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Links/Resources

Native Resources
Bay Area Resources
National/Global
Needle Exchange and Harm Reduction Links

Native Resources

National Native American AIDS Prevention Center
Telephone: (720) 382-2244

Website: http://www.nnaapc.org
NNAAPC offers a variety of programs to help promote education about HIV/AIDS, support prevention efforts, and help foster healthy attitudes about sexuality and sexual health in the Native community.

Indian Health Services

Website: http://www.ihs.gov

Federal health program for American Indians and Alaska Natives.

National Council of Urban Indian Health

Website: http://www.ncuih.org

Devoted to support and develop quality accessible healthcare programs for all American Indian and Alaska Natives living in urban communities.

National Indian Health Board

Website: http://www.nihb.org

The NIHB advocates on behalf of all 562 federally-recognized Tribes in the development of national Indian health policy.

Native News

Telephone (907) 793-3500

Website: http://www.nativenews.net

National Native News covers the social, economic and cultural issues that affect every community, and helps radio listeners understand the interconnectedness between Native people and their non-Native neighbors.

SNAG Magazine

Website: http://www.myspace.com/snagmagazine

Urban Native-based magazine with art, essays, poetry and photos from young Natives across the Americas.
 

Bay Area Resources

UCSF AIDS Health Project (UCSF/AHP)
Telephone: (415) 476-3902

Website: http://www.ucsf-ahp.org/

Provides peer support groups and therapy for HIV-positive and HIV-negative individuals, and for couples.

National HIV Treatment Hotline – Project Inform

Telephone: (800) 822-7422

Website: www.projectinform.org/hotline/index.shtml

The Hotline has served tens of thousands of callers since 1985, staffed with HIV-positive individuals who help callers sort through issues that most people living with HIV face at some time in their lives.
 

Project Open Hand

Telephone: (415) 447-2300

Website: http://www.openhand.org

Delivers meals and groceries to people living with HIV/AIDS, seniors and critically ill persons under 60 years old.

Positive Resource Center

Telephone: (415) 777-0333

Website: http://www.positiveresource.org

Mission is to assist people affected by HIV/AIDS through culturally appropriate counseling, education and advocacy in making informed choices which maximize available benefits and employment opportunities.

Shanti

Telephone: (415) 674-4700

Website: http://www.shanti.org

Offer various resources and counseling to those living with HIV/AIDS, breast cancer and caregivers.

Stop AIDS Project

Telephone: (415) 575-0155

Website: http://www.stopaids.org

Nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing HIV transmission among all gay, bisexual, and transgendered men in San Francisco through multicultural, community-based organizing.

Tenderloin AIDS Resource Center

Telephone: (415) 431-7476

Website: http://www.tarcsf.org

Community Center that offers resources and counseling for HIV/AIDS and various other services.

San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Telephone: (800) 367-AIDS

Website: http://www.sfaf.org

Provides various services for those living with HIV/AIDS.

BLACK Coalition on AIDS, Inc.

Telephone: (415) 615-9945

Website: http://www.bcoa.org

Provides services through education and advocacy to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS in the black community.

Latino AIDS Services/Instituto Familiar de la Raza

Telephone: (415) 229-0500

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Provides HIV/AIDS services primarily for the Latino community.

Asian and Pacific Islander Wellness Center

Telephone: (415) 292-3400TTY: (415) 292-3410

Website: http://www.apiwellness.org

Provides health and HIV/STD information targeting the Asian and Pacific Islander community.

Bay Area Young Positives

Telephone: (415) 487-1616

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This project uses a staff of paid and volunteer youth to help support HIV positive youth 26 and under.

HIV InSite

Website: http://hivinsite.ucsf.edu

This comprehensive website from the University of California San Francisco offers information on the medical aspects of HIV/AIDS care and treatment, prevention, policy, and international issues.

St. Anthony Foundation

Telephone: (415) 241-2600

Website: http://www.stanthonysf.org

The St. Anthony Foundation not only provides space to share in a meal, but also for clothing, housing, and healing of both body and spirit.

