SAMHSA has published a new report detailing the need for behavioral health screenings and interventions in HIV-related settings and providing several strategies for implementing them.

The report highlights the prevalence of trauma, substance use, and other behavioral health concerns among patients with an HIV infection. It suggests ways in which a medical practice can feasibly incorporate behavioral healthcare to meet these needs, including how to maximize the productivity of staff, find efficiency while providing thorough care, and prepare organizational culture to support behavioral health outreach.

To read the full report, please visit the SAMHSA website.