Insights from a multi-state demonstration and evaluation of innovative models for linkages to and retention in HIV care.
Each site was tasked with designing, implementing, and evaluating innovative strategies to integrate different components of the public health system like:
- Counseling and testing
- Treatment to create new and effective systems of linkages and retention in care for hard to reach populations who have never been in care
- Populations that have fallen out of care, or are at-risk for falling out of care
- Populations of interest who were at high risk for, and/or infected with, HIV but are unaware of their HIV status
- Populations aware of their HIV infection but have never been referred to care, or are aware but have refused referral to care
Fact sheet on an evidence-informed innovative model of care focused on the linkage to care step of the HIV care continuum.
Review of an intervention focused on client re-engagement in HIV care, given that clients were not being re-engaged in care via local clinic outreach methods. This SPNS Demonstration Model on State
- Guide examines an intervention focused on client re-engagement that employed intensive state/regional field outreach.
This intervention guide focuses on the linkage to care step of the continuum.
Manuals to assist agencies replicate Louisiana's SPNS Systems Linkages and Access to Care Initiative.
Insights on replicating strategies and lessons learned in the Massachusetts demonstration site of the HRSA SPNS Systems Linkages and Access to Care Initiative.
Insights on replicating the strategy and lessons learned from the four interventions in NC‐LINK, a demonstration site under the HRSA SPNS Systems Linkages and Access to Care Initiative.
Virginia, one of the demonstration states of the HRSA SPNS Systems Linkages and Access to Care Initiative, developed manuals to support linkages to HIV care.
Insights from the Wisconsin demonstration site of the HRSA SPNS Systems Linkages and Access to Care Initiative to increase the number of people with HIV engaged in care by creating a “system of linkages” along the HIV continuum of care.