Clinical

Non-clinical

CDC Evidenced Based Trainings related to Hepatitis

  • Peers Reaching Out and Modeling Intervention Strategies (PROMISE): Peer advocates are recruited and trained from the target population, role model stories are written from interviews with the target population, and these stories are distributed along with other risk reduction materials to target audiences to help people move toward safer sex or risk reduction practices.
  • Holistic Health Recovery Program: a 12-session, manual-guided, group-level program for HIV-positive and HIV negative injection drug users from from Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry.
  • Modelo de Intervención Psicomédica: MIP is a holistic behavioral intervention for reducing high-risk behaviors for infection and transmission of HIV among intravenous drug users (IDUs). The intervention is theory-driven and intensive, combining individualized counseling and comprehensive case management over a 3-6-month period. The strategies of motivational counseling, self efficacy, and role induction are used.
  • Safety Counts: an HIV prevention intervention for out-of-treatment active injection and non-injection drug users aimed at reducing both high-risk drug use and sexual behaviors.
  • New Shield: In the Self-Help in Eliminating Life-threatening Diseases (SHIELD) model of HIV prevention peer educators are trained to be leaders within their social networks and communities.
  • Project Start: an individual-level, multi-session intervention for people being released from a correctional facility and returning to the community.