September 12, 2015
This post originally appeared on TARGET center
“During his recovery, the participant relapsed and lost his job and voucher.”
Even out of context, this sentence—from a poster session at USCA2015—probably sounds very familiar to HIV care agencies. It also crytallizes a theme found in many Day Two sessions at USCA, that being: making further and notable changes in HIV care and prevention is going to require everyone to do an things differently. Agencies need to explore new ways to tackle complex health and service needs. And the focus needs to be on the very hardest to reach clients.