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Resource library
Starting the Conversation with Domestic Violence Advocates on HIV
This guide helps programs start the conversation internally among staff before talking with survivors.
17 Things You Can Do To Make a Difference for Survivors Living with HIV
This resource provides 17 things you can do to make a difference and promote as a program in your local program.
MOU Template
This is a sample Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) form for programs to use when developing a partnership with a local DV or HIV program.
Positively Safe Poster 2
The Positively Safe Posters have statistics on them that are perfect for displaying in local programs to normalize the conversation on the intersection of domestic violence and HIV.
Positively Safe Poster 1
The Positively Safe Posters have statistics on them that are perfect for displaying in local programs to normalize the conversation on the intersection of domestic violence and HIV.
Advocates as HIV Testers: Interview with Sojourner House
This resource is an interview with a local domestic violence program in Rhode Island that had staff members certified to provide HIV testing.