During the House Ballroom Community (HBC), meeting participants will discuss the effects of sexually transmitted infections, including HIV and Hepatitis C, drug use and addiction, mental health, crime and incarceration, intimate partner violence, and many other disparities that impact our community. In addition, they will discuss the “how to” of advocacy, especially as we enter into a critical period in US politics with the midterm elections in November, and engage in conversations about high-impact programming that will improve the health and well-being of the LBGTQ community. Don’t miss the “Crystal Meth, Alcohol, Opioid Use Addiction, and HIV Risk” presentation with UCHAPS Program Manager, Kenya Hutton, at the upcoming HBC!
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Earlier Event: September 14Words Matter: How Eradicating Stigma Can Lead to the End of HIV/AIDS
Later Event: October 10Community Engagement and Leadership in the Local Response to HIV/AIDS