A five-session, small group intervention for men and women living with HIV/AIDS. It focuses on developing skills and building self-efficacy and positive expectations about new behaviors through modeling behaviors and practicing new skills.
Many Men, Many Voices (3MV)
A 7-session, group level intervention program to prevent HIV and sexually transmitted diseases among black men who have sex with men (MSM) who may or may not identify themselves as gay. The intervention addresses factors that influence the behaviors of black MSM.
The WiLLOW Intervention
A social-skills building and educational intervention for adult women living with HIV. It consists of 4 four-hour sessions which as delivered by two trained adult female facilitators, one of whom is a woman living with HIV.
Being HIV positive does not mean that you can never have physical contact with another person; however all future physical contact, especially sexual, must be approached with caution and responsibility.
You must inform anyone you have sex with of your HIV + status and use protection each time you have sex. We can provide you with education on how to practice safer sex and also provide you with condoms to protect yourself and others from HIV and other STDs.
An individual-level, client focused, HIV prevention intervention, consisting of two brief interactive counseling sessions Individual or Couples; HIV + or Discordant Couples Risk Reduction Counseling.
The SISTA project
A social-skills training intervention for Afircan American women. It is aimed at reducing HIV sexual risk behaviors and is comprised of five 2-hour sessions, delivered by peer facilitators in a community-based setting.