HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Archive
The HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Archive, funded by the National Institute of
Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is a collection of 22 effective prevention program replication
kits designed to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS. Risk behaviors addressed include sexual risk
behavior, drug injection use behaviors, STD/HIV infection rates, prenatal and perinatal
transmission risk behaviors, and several programs are designed for use with the HIV-positive
population. This resource is designed to assist prevention practitioners by: (1) identifying and
facilitating access to effective HIV/AIDS adult prevention programs, and (2) encouraging rigorous reevaluation of these programs. The programs were selected by a national advisory panel of leading scientists in the field of HIV/AIDS prevention.
All replication kits are designed to be comprehensive, user-friendly and visually appealing, and include a User's Guide, an Evaluation Assistance Kit, the original evaluation instrument (if available) and process evaluation instrument, as well as original program materials including facilitator's manuals, curriculum guides, games and masters for handouts. The complete sample program Real Men Are Safe is provided below.
Note: some materials used in the original intervention cannot be digitized, but are available for purchase from Sociometrics.
The REMAS intervention aims to prevent male substance abuse treatment attendees from engaging in unprotected sexual behaviors and sex under the influence of drugs or alcohol. During five 90-minute sessions, two male health counselors deliver the REMAS program which helps men to identify risky behaviors, promotes HIV prevention planning including correct condom use, motivates men to change their behaviors, and teaches participants strategies and skills through role play and practice.
This is a three-session behavioral intervention aimed at reducing HIV infection among African-American gay and bisexual men.
This is a single-session, one-hour intervention, designed to promote condom use.
The DUIT intervention teaches HIV and HCV negative injection drug users the importance of safer sex and risk-reduction in injection drug use. This program encourages behavior change by providing information, enhancing risk-reduction skills, and motivating behavior change through peer education training during six 2-hour sessions.
The FOCUS ON THE FUTURE intervention teaches young (18-29 year-old) heterosexual African American men recently diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection basic STI/HIV/AIDS and safer sex information. In addition, during this single hour-long session, the facilitator demonstrates correct condom use. Participants practice condom use skills and discuss condom negotiation skills and any questions, problems, or concerns they may have regarding safer sex. Participants receive vials of water-based lubricants and 12 or more condoms of their choice.
The HOLISTIC HEALTH RECOVERY PROGRAM FOR INJECTION DRUG USERS intervention teaches HIV-negative or status unknown injection drug users in drug abuse treatment programs harm reduction strategies, healthy behaviors, and how to improve their quality of life. In addition, during these 12 sessions, participants learn safer sex behaviors, are encouraged and provided with tools to reduce their drug use, and are given information on how to improve their medical, psychological and social functioning.
The HOLISTIC HEALTH RECOVERY PROGRAM FOR INJECTION DRUG USERS LIVING WITH HIV intervention teaches HIV-positive injection drug users in drug abuse treatment programs harm reduction strategies, healthy behaviors, and how to improve their quality of life. In addition, during these 12 sessions, participants learn safer sex behaviors, are encouraged and provided with tools to reduce drug use, and are given information on how to improve their medical, psychological and social functioning.
This program is a three-hour, single session, culturally appropriate intervention for use with homosexual and bisexual Pacific Islander and/or Asian men.
This is a four-session intervention designed for use with same-sex groups of adults with chronic mental illness.
The OPEN intervention is delivered in either one or two sessions to individuals recently diagnosed with an STI. A health educator promotes partner STI notification by working with the participant to develop a partner notification plan and practice notification through role play. During an optional second session, the health educator checks in with the participant four weeks later to discuss any progress made towards partner notification and barriers encountered.
This program is a needle exchange intervention designed for implementation in street settings.
This program aims to reduce HIV risk behaviors and increase life stability of women who were recently incarcerated. During 10 one-to-one sessions, a trained health specialist uses motivational interviewing techniques to empower and encourage women to identify and explore potential positive changes they can make in their lives.
This is a three session cognitive-behavioral intervention designed to reduce STD infections among Hispanic and African American women.
This program was designed for use in short-term in-patient drug treatment programs, and includes a two-session informational intervention and a six-session enhanced intervention that includes both informational and behavioral skills training.
The PROTECT & RESPECT PROGRAM aims to reduce the sexual transmission of HIV by decreasing high-risk behaviors among women living with HIV/AIDS. During the different sessions, participants learn HIV facts, HIV transmission information, how to identify personal risk behaviors, how to identify triggers to risk, problem solving tactics, contraceptive skills, assertive negotiation strategies, disclosure strategies, and goal setting.
This nine session program is a community-based intervention that seeks to reduce sex- and drug-related HIV risk factors in populations of injection drug and crack cocaine users.
A peer-led program to prevent HIV infection among African-American young adult women.
The SMART COUPLES intervention teaches serodiscordant couples (mixed HIV status) how to support the partner living with HIV/AIDS so that he or she can increase medication adherence. Through structured discussion, instructions provided by a nurse practitioner, and problem-solving and communication exercises, participants learn the importance of medical care adherence, how to increase their adherence in the future, and how to support each other with issues such as sex, intimacy, and transmission risk.
This program is designed to prevent intranasal heroin users from making the transition to injection drug use, and to prevent those who have used injection drugs in the past from returning to that mode of use.
The STRIVE Program aims to reduce risky distributive injection practices (e.g., syringe lending and unsafe drug preparation) among young injection drug users who are HCV positive during six 2-hour sessions led by two trained health advisors.
This program is designed to reduce HIV risk for injection drug users and their sexual partners.
A group intervention for African American women living with HIV designed to reduce HIV transmission.