Provide Culturally Appropriate Care and Prevention Focus ARea


Providers and people who plan programs must create relationships with people and communities affected by HIV based on mutual respect and an understanding of cultural humility in practice. Community-guided planning and data that is inclusive of all population groups will support programs and interventions that are culturally appropriate and will help people find the right pathway to meet their health and wellness goals.

People of different ages and nationalities having fun togetherWe aspire to…

    • Increase equity in opportunities for Latino, Black, and White gay, bisexual and
      other men who have sex with men, Black women, and Transgender individuals to
      achieve positive health outcomes, especially viral suppression.
    • Increase the possible pathways through which people can achieve viral
  • Institutionalize consumer-centered healthcare and shared decision-making.

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