HopeHealth, Inc. (HH), a federally qualified health center and AIDS Service Organization, provides high-quality healthcare services to the low income, underserved population of the Pee Dee region of South Carolina. The proposed project will focus on African American and Hispanic/Latina women (ages 18 or older), and their significant others, who are living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS and who have substance use or co-occurring substance use and mental disorders, in Florence, Bamberg, and Orangeburg counties, SC. HH will expand access to IPV screening, referral, and treatment services among 500 minority women and their partners. Measurable objectives include: 1) incorporating IPV screening via the Hurt, Insult, Threaten with harm, and Scream at them (HITS) tool into existing screening protocols, which includes those for substance use and mental disorders, trauma, HIV testing, and Hepatitis B/C testing; 2) training grantee staff on SAMHSA's Trauma-Informed Approach (TIA), domestic violence, and IPV to promote effective screening and education of women; 3) tracking and monitoring adherence to the National CLAS Standards (culturally and linguistically appropriate) when executing IPV screenings; 4) promoting familiarization of local IPV support services among grantee personnel; 5) incorporating safety planning into client visits, inclusive of follow-up monitoring to include referrals; 6) monitoring and evaluating IPV screening, implementation, and outcomes. Outcomes include: 1) improved quality of life for those affected by trauma; 2) increased independent living among those in shelters; 3) communities are better informed about trauma; and 4) increased knowledge and understanding in community of local available sources and partner organizations serving individuals experiencing trauma.