Abstract

This article describes the Village AIDS Day Treatment Program, a program for people living with HIV/AIDS that provides health care by using a full range of interdependent services. Opened in 1988, this program was the first of its kind in the country. It has provided leadership in developing a model of care that addresses the full spectrum of health care—promotion, prevention, maintenance, and treatment. Along with describing the program and its services, this article includes the program’s history and its influencing philosophies.

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