This workshop will describe three site models, including protocols, resources, and tools for engaging and retaining people in care, achieving viral suppression, attaining stable housing, and gaining employment. Presenters will also share systems developed and implemented for internal and external partnerships with housing, employment, and other service providers.
- Describe interdisciplinary team models for providing care, treatment, housing, and employment services for people with HIV who are homeless/unstably housed and unemployed/underemployed.
- Obtain skills, resources and tools for providing HIV medical care, housing, and employment services for people with HIV.
- Learn to set up systems to make and complete referrals and share information across health, housing, and employment programs.
Part 2 of 3 of the SPNS Project Institute: Improving HIV Health Outcomes through the Coordination of Supportive Employment and Housing Services