Performance Improvement 2011-2012. Are There Changes in Client Self-Reported HIV Risk Behaviors After Participating in the CDC funded “Many Men, Many Voices” Intervention by Community Based Organizations?


Many Men, Many Voices (3MV) is a 7-session group-level intervention program to prevent HIV and sexually transmitted diseases among black men who have sex with men (MSM) who may or may not identify themselves as gay.

The intervention addresses factors that influence the behavior of black MSM: cultural, social, and religious norms; interactions between HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases; sexual relationship dynamics; and the social influences that racism and homophobia have on HIV risk behaviors. 3MV sessions aim to foster positive self-identity, educate clients about their risk for HIV and sexually transmitted diseases, and teach assertiveness skills. Clients who participated in the evaluation of 3MV were from three CDC-funded community-based organizations.

Report Title: CBO Behavioral Outcomes: Many Men, Many Voices (CBOP-3MV) (PN1212) URL: Data analysis underway. Final report expected in Fall 2012

Agency Sponsor: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Federal Contact:  Renee Stein, 404-639-3517 or Gary Uhl 404-639-0950

Performer: Program Evaluation Branch
Record ID: 9581 (Report issued June 30, 2011)

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