Positive Pathways Recognized for its Effectiveness Addressing HIV/AIDS

“Washington, D.C., had, at the end of 2006, the highest incidence of HIV and AIDS in the country. In June 2015, NBC reported that the city’s rate of infection was down for the sixth year running. This because of HIV and AIDS programs like Positive Pathways, a collaborative initiative between the Washington AIDS Partnership and the Institute for Public Health Innovation. Positive Pathways is a peer-driven program in high-need communities, providing access to treatment and support for HIV-positive African-American people, focusing on women and their partners.”  See this article for a reference to IPHI and Positive Pathways in a look at effective HIV/AIDS programs in eight U.S. cities.