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Justice - Stress. Justice - Stress Auto Remix. Justice - Stress Live Version. Justice - Genesis. Justice - Valentine. The conference seeks proposals that address prevention services for people injecting drugs and developing local plans to coordinate prevention, rehabilitation and treatment services. PrEP is an important piece to End the Epidemic. Program implementation is an important skill to ensure successful PrEP navigation and Client services.

Intentionally demonstrate and offer culturally responsive approaches to engage, navigate and retain vulnerable populations on PrEP. The track will focus on community-based experiences of PrEP engagement, navigation and retention. This track will focus on what it means to live with HIV in America. PLWH are not a monolithic community and should not be treated like they are all the same.

Stigma will be a major focus. This track will also cover aging, empowerment, self-determination, the criminal justice system, advocacy, and building a PLWH movement. The main focus will be for consumers; however, the conference also hopes to have a dialogue between providers and people living with the virus. This track will focus on city, county, state and federal policies.


It will examine policies that impact HIV prevention, healthcare, treatment, housing, research, and syringe exchange. It will look at federal programs like. What are the advocacy strategies to stop the criminalization of HIV transmission, increase state and federal appropriations, fund HIV research, prevention, healthcare, and to end the epidemic?

This track focuses on the needs of transgender and gender nonconforming people and their lived experiences. Workshops will focus on ways organizations can include gender-affirming care to transgender and gender nonconforming people.

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Specific subjects include decriminalization, PrEP for transwomen and transmen, and systematic approaches for transwomen of color. Special sessions will focus on specific populations under the transgender umbrella, particularly in the South. Trauma Informed Care TIC is an organizational structure and treatment framework that involves understanding, recognizing, and responding to the effects of all types of trauma. TIC also emphasizes physical, psychological and emotional safety for both consumers and providers, and helps survivors rebuild a sense of control and empowerment.

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HIV, racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia and xenophobia are all possible causes of trauma. What are the opportunities, challenges and innovations in HIV prevention, treatment, housing, and healthcare? What are the effective trauma-informed care and HIV-related violence prevention programs?