Purpose: The purpose of this study is to determine if a comprehensive intervention supporting seek-test-and-treat results in a significant reduction in the potential for HIV-infected prisoners to transmit their virus after release from prison.
Aim 2: Compare the effect of standard prison test-and-treat (sTNT) with the TNT-imPACT (imPACT) intervention on viral load 24 weeks following prison release.
Aim 3: Describe and model secondary outcomes, comparing them between sTNT and TNT-imPACT study arms. These outcomes include post-release HIV transmission risk behaviors, incident STIs, adherence to ART, medical care appointments, emergence of ART resistance mutations, and predicted HIV transmission events.
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