Starting with the principal that our friendships and support networks are essential to our wellness and well-being, THRIVE established “Undetectables Atlanta” – or UA – in what year? Today reaching more than 2,500 Black SGL, UA is a comprised of 13 subgroups, each organized around community network affinities. See the UA Curriculum to learn more about how to adapt the UA model into your community.
The Undetectables networks are private online safe spaces for people living with HIV (PLHIV), supplemented with 24-hour online support, resources, encouragement, etc. These groups also allow THRIVE staff to disseminate and share useful information, collect data and feedback and gage the concerns, trends and feelings within community. These networks enable staff to better assess the mix of services and resources members need most to remain engaged in their care, adhere to their treatment regiments, and reach and maintain viral suppression.