Documenting best practices for maintaining access to HIV prevention, care and treatment in an era of shifting immigration policy and discourse

Changes in the United States federal-level political landscape have been felt within immigrant communities, and the public health clinics that serve them. We sought to document how HIV prevention and care clinics in California are reaching and retaining their immigrant community patients during a period of retrenchment of accessible public resources and immigrant rights. Paper available at:

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