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The timeframe ends with passage of the 1939 amendments to the Social Security Act and expanded governmental support for those in need. Attitudes of acceptance and support towards people with HIV/AIDS should be promoted. Community-based Services – offers preventive, rehabilitative and developmental programs and initiatives that mobilize/utilize the family and community to respond to a problem, need, issue or concern Again there were substantial differences across the countries.

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