- Ground Your Work in the Community.
Develop partnerships with trans people and organizations to create and grow programs, services and research with, by, and for trans people. Community involvement ensures acceptability, appropriateness, and relevance of your interventions, programs and services to the trans people.
- Race & Ethnicity: One Size Does Not Fit All.
Interventions and programs are most effective when they incorporate racial and ethnic issues that contribute to HIV risk and issues of stigma and discrimination that are specific to trans people.
- Utilize Multidisciplinary Approaches to HIV Prevention.
Educate and provide services and care through a broader context of health and wellness. Consider approaches that focus not only on the individual, but also on families, social networks, schools
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Source: Center of Excellence for Transgender Health’s Website