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Gain community support and buy-in through both traditional and innovative engagement strategies.

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In 2013, the Damien Center collaborated with a network of local partner agencies, including Brothers United. to develop and implement L2C, a linkage-to-care program focused on re-engaging high-need clients into HIV medical care and supportive services. Over the course of this 3-year pilot program, 187 patients re–engaged in care, and 70% of clients achieved an undetectable viral load within the first 6 months of their participation in the L2C program. During this webinar, presenters share strategies for identifying potential clients, engaging community partners, and creating buy-in among high-need clients.

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Brothers United / The Damien Center

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Terrell Parker

Program Manager

(317) 200-3658

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