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How to Meet the HIV Prevention Needs of Young Gay Men of Color?

December 1, 2013

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Seth Girod

Seth Girod

Evergreen Health Services, Buffalo, N.Y.

I think actually talking to them and finding out what they need. I think it's really easy to sit behind a desk and have stuff trickle down from the administration, but on top of doing the stuff that you're funded to do, it's really important to talk to your clients and build a relationship with them so they feel comfortable telling you what's really going in their life.

Twofold answer: talk to them; build a relationship; find out what they actually need; then tackle it the best way you can.




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