The aim of the toolkit on Implementing Integrated Care Models for People Who Inject Drugs is to provide information on core recommendations and guidelines on how HIV, HCV and TB prevention and treatment activities could be integrated and combined with harm reduction measures to be effectively included in the work of different organizations with people who inject drugs. It includes examples of models of care and good practices as well as references to relevant international guidelines.
The toolkit is not a new guideline, but rather a practical tool for specialists to help them to find the most suitable strategy for integrating care on national and local level. We hope that this material will be helpful to wider audience of specialists and organizations working with people who are or have been injecting drug users and who should receive good quality care and support they need.
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