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Starting the Conversation with Domestic Violence Advocates on HIV

 

Starting to discuss HIV in domestic violence agencies can be challenging. Advocates may feel unprepared, unfamiliar, or uncomfortable discussing HIV. This guide helps programs start the conversation internally among staff before talking with survivors. It’s important for advocates to identify their own beliefs and biases before discussing the intersection of domestic violence and HIV with survivors.

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