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Building Blocks to Peer Program Success: A Toolkit for Developing HIV Peer Programs
From the Boston University School of Social Work, Center for Innovation in Social Work & Health, this toolkit was produced as part of the Peer Education and Training Sites/Resource and Evaluation Center (PETS/REC) Initiative, which helps organizations plan and implement successful, sustainable peer programs. The purpose is to support organizations and communities who work with peers to effectively engage and retain PLWHA (people living with HIV/AIDS) in care and treatment. Organizations can review and select relevant sections based on their program’s needs and use the tools and resources available.
- Evidence Based Practice
- Integration of Peer Services
- Workforce Development