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1 The Center for Engaging Black MSM Across the Care Continuum k USCA 2015 September,

2 Omoro Omoighe, Associate Director, Center for Engaging Black MSM Across the Care Continuum (CEBACC), Health Equity/Health Care Access, NASTAD HRSA/HAB TA Workshop USCA 2015 September 11, 2015

3 Objectives Purpose and Project Overview Care Model Compendium Training for Clinical and Social Providers

4 Estimated HIV Incidence in the United States Black Americans % of the US population/ comprise 23% of new infections *HIV and the Black Community: Do #Black (Gay) Lives Matter? AmFar Issue Brief - February 2015

5 U.S. Public Health Response and Addressing Social Determinants of Health Lancelet, July 2013 A systematic review of HIV interventions for black men who have sex with men (MSM) 12 completed studies of interventions for black MSM 8 out of 12 interventions aimed to reduce HIV risky behaviors among Black MSM patients 4 studies focused on care interventions for Black MSM living with HIV Many Men, Many Voices 3 MV - Behavioral Modifications - 3MV uses small group education and interaction to increase knowledge and change attitudes and behaviors related to HIV/STD risk among black MSM. Singular Approach

6 CEBACC

7 Center for Engaging Black MSM Across the Care Continuum (CEBACC)

8 Patient/Provider Relationship Bi directional opportunities to address the communication gap Black MSM patients and health care providers must be willing to educate and inform one another Successful care engagement is a partnership!

9 Behavioral Clinical Community Advisory Panel Clinicians Researchers Policy Experts NOT PICTURED Dr. Leo Moore; Dr. Quintin Robinson; Leandro Mena; Elijah Robinson; Daniel Driffin; Greg Millett; Kali Lindsay

10 BCCAP Care Model Rating Tool

11 Care Model Inventory Care Model Institution Funded Budget Funder CRUSH (Alameda County, CA) Academic/CBOs $1,000,000 California HIV/AIDS Research Project/UCSF (State) Connect to Protect/SMILE (Memphis, TN) CBOs/Hospitals/Local Health Department $300,000 Health/NICHD ATN (Federal) Howard Brown/Broadway Youth Center (Chicago, IL) ASO $500,000 HRSA Ryan White Part D (Federal)/ Project Silk (Pittsburgh, PA) Academic/CBO $467,000 CDC (Federal) Linkage To Care (L2C) (Indianapolis, IN) ASO $400,000 AIDS United (Federal) Us Helping Us Ties that Bond CDC (Federal) (Washington, DC) CBO $300,000 Retention Through Enhanced Personal Contact (REPC) ASO/CBO (multisite) $241,565 CDC/HRSA (Federal) CLEAR Program (Norfolk, VA) $83,000 Project Healthy Living: ManDate (Washington, DC) Local host house (varies) $60,000 DC DOH HAHSTA, Gilead AIDS Foundation Chicago HIV-VIP Program (Chicago, IL) NGO $14,500 CDC (Federal)

12 What s Working? Characteristics of selected care models Care is client centered and client driven Assets based vs. Deficits based Promise for maximum utilization by Black MSM Program design addresses health systems/targets multiple stakeholders Significant impact on HIV care across one or more strata of the care cascade, including prevention Program is currently ongoing.

13 Connecting Resources for Urban Sexual Health (CRUSH) Aim 1: Test & link >400 young MSM of color to sexual health services Expand referrals to include high risk HIV- Engagement of ASO and non ASO partners Youth outreach corps: staff assigned at all three partners Social network testing: RYSE, HEPPAC, AHS, EBAC Aim 2: Enhance & evaluate engagement & retention strategies for young HIV+ MSM of color Outreach & engagement to identify out of care HIV + youth Peer mentoring for newly diagnosed/out of care youth Optimize current HIV care & treatment services at DYC Clinical case management/psychosocial support for program staff

14 Connecting Resources for Urban Sexual Health (CRUSH) Aim 1: Testing and Linkage Downtown Youth Clinic (DYC)* Existing model/services Social network HIV testing and linkage Existing clinical organizations serving youth Continuing referrals Community engagement with new partners Youth corps, embedded outreach and testing coordinators Internet outreach HIV Positive Aim 2: Enhanced HIV Primary Care for Youth DYC + Enhancements Assisted disclosure and warm handoff Existing services* Peer mentoring Linkage/Retention specialist Staff support CRUSH Intake Triage seroconversion HIV Negative Aim 3: Sexual Health Services for High- Risk HIV Negative Youth Sexual Health Services for HIV Negatives: Warm handoff to prevention case manager Repeat testing (HIV, STI) every 3-6 months PrEP npep Risk reduction counseling Youth focused and youth run workshops*

15 CRUSH Connecting Resources for Urban Sexual Health

16 CEBACC Key Concepts Intersectionality Black, gay, male, youth e.g. Kaiser Speakout 25 under 25 Campaign Community Engagement - Designed closely with the target population e.g. CRUSH Innovations + Refreshing Traditional Strategies - recreational space AND affiliation with medical clinic, support and counseling groups: Project Silk, Us Helping Us - Ties that Bond

17 CEBACC CME/CNU Development 1. Describe health care challenges for black MSM 2. Address misinformation, knowledge gaps, and ignorance among provider communities 3. Develop skills in offering high quality and nuanced culturally appropriate sexual health services

18 CEBACC National Partners *Prochilo Health

19 CME/CNU Development Dr. David Malebranche STD/STI Screenings Dr. Leo Moore Sexual Health Intake History Dr. Quintin Robinson Vaccinations

20 CME/CNU Development Dr. Theodore Hodge PrEP Access and Uptake Dr. Lisa Hightow Weidman Linkage to Care Dr. Ayana Elliott Transgender Healthcare

21 Thank you! Q & A Omoro Omoighe,

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