Peer Navigation Program
What Are Peer Navigators?
Project Response’s Peer Navigators are staff who are living with HIV and are undetectable, and are experienced in the medical system.
How can peer navigators help you?
Peer navigators can help those who do and who do not qualify for case management. They provide aid in regards to linkage and referral, as well as navigating through the treatment process. They are an excellent source of moral support and guidance.
Who Can Receive Help from A Peer Navigator?
Peer Navigators are available to help those who are recently diagnosed with HIV by offering life experiences and guiding through the complex medical system. Peer Navigators are also available for those who have been living with HIV and are new to the area, or new to treatment, to help reach and maintain the goal of being undetectable.
How Do I Join The Peer Navigation Program?
If you are interested in peer services, contact Keith Tremain at (321) 724-1177 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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