The study authors’ findings were consistent with past research that suggested that trans women, especially Black trans women, are disproportionately affected by HIV. Transgender women were more likely to be engaged in partner services than non-binary individuals, but racial and geographic gaps persisted. Black transgender adults were less likely to receive partner services (58% versus 74%) than their white counterparts. This is striking, considering that previous research showed that Black cisgender adults overall are more likely to engage receive and/or accept partner services than white cisgender people. The data also showed that people in the Midwest were 24% less likely to receive partner services than their peers in the Northeast.
At Wellness Axis we want to encourage habits of wellness, Increase awareness of factors and resources contributing to well-being, Inspire and empower individuals to take responsibility for their own health, and to support a sense of community. Wellness can be thought of as the quality or state of being in good health.