MStyle aims to implement behavior change approaches for men who have sex with men (MSM) that emphasize and promote risk reduction and safe sexual practices and to increase MSM access to health information, products, and services. Peer Facilitators provide sexual health and risk reduction education to visible and discrete MSM in areas where they socialize and find sexual partners. These facilitators provide referral slips for HIV and STI check-ups and treatment. The MStyle program also aims to increase the capacity of CSSD's staff, partners, and stakeholders in order to build a supportive environment for MSM sexual health. One key aspect of the program is the drop-in center, located next door to the CSSD office. The center is used for special events, meetings, educational workshops, HIV testing, and as a safe and relaxing space for clients to relax, exercise, use the internet, or socialize in. The MStyle prevention and care program was introduced in October 2008 by FHI 360 and its partners.