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HIV prevention is important in child and adolescent mental health settings because adolescents with psychiatric disorders are at increased risk of infection due to involvement in sexual risk activities and substance use. In addition, factors such as previous trauma, chaotic family situations, poverty, limited educational and employment opportunities, and lack of access to appropriate medical care can further increase risk. Although few programs have been designed specifically for adolescents with psychiatric disorders, effective prevention programs have been developed for adolescents in the community.

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