Brief jail stays and community supervision via probation and parole pose hardships for family members of HIV+ adults

Most people in the criminal justice system are not in prison, but rather cycle through jail and community supervision (low-level criminal justice involvement). Brief jail stays and community supervision via probation and parole pose hardships for family members of adults living with HIV in the system and were distinct from those hardships that arise during imprisonment. (M. Comfort, CAPS/PRC affiliate)

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