers to have a basic understanding of... Read More ▹

A safety plan is an individualized plan that focuses on strategies for staying safe and is typically used with survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking.  Safety planning is an... Read More ▹

Presenting the basics on what every woman should know about living healthy and living safe is a great way to begin a conversation about DV and/or HIV/AIDS with service participants.  This poster provides an... Read More ▹

This client resource brochure, “Living Healthier, Living Safer” is offered to domestic violence and HIV providers to provide information about the each topic area and the intersection of the HIV and domestic... Read More ▹

Linkage to and retention in care is important for anyone living with HIV and in ending HIV/AIDS. This resource provides the basics on linkage to and retention in care, why it is important, how it is... Read More ▹