Join UCHAPS and NACCHO for a discussion about improving drug user health though syringe service programs in urban and rural settings.Read More
Injection drug use presents an enormous HIV prevention challenge throughout the United States. Syringe access programs have proven to be an effective intervention in preventing disease and other health burdens by providing sterile syringes, sterile injection equipment, and education to people who inject drugs, steroids, and hormones.Read More
Utilizing HIV surveillance to improve public health and support continuum of care outcomes.
Transgender populations suffer from a disproportionately high rate of HIV. HIV prevention programs are often a gateway for transgender persons into social service and health care systems so it is critical that these are incorporated into the larger health and wellness initiativesRead More
Find out how UCHAPS is improving public health through community and government collaboration.Read More
Looking back on our cumulative accomplishments, it is with great confidence that UCHAPS continues to achieve its goals.Read More
The ultimate goal of the National HIV testing Week US is to make more people aware of their HIV status and reduce late diagnosis by communicating the benefits of HIV testing.Read More