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HIV Provider Fact Sheet


This fact sheet, meant for HIV/AIDS providers, outlines basic information about domestic violence.  While working in the HIV/AIDS field it is important to be able to recognize and discuss signs of abuse or red flags in a relationship. It is also necessary to understand the factors behind domestic violence and reasons why a survivor might stay in an abusive relationship, which can be often misrepresented or neglected in discussions about DV. This fact sheet will help HIV/AIDS service providers begin to develop or expand their knowledge about DV in order to ensure safety and help for all clients. The areas focused on are DV definitions and statistics, factors behind DV, who is affected by DV, and why someone might stay in a DV situation.

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