The Health Resources and Services Administration, HIV/AIDS Bureau’s Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) program provides funding and support to research projects around the country designed to investigate innovative ways to provide care and services to people living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS in underserved communities. SPNS enlisted Impact to create, disseminate, and promote tools and events that would help providers better replicate the best practices and research findings from the SPNS program’s many research initiatives. Impact created the Integrating HIV Innovative Practices (IHIP) project, which has helped hundreds of providers take tested SPNS innovation and turn it into practice.

The resources listed below were all created to support the widespread implementation of best practices for enhancing linkages to primary care and services in jail settings:

  • Training Manual

  • Curriculum

  • Pocket Guide

  • Webinar 1: HIV and Jails - A Public Health Opportunity

  • Webinar 2: How to Build and Expand a Jail Linkage Program

  • Webinar 3: Creating Partnerships and Navigating the ‘Culture of Corrections’

You can learn more about Impact’s role in creating the IHIP project by clicking on the Case Study link. A brief summary flyer of the IHIP project can also be downloaded by clicking on the SPNS Translation Project Flyer under Related Work.

See other IHIP resources including tools for training providers on the following topics by clicking the corresponding titles under Related Work:

  • Integrating Buprenorphine Therapy into HIV Primary Care Settings

  • Engaging Hard-to-Reach Populations in Primary Care

  • Enhancing Linkages to HIV Primary Care and Services in the Jail Settings

  • Innovations in Oral Health Care

  • Expanding Access to Hepatitis C Treatment (Coming Soon)