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Guide for Medication Storage and Access


Medications, if taken correctly, can reduce HIV antibodies and greatly mitigate the spread of HIV/AIDS. Service providers should have a basic understanding of antiretroviral drugs/antiretroviral therapy, as outlined in this resource. Additionally, service providers should consider how to best protect those who need accommodation for their medication storage and access. This resource outlines why it is important to work with survivors on medication, and how to do so while respecting confidentiality. Promising practices are suggested at the end of the resources with the hope that service providers will be able to implement them into daily procedures.

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