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The adaptation guide : adapting HIV behavior change interventions for gay and bisexual Latino and black men
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    Foreword -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Adaptation Stage One: Selection -- Chapter 3. Adaptation Stage Two: Adaptation -- Appendices -- Resources -- References.

    This Guide provides basic information, resources and tools for adapting HIV behavior change interventions for gay and bisexual Latino and Black men. This Guide is for those who deliver HIV prevention interventions to gay and bisexual Latino and Black men.

    Throughout this Guide, we share two stories about adapting interventions. One story line is that of the Hope AIDS Project in Alabama, who just learned of a new funding opportunity to provide HIV prevention interventions in their state. They have a local university contact that will help them apply for the funding. The second story line is about Border Health Services in Texas. Tired of seeing young, gay Latino men getting infected, sick, and even dying from HIV and AIDS, they are applying for funding to make a real difference in these young men’s health and lives. In this Guide, you will learn how the Hope AIDS Project and the Border Health Services select and adapt an HIV behavior change intervention, and the impact this has on the men in their communities.


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