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Project HANDI (HIV AIDS Networking Disability Information)
Program name: Project HANDI (HIV AIDS Networking Disability Information)
Population served: Persons with HIV AIDS
Eligibility: Consumer counseling and staff awareness training
Region served: San Diego County, CA
Funding: Volunteers
Program started: 2004
Number of clients: Over 30 trainings per year
Contact: Kevin Collin
7729 Belden Street #189
San Diego, CA. 92111
Email: kdcollin@nethere.com
Website: None

Project HANDI is a both a lecture and group discussion seminar that enables people to understand people with disabilities. The leader informs people on how to feel comfortable greeting and working with people with disabilities and assists any professional with problems they might have working with a disabled person.

Project HANDI's educational service is a model effecting public policies and procedures in other agencies serving the disabled. Professionals in substance abuse, personal support groups, community outreach agencies can benefit by Project HANDI's guidance.

Project HANDI is not limited to issues surrounding HIV/AIDS. Hepatitis C virus infected people have some of the same risk factors as HIV infected people and face some of the same medical/psychological problems.

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