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Indiana State Department of Health

HIV/AIDS in Indiana > HIV Prevention > Prevention Programs By Region > REGION 5 PREVENTION PROGRAMS REGION 5 PREVENTION PROGRAMS

Counties Served: Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan, and Shelby

 

Brothers United


3737 North Meridian Street, Suite 505
Indianapolis, IN   46208
Phone:  317-931-0292            Fax:  317-931-0294


Funded Interventions:

Counseling, Testing and Referral Services (CTR) CTR funding calls for an individual level intervention which will ensure that HIV infected persons and persons at increased risk for HIV have access to HIV testing to promote early knowledge of their HIV status.

Comprehensive Risk Counseling and Services (CRCS):  The CRCS program will provide intensive, individualized, client-centered counseling for adopting and maintaining HIV risk-reduction behaviors for HIV+ individuals who continue high-risk behaviors, discordant couples, and HIV- individuals that engage in high-risk behaviors.

The behavioral intervention Many Men, Many Voices (3MV):  3MV is a seven session intervention for black men who have sex with men, addressing factors that influence their behaviors, such as culture, social and religious norms, sexual relationship dynamics, interactions between HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, and the social and psychological influences that racism and homophobia have on HIV risk behaviors.

  

Damien Center

26 North Arsenal Avenue
Indianapolis, IN   46201
Phone:  317-632-0123  extension: 275          Fax:  317-632-4362


Funded Interventions:

Counseling, Testing and Referral Services (CTR):  CTR funding calls for an individual level intervention which will ensure that HIV infected persons and persons at increased risk for HIV have access to HIV testing to promote early knowledge of their HIV status.

Comprehensive Risk Counseling and Services (CRCS):  The CRCS program will provide intensive, individualized, client-centered counseling for adopting and maintaining HIV risk-reduction behaviors for HIV+ individuals who continue high-risk behaviors, discordant couples, and HIV- individuals that engage in high-risk behaviors.

 

STEP-UP, Inc.

802 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN   46204  
 
Phone:  317-259-7013           Fax:  317-259-7034

Funded Intervention

Popular Opinion Leader (POL) is an intervention based on a program that identifies, trains, and enlists the help of key opinion leaders to change risky sexual norms and behaviors in the gay community. The program is based on diffusion of innovation/social influence principles, which states that trends and innovations are often initiated by a relatively small segment of opinion leaders in the population. Once innovations are visibly modeled and accepted, they then diffuse throughout a population, influencing others. 

Eskenazi Health Hospital

720 West Eskenazi Avenue  
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone:  317-880-7900

Eskenazi Blackburn Health Center

2700 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street 
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Phone:  317-931-4300

Funded Intervention

Expanded HIV Testing Services within a Healthcare Setting (EHTS):  EHTS funding calls for an individual level intervention which will ensure that HIV infected persons and persons at increased risk for HIV have access to HIV testing within routine healthcare to promote early knowledge of their HIV status

EHTS will be provided in the Emergency Department (ED) of Wishard Hospital and the Blackburn Health Center (BHC), both located in Indianapolis, IN

 

Indianapolis Urban League

777 Indiana Avenue  
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone:  317-693-7603               Fax:  317-693-7613

Funded Intervention

Special Populations Support Program (SPSP):   The program is designed to cover two complementary services: disease prevention and supportive care. The Special Populations Support Program strives to minimize the negative impact of chemical dependency on the health of persons at risk of HIV, or those already living with HIV, in a compassionate and non-judgmental environment, cost-free to the client.