TEAM is a quarterly in-house peer-led treatment education program focusing on the successful management of HIV. TEAM provides a safe, supportive, and structured environment in which participants can learn and leverage their experiences for healthy futures. The TEAM curriculum is 10-hours, offered over the course of three days. The core components are in tune with the physical, medical, and emotional needs of HIV-positive individuals today.
Everyone can learn something from participating in TEAM. The curriculum is especially beneficial for newly diagnosed and long-term survivors. Participants should be HIV+, 18+, and able to attend all 3 sessions.
A sampling of the curriculum:
- What is HIV/AIDS?, HIV Statistics, HIV Lifecycle, Reading Lab Report, Effects of HIV on the Immune System, Opportunistic Infections
- HIV Testing, PrEP, HIV Medications, Medication Adherence, You and Your Doctor, Complementary Health Approaches
- Mental Health Considerations, Case Management, Healthy Living with HIV, STIs: Transmission, Prevention & Treatment
Repeats every week, on Wednesday 2 times.