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Peer Re-Engagement Project (PREP): PrePARando Pares para el Éxito: Capacitación para Competencias Básicas de los Pares, Un currículo para integrar a las personas con VIH al tratamiento

Curriculum in English Un currículo de capacitación de pares de cinco días para integrar a las personas con VIH que no reciben tratamiento, o que han sido diagnosticadas recientemente con VIH, al tratamiento. El propósito de este currículo es apoyar la capacitación de pares VIH positivos que tr [...]

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CHIP

The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a public benefits program exclusively for uninsured children whose family income is too high for Medicaid.

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CISWH Names Core Directors to Expand Research and Programming in Key Areas

The Dean of the Boston University School of Social Work (BUSSW) and Director of the Center for Innovation in Social Work & Health (CISWH), Dr. Jorge Delva, has named three inaugural core directors to guide the Center’s strategy and expand its impact on research, global health, and social work [...]

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New Resources Highlight Replicable Tips for HIV Programs

CISWH’s Dissemination and Evaluation Center (DEC) has released new project spotlights, which highlight core components of interventions focused on integrating buprenorphine treatment into HIV primary care, peer linkage and re-engagement for women of color, and jail transitional care coordinati [...]

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Information for Families

English | Español The Catalyst Center works primarily at the system and policy levels, which means we collaborate with researchers, agencies, government and other national and state partners to promote strategies for improving the health care system. Many organizations provide direct services and a [...]

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EPSDT

EPSDT is federally mandated benefit, for all children 0 to 21 enrolled in Medicaid.


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