A community health center uses a mobile health unit to provide integrated substance use disorder (SUD) and HIV care and treatment for those suffering from housing instability. This low-barrier, mobile, integrated care model, supported by intensive case management and outreach, has made a significant impact on engagement, antiretroviral treatment (ART) initiation, and viral suppression.
- Describe three components to low-barrier, integrated HIV/SUD care in a mobile setting.
- Identify three key staffing roles necessary for providing integrated HIV and SUD care in a mobile setting.
- Describe two patients’ experiences accessing HIV and SUD treatment in this setting.