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Collaboration Guide


This document aims to stress the importance of collaboration and cross training between DV and HIV/AIDS service providers. In order to best meet the needs of all clients, service providers from each field should have a basic understanding of the intersection of DV and HIV/AIDS.  However, it is not possible that providers become experts in the opposite field. Additionally, it is rare that one program/agency has the capacity to provide specific inclusive services to meet all the varied needs of clients. In order to reconcile this division, successful collaborations can be created across these two fields. This document highlights the benefits to collaboration, what is needed for a successful collaboration, and various ways to implement collaboration.

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