Global HIV EBPs

Community-based Directly Observed Therapy (C-DOT) Program

HIV+ adults starting or who recently started HAART

Directly observed therapy to increase adherence to highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART)

Entre Nous Jeunes

Youth and young adults ages 10 - 25

A peer educator program to reduce STI/HIV and unintended pregnancies

HIV/AIDS Warriors Program

Soldiers and other at-risk populations

A five-session HIV risk reduction program with monthly booster sessions

Intervention with Microfinance for AIDS and Gender Equity (IMAGE)

Impoverished women

A ten-session gender and HIV training curriculum augmented by a microfinance program

mDOT Program: For Individuals Receiving Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART)

HIV+ adults starting or who recently started HAART

Peer-provided directly observed therapy and support to increase adherence to highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART)

Mujer Segura, Healthy Woman

Female sex workers ages 18+

A single session program to increase use of condoms

A Peer Education Program for Taxicab/Tricycle Drivers and Other Bridge Populations

Transportation industry workers, other bridge populations

A peer educator program to reduce sexual risk behaviors among members of bridge populations who are at risk of spreading STIs/HIV

Voluntary Counseling and Testing for Female Sex Workers (VCT Program)

Female sex workers ages 18+

Pre-test counseling, STI/HIV testing, and post-test counseling

HIV EBPs for US Youth

A Clinic-Based AIDS Education Program for Female Adolescents

Sexually active girls ages 13 - 21

A single-session group interventionon the transmission and prevention of HIV/AIDS

ABAN AYA Youth Project: 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade

Youths in grades 5 - 8

An Afrocentric social development curriculum deliveredover a four-year period

Adolescents Living Safely: AIDS Awareness, Attitudes and Actions

Runaway youths 11 - 18 years

20 small group discussion sessions with case management and private counseling

Adolescents Living Safely: AIDS Awareness, Attitudes and Actions for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Teens

LGBT youth ages 14 - 19

Provides education, social and medical services, and peer support through case management, comprehensive health care, and risk assessment counseling with small group discussion sessions

AIDS Prevention for Adolescents in School

High school students

A six-session programto improve knowledge, beliefs, self-efficacy, and risk behaviors concerning HIV/AIDS

AIDS Risk Reduction Education and Skills Training Program (ARREST)

Teens ages 12 - 16

A three-session small group program on reducing adolescent health-risk behaviors

AIDS Risk Reduction for College Students

College students

Three sessions with information, motivation, and behavioral strategies for AIDS risk reduction

ASSESS for Adolescent Risk Reduction

Adolescents ages 12 - 15

Provides tools to enhance risk-reduction communication from health care providers


Youth ages 13 - 18

A five-module online HIV prevention program

FOCUS: Preventing Sexually Transmitted Infections and Unwanted Pregnancies among Young Women

Young women ages 16 - 22

A four-session group intervention addressing prevention of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unintended pregnancies

HORIZONS: STI/HIV Sexual Risk Reduction Intervention for African American Girls

AA adolescent girls seeking sexual health services

A two-session STI/HIV sexual risk reduction program for small groups

Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills HIV Prevention Program (IMB)

High school students

A four-session classroom intervention to reduce high school students’ risk of HIV infection

Keepin’ It R.E.A.L.! A Mother-Adolescent HIV Prevention Program

Adolescents ages 11 - 14 and their mothers

A seven-session social-cognitive HIV prevention intervention