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Positively Safe Brochure
This brochure is a resource developed for local programs to display, allowing survivors and individuals living with HIV to gather information on the intersection.
Universal Precautions
The following resource describes the basics of universal precautions, how they can be implemented in service provision, and a reminder of what fluids do and do not transmit HIV/AIDS.
Tips for HIV Providers

This tip sheet, meant for HIV/AIDS providers, outlines the options a provider has when working with a client who might be experiencing violence in her/his relationship(s).
Tips for Domestic Violence Providers
This tip sheet, meant for DV providers, outlines the options a provider has when working with a survivor who might be at risk of or diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
Safety Planning
This resource provides service providers with an understanding of safety planning, with specific sections on sexual safety and injection drug safety.
Linkage to and Retention in Care for People Living with HIV/AIDS
This resource outlines the importance of linkage to care and what barriers come into play for individuals living with HIV when it comes to getting care.
HIV/AIDS Risk Factors and Risk Reduction
This handout helps outline the most common risk factors associated with HIV/AIDS, as well as best practices for risk reduction.
HIV Power and Control Wheel
This power and control wheel includes HIV specific tactics of abuse that an abusive individual may use to maintain control over their partner.
Domestic Violence Provider Fact Sheet
This fact sheet, meant for domestic violence providers, outlines basic information about HIV/AIDS.