No matter their HIV status, we know that people need similar health care as well as essential support services. These can include medical care, housing, transportation, and employment.
A status neutral approach can create a one door approach for HIV prevention and treatment, which can help normalize both. It eliminates HIV stigma by integrating prevention and care instead of supporting separate systems.
We believe it can enable people to know their status by making HIV testing and the next approaches, whether they’re behavioral or biomedical prevention, more accessible.