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Expertise on Public Health Strategies
Social Network Strategy (SNS)
The Social Network Strategy (SNS) is an evidence supported approach to recruiting high-risk people. SNS is based on the underlying principles that people in the same social network share the same risks and risk behaviors for HIV.

Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services (ARTAS)
This intervention is an individual-level, multi-session, time-limited intervention with the goal of linking recently diagnosed persons with HIV to medical care soon after receiving their positive test result.

Couples HIV Testing and Counseling (CHTC)
Couples HIV Testing and Counseling (CHTC) occurs when two or more persons who are inor are planning to be ina sexual relationship receive all elements of HIV testing and counseling together. This includes HIV prevention counseling, receipt of test results, and linkage to follow-up services.

Expertise on Behavioral Interventions
Choosing Life: Empowerment! Action! Results! (CLEAR)
This intervention is an evidence-based, health promotion intervention for males and females ages 16 and older living with HIV/AIDS or at high-risk for HIV. CLEAR is a client-centered program delivered one-on-one using cognitive behavioral techniques to change behavior.

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