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#NHAAD is Monday, September 18. Join a Department of Housing and Urban Development webinar on housing, HIV and aging.
Recent drug use along with unstable housing increased the risk of acquiring HCV again.
Highlights from three decades of Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA). Plus the new “Reset, Renew, Recharge” initiative.
A gay man who has struggled with addiction and is living with HIV, Matt Dorsey won the race for San Francisco District 6 supervisor.
Federal HOPWA funding to Jerusalem House will be slashed by 44%. But Atlanta’s mayor signals support for bolstering HIV housing.
Plus: Project Transitions, a central Texas nonprofit, lists six benefits to building supporting housing for people with HIV.
Transgender women have the highest rate of HIV in the country, and new data shows which ones are most vulnerable to poor outcomes.
The always-resilient HIV community will face head-on whatever future challenges come its way.
AIDS United praises the White House for funding a PrEP program and the initiative to end HIV but notes where “there is still work to do.”
The Senate released appropriation bills that cover funding for several HIV programs. Here are the big wins and concerns.
Unstable housing is also associated with a higher HIV viral load.
A new study measures HIV and LGBTQ health equity and finds that HIV care providers are key health leaders. [VIDEO]
A low-barrier HIV care program with access to multiple services in one place can help.
The federal HIV funding goes to 31 local housing programs and seven global data collection centers.
Maryum Gibson has been named president and CEO; Jerusalem House’s current leader, Charlie Frew, will soon retire.
The appropriations committee laid out increases in HIV funding for housing, syringe services, health care training and more.
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