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Tag Archives: harm reduction

Drinking in Control

Drinking in Control

, by Emily Land

How are alcohol, sex, and HIV transmission related? Expert Sarah Woolf-King tells BETA what drinkers can do to stay on the ‘upward limb’ of enjoyable—and safer—alcohol use. Read More

Experts Discuss Drug Policy at IAS 2013

Experts Discuss Drug Policy at IAS 2013

, by Liz Highleyman

"It is time for drugs to be seen as health problem and not a criminal problem," says Michel Kazatchkine, UN Special Envoy on HIV/AIDS in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Read More

The Stonewall Project: A Milestone Year

The Stonewall Project: A Milestone Year

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Fifteen years ago, Stonewall created a welcoming and non-judgmental space for gay, bi, and trans men to address their alcohol and drug use. See what’s next for this unique harm reduction program. Read More

Expert Q&A: What is “Harm Reduction”?

Expert Q&A: What is “Harm Reduction”?

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Alcohol and other drugs fuel the HIV epidemic. A harm reduction approach to substance use treatment is helping to change that—changing lives with dignity. Read More

AIDS 2012: Meet Sarah

AIDS 2012: Meet Sarah

, by Reilly O'Neal

Sarah Casey works with DC group HIPS to reach some of the folks most affected by HIV: sex workers. See why she loves what she does. Read More