Many people living with HIV use illicit drugs and require treatment for both HIV and drug
use, however, many barriers exist which prevent integration of dual care services. This study
will develop a novel intervention aimed at the provider-level which will combine an
evidence-based training model with use of mobile technology to improve care coordination
between providers at HIV clinics and substance use treatment facilities. If proven effective,
this intervention may be widely disseminated and easily implemented into existing clinic
structures, thereby improving care coordination among providers and linkage to dual treatment
for HIV-infected people who use drugs.