...to the HIV Early Intervention Services (EIS) website, created for the HIV EIS workers of Georgia, part of a statewide system of HIV prevention, counseling and testing, and care.
National womens HIV/aids awareness day - March 10
Health care and the effects of trauma
safer sex skills building: A Manual for HIV/STD Safer Sex Skills Groups for Womein in Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
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Newport collaborates with clients
OGEECHEE NURSE BOOSTS TESTING
"I make testing part of the routine," says Sharon Jacobs. "I offer it with the other tests we regularly do. Like high blood pressure or diabetes, everyone needs to their their HIV status."
pathways nurse has learned to engage clients
"I try to ero in on a client's concerns and I want them to know that whatever they tell me is okay," says Connie Beardsley
mcintosh coordinator committed to hiv eis
"HIV EIS is the most meaningful part of my work; I'm passionate about it," says Kathy Calderon
Grads of Rapid HIV Testing and Prevention Counseling, Part 2 - January 2015
Grads of Rapid HIV Testing and Prevention Counseling, Part 1 - December 2014
Grads of Rapid HIV Testing & Prevention Counseling -,Part 1 - August, 2014
HIV EIS counselors, training team, and Imagine Hope staff at the Annual Meeting in May, 2014.
Caution: This website contains HIV/AIDS-related messages that may be considered controversial by some viewers.
Georgia's HIV Early Intervention Services Program is made possible by SAMHSA Block Grant funds set aside for the delivery of early intervention services for HIV. HIV Early Intervention Services is a program of the Division of Addictive Diseases Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities
and is managed by Imagine Hope, Inc.