HIV impacts all Americans. However, some populations are disproportionately affected. Hard-hit populations include gay and bisexual men, transgender populations, and African Americans and Hispanics/Latinos. Culturally responsive and patient-centered health care that considers social and cultural factors is an important element in HIV prevention and treatment, and for reducing health disparities within vulnerable communities.

The following resources can increase providers’ knowledge and capacity to engage clients by supporting access to quality, culturally relevant services.

NOTE: This table contains web links external to PCDC. Resources marked with * were authored by PCDC.

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