In the News:
The time has come for policy makers to recognize what public health professionals have known since the early days of the HIV crisis: syringe access programs (SAP) are low-cost, scientifically-sound, and are considered high-impact prevention in the fight against HIV and HCV transmission. Read the UCHAPS Call to Action!
HIV Trends Meeting Report & Presentations Available Online. The three day HIV Trends Think Tank meeting and workshop hosted in May 2015 was the first of its kind giving public health practitioners and thought-leaders from national HIV/AIDS organizations, states, and local urban health jurisdictions the opportunity to come together to engage, exchange experiences, and share HIV program expertise.