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Sustainable HIV Risk Reduction Strategies for Probationers

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Sustainable HIV Risk Reduction Strategies for Probationers

The purpose of the Texas Christian University (TCU) Disease Risk Reduction (DRR2) Project is to develop and test a self-administered tablet computer app, StaySafe, for probationers under community supervision that is designed to improve decision-making skills around health risk behaviors, especially involving HIV and hepatitis B & C risks. StaySafe utilizes materials and concepts adapted from an earlier, group-based curriculum, WaySafe, designed to increase positive decision-making skills for offenders in the last phase of their prison-based substance abuse treatment before transitioning back to the community.

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Behavioral - StaySafe

StaySafe is a self-administered tablet computer app designed to improve decision-making around health risk behaviors.

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Sustainable HIV Risk Reduction Strategies for Criminal Justice (CJ) Systems

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NCT02777086

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