HIV Prevention Toolkit
NNAAPC created the HIV Prevention Toolkit for Native Communities to help its participants better serve Native communities in the public health area of HIV/AIDS. With the toolkit, we hope to enhance your knowledge, skills, abilities, attitudes, and behaviors as they pertain to HIV/AIDS prevention among Native peoples. The toolkit is intended for program/project coordinators and managers, health educators, social and health service providers, and grant writers.
The HIV Prevention Toolkit for Native Communities is composed of six stand-alone modules. You can use individual modules to improve a specific area of your agency’s program, to learn more about a section of HIV/AIDS prevention, and/or to learn more about Native people and healthcare. As a set, the modules progress from basic concepts to more complex strategies for HIV/AIDS prevention. We encourage you to access the toolkit for your specific needs. In each module, you will find links to key terms, websites of health and Native-focused organizations, and other useful resources.