AIA Lessons Learned

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AIA Lessons Learned

Since the establishment of the AIA program, AIA direct service projects have served biological, kinship, foster and adoptive families who care for drug and HIV-affected children. Services provided include case management; parenting education and support; developmental assessments; basic resource assistance; and drug treatment and recovery support. The resources in this section offer descriptions of and lessons learned from some of the AIA projects.