- The Public Health Approach to Preventing Violent Crime* Public Health Degrees website featuring: What Are the Effects of Community Violence on Public Health? Community Violence and Childhood Trauma; Violent Crime in Marginalized Communities; Public Health and Violence Prevention; and Resources on Violence Prevention.
- Raising Awareness about HIV in College and Supporting College Students with HIV* Featuring; Statistics about young people in the US, who are living with HIV and AIDS; HIV College Students’ Challenges and Rights; Scholarships and grants for students with HIV and AIDS; List of HIV Resources, Organizations & Advocacy Groups; and more.
- How to Qualify for Social Security Disability With HIV/AIDS If you have a medical condition, such as HIV or AIDS, that keeps you from working, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) oversees two disability programs that provide monthly benefits to those who are disabled or have a serious and can no longer work full time. The SSA uses a medical guide, which is called the Blue Book, to determine eligibility. The Blue Book has a listing that applies to HIV/AIDS. To be approve with that listing, you must meet the specific criteria.
- Other Social Security Administration Resources
- Fact Sheet: Blacks living with Diagnosed HIV Infection in Miami-Dade County, 2019 (Florida Department of Health)
- Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U) Strategic Toolkit (January 2019) The U=U Strategic Toolkit was designed to help build the capacity and skills of in-country staff to promote the U=U campaign and supporting messages. The toolkit can be used by anyone interested in delivering accurate information about U=U. There are, however, specific resources that consider the unique roles and context of community members, civil society organizations (CSOs), health care providers, faith-based organizations (FBOs), and leaders across sectors.
- Domestic Violence Prevention* For immediate help, call the Hotline: 800-799-7233 or 800-787-3224 (TTY)
- Videos on HIV Specifically for People Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
- National HIV/AIDS Strategies (2010-2020) (January 2021)*
- HIV Treatment as Prevention (CDC.gov)* A person with HIV who takes HIV medicine as prescribed and gets and stays virally suppressed or undetectable can stay healthy and has effectively no risk of sexually transmitting HIV to HIV-negative partners.
- HIV Drug Interactions Website* Select or enter the ARV then scroll down and select or enter a client’s co-medications then scroll down to “Drug Interactions” to see if anything is listed as Do Not Coadminister, Potential Interaction, Potential Weak Interaction, or No Interaction Expected.
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