Organization

HIV Prevention Justice Alliance

The HIV Prevention Justice Alliance is a national network of over 70 groups building a unified, effective movement for HIV prevention in the United States.

AIDS United

The mission of AIDS United is to end the AIDS epidemic in the United States. We will achieve this goal through national, regional and local policy/advocacy, strategic grantmaking, and organizational capacity building. With partners throughout the country, we will work to ensure that people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS have access to the prevention and care services they need and deserve.

Project UNSHACKLE

Project UNSHACKLE is building a powerful community-based movement at the complex intersection of HIV and mass imprisonment.

We are uniting people who are formerly imprisoned, HIV policy advocates, researchers, AIDS service providers, prison justice organizers, people with HIV and other community members, and organizers from allied movements.

Together we are working to address the ways that imprisonment makes our communities more vulnerable to HIV.

Insite

Since opening its doors in 2003, Insite has been a safe, health-focused place where people inject drugