This fact sheet for teens provides facts about HIV. It describes short- and long-term effects, lists signs of use, and helps dispel common myths. It also can be used by prevention professionals, educators, health care providers, and others who come in contact with teens on a regular basis.
This fact sheet for teens provides facts about HIV. It includes information about how the virus is spread and how to prevent transmission and answers common questions. It can be used by prevention professionals, educators, health care providers, and others who come in contact with teens.
The report highlights the need for HIV treatment providers to address behavioral health concerns with HIV. The report urges providers to start with screening for mental health and substance use disorders, and offers strategies for providers to implement screening practices.
This guide provides information for African American consumers on the link between HIV/AIDS and substance use. It explains the increased risk of HIV transmission and the importance of treatment for alcohol and substance misuse and HIV/AIDS.
This brochure promotes awareness and prevention of HIV/AIDS among people living with substance use disorders. It explains the link between substance misuse and HIV/AIDS, underlines the importance of treatment, and offers a list of resources.
This fact sheet highlights the extent of hepatitis C (HCV) and HIV among American Indians and Alaska Natives. It reviews the risk factors, symptoms, and treatment options for each condition, as well as describes who should get tested for HCV and HIV, and how often.
This brochure promotes awareness and prevention of HIV/AIDS among people living with a substance use disorders. It explains how substances and alcohol are linked to HIV/AIDS, the importance of treatment for substance use and HIV/AIDS, and offers a list of resources.
This fact sheet offers self-help tips for coping after a traumatic event. It discusses the long-term impact of trauma, including personal uncertainties, family relationship changes, work disruptions, and financial concerns.
This manual helps clinicians improve care for people living with HIV/AIDS and substance use disorder conditions. It discusses prevention, assessment, and treatment of HIV/AIDS. The manual also examines mental illness, integrated services, case management, counseling, ethical and legal issues, and funding sources.
Written in Chinese, explains the increased risk of HIV transmission among people who abuse drugs or alcohol, stresses the importance of seeking treatment for both substance abuse and HIV/AIDS; and encourages people to seek support. Lists additional resources.
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