- Develop high-risk assessment tool such as a questionnaire, survey, or billboard to help people to identify their high-risk behaviors. Use the tool to encourage individuals to seek treatment.
- Advertise PrEP in “hook-up” apps in pop-up ads and in social media apps.
- Advertise PrEP on billboards in high-visibility areas for high-risk individuals.
- Develop slogans.
- Create a questionnaire/assessment to assess the client’s history of trauma so that they can receive “trauma-informed care”; the assessment is to be completed by all individuals (e.g., case managers) who have contact with patients for HIV care and PrEP.
- Use case managers for clients receiving PrEP to help guide the process, help with challenges, and remind clients about tests and medication.
- PrEP navigators will help clients to access coverage in their insurance policies.
Provide access to PrEP to high-risk individuals to keep them HIV negative
High Priority and Disruptively Innovative
Accredited universities/colleges social work departments (including LeMoyne Owen College), All agencies that fund PrEP Navigator, All mental & behavioral health agencies, All providers of PrEP, Baptist School of Nursing, Cherokee Health, Christ Community, Gilead, Health insurance agencies , Memphis Health Center, SCHD, Spirit Health, Syringe providers, The Corner
Potential Funding Sources
Estimated Funding Allocation
- Advertisement- $10,000
- Development of Resource Tool: $5,000
(Reported annually, locally monitored more frequently)
- # of completed questionnaire and results
- # of Social media campaigns for PrEP and HIV prevention
Monitoring Data Source
- Tennessee Department of Health
- Shelby County Health Department
- Agency Social Work Departments