Cannabis Patients' Cooperatives and Support Groups

Website: http://www.californiahomegrown.com/blog/?q=medpot

Contact information about Cannabis groups throughout California.

AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP)

Telephone: (415) 701-1100

Website: http://www.alrp.org

ALRP assists persons living with HIV or AIDS with legal matters.

AIDS Housing Alliance

Telephone: (415) 552-3242

Website: http://www.ahasf.orf

Independent and authentic voice for the needs of people with HIV/AIDS, founded and run by disabled people with HIV/AIDS.

AIDSHotline

Website: http://aidshotline.org

This website is California's HIV/STD referral database and features information on more than 1,300 organizations providing HIV/AIDS & STD services in the state.

HIV/AIDS Bureau of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

Website: http://hab.hrsa.gov

The HIV/AIDS Bureau of HRSA in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers a wealth of information on HIV/AIDS care and treatment.
 

National/Global

The Social Security and Disability Resource Center
Website: www.ssdrc.com/hiv.html

The Social Security and Disability Resource Center is an informational website that provides answers to questions about how to apply for disability, how to appeal a claim in the event of a denial, how to navigate the federal system, and how to avoid certain mistakes that are commonly made by applicants. The site’s author is a former disability examiner for the social security administration.

 

Global AIDS Program

Website: http://www.cdc.gov/globalaids

The CDC Global AIDS Program website provides information on CDC's global AIDS actitivities.

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS

Website: http://www.unaids.org

The UNAIDS website is helpful in understanding multi-lateral and international programming targeting the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project

Website: http://www.natap.org

Includes position papers on the latest treatments and therapies, information about HIV drug development, and comprehensive reports from conferences.

National Association of People with AIDS

Website: http://www.napwa.org

NAPWA is the oldest national AIDS organization in the United States and the oldest national network of people living with HIV/AIDS in the world.

HIV/AIDS Development Networks

Website: http://www.hdnet.org

Promotes information exchange on HIV/AIDS through electronic discussion forums and providing communication support to conferences.

Global Health Council

Website: http://www.globalhealth.org

Offers global news updates, newsletters, and a resource for exchange of best practices for HIV/AIDS and other international health issues.

Student Global AIDS Campaign

Website: http://www.fightglobalaids.org/

Committed to bringing an end to HIV and AIDS in the U.S. and around the world through education, informed advocacy, media work, and direct action.

Critical Path AIDS Project

Website: http://www.critpath.org

The Critical Path AIDS Project was founded by persons with AIDS to provide treatment, resource, and prevention information in wide-ranging levels of detail.

National Minority AIDS Health Council

Website: http://www.nmac.org

Develops leadership in communities of color to address the challenges of HIV/AIDS.

 

Needle Exchange and Harm Reduction Links

Harm Reduction Coalition

Website: http://www.harmreduction.org

The site includes information on harm reduction, educational materials, and information on U.S. drug policy.

North American Syringe Exchange Network

Website: http://www.nasen.org/

This webiste includes information on needle exchange programs throughout the United States.

California SEPs

Website:  http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/AIDS/Documents/SA-3-OverviewSEPsCA.pdf

Syringe Exchange Programs in California - an Overview from the California Department of Public Health.

UC San Francisco Center for AIDS Prevention Studies

Website: http://www.caps.ucsf.edu

Includes the "Does Needle Exchange Work?" fact sheet, available in English and Spanish.

Tweaker.org

Website: http://tweaker.org

This website contains information for gay and bisexual men who use methamphetamine.

Harm Reduction in the Health Care System

Website: http://www.temple.edu/lawschool/aidspolicy/

Aims to promote effective disease prevention and care among injection drug users by identifying the legal factors that influence their health.

Needle Exchange/Syringe Availability

Website: http://www.lindesmith.org/reducingharm/needleexchan/

This site by the Drug Policy Alliance features full-text articles, scientific reports, book chapters, statistics, and links to other organizations.

HelpStopAIDS

Website: http://www.helpstopaids.com

HelpStopAIDS is a project of the Drug Policy Alliance, funded by the California Endowment.