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Objective: Persons with mental illness have higher HIV infection rates than the general population. Little is known about whether care systems for this population are effectively participating in global efforts to end AIDS as a public health threat. This study examined treatment-as-usual HIV risk reduction services within public mental health settings. Methods: The authors interviewed 641 sexually active adults attending eight public psychiatric clinics in Rio de Janeiro about participation indoi:10.7916/d8-ypr5-yb74 fatcat:mu2p6cqj5zct7brwrlhjndc7vm