All STEPS to Care Topics (A to Z)
Establish and monitor a program budget using the Budget Toolkit.
Care PlansLaunch topic
Understand the purpose of a Care Plan and how to use the Care Plan Form. Develop the skills for creating SMART goals with clients.
Care Team CoordinationLaunch topic
Create a strong and cohesive Care Team. Includes a video on care team communication strategies, guidance on scheduling meetings, and all necessary forms.
Client IntakeLaunch topic
Learn about the client intake process and take a training on best practices in client interviewing. Contains all forms required for intake and guidance on completing the forms using client interviews and chart reviews.
Establishing Policies and ProtocolsLaunch topic
Find guidance and resources for establishing program policies and protocols that work for staff and clients.
HIV Self-ManagementLaunch topic
Deliver HIV Self-Management education sessions to clients using the MySTCTools.org website and client workbook materials.
Patient NavigationLaunch topic
Access the forms necessary for documenting patient navigation sessions and guidance on how to complete them.
Preview Guide and FAQsLaunch topic
Program Directors, start planning your STEPS program here. Contains a list of frequently asked pre-implementation questions.
Scheduling Client MeetingsLaunch topic
Learn how to create and maintain complex client meeting schedules. Includes a video of practitioners discussing how they meet scheduling challenges.
Staffing and SupervisionLaunch topic
Learn about the unique nature of STEPS staffing and supervision. Includes role descriptions and desirable staff characteristics. Also contains job description downloads and videos on how to make staffing decisions and best practices in supervision.
STEPS StrategiesLaunch topic
Learn about the three STEPS strategies and how they work together to support clients living with HIV.
Working with Clients in the FieldLaunch topic
Learn the basics of working in the field. Contains 3 important trainings with related resources: client confidentiality, field safety, and relationship boundaries.