Recovery Support Services Along the Continuum of Substance Use and HIV Treatment

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This course is designed to help participants understand the Recovery Support Services available for people with HIV (PWH) and co-occurring substance use disorders (SUDs). Identifying appropriate supports to enhance an individual’s health within and outside of the context of formal treatment services is an essential component of maintaining a focus on recovery. This training offers information and interactive activities to help integrate effective Recovery Support Services at different stages along a continuum of care to improve patient retention and engagement.

Learning Objectives

  • Specify three examples of activities that build Recovery Capital.
  • Identify two evidence-supported treatment interventions to enhance recovery for PWH and SUDs.
  • Explain two factors that contribute to reduced treatment adherence among PWH and SUD.
  • Propose two services or resources to enhance engagement across the recovery continuum.
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