Peer Re-Engagement Project: Enhanced Peer Intervention Manual, Teaming with Peers to Engage and Retain Hard-to-Reach Populations in Care
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Peer Re-Engagement Project Enhanced Peer Intervention Manual, Teaming with Peers to Engage and Retain Hard-to-Reach Populations in Care: This manual describes the process created and refined to link and re-engage people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) of color in HIV primary care. It documents the intervention that was developed and implemented at three sites and provides a framework for future implementation of this model of an enhanced peer intervention. The appendices include sample work plan, job descriptions and other tools used in the intervention.
For an additional resource outlining considerations for starting or strengthening a peer program to engage and retain people living with HIV in care and treatment, see the PEER Center Project’s Building Blocks to Peer Program Success: A Toolkit for Developing HIV Peer Programs