SPNS Resource Directory

The Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) Program supports the development of innovative models of HIV care. The goal is to improve service delivery and health outcomes for people with HIV getting care from HRSA's Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP). SPNS funds demonstration projects to test models over multiple years. SPNS evaluates the design, implementation, utilization, cost, and health-related outcomes of treatment models. Models that work are then promoted for dissemination and replication by other agencies.

This page lists resources available on TargetHIV that were derived from HRSA's SPNS program. Some resources were informed by multiple SPNS initiatives so are listed multiple times.

2iS - Implementation Science & Innovative Interventions

Assessing Evidence-Informed Approaches for Improving Outcomes

Behavioral Health Interventions among Black MSM

Capacity Building in the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program to Support Innovative Program Model Replication

Community Health Workers for Retention in HIV Care

Corrections Demonstration Project (CDP)

Emerging Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes for People Aging with HIV

Employment and Housing Service Coordination

EnhanceLink - Access to Care from Jail Settings

HCV Cure: PLWH of Color and SUD

HIV Positive Substance Users

Housing Data Integration

Oral Health

Primary Care HIV Prevention Interventions with PLWH

Rapid ART Dissemination Assistance Provider

Social Media for Engagement and Retention

Systems Linkages

Telehealth Strategies to Maximize HIV Care

Testing Evidence-Informed Approaches for Improving Outcomes (E2i)

Women of Color Initiative

Best Practices Compilation

Discover both emerging and established approaches--evaluated in RWHAP settings--to improve HIV care, engagement, and health outcomes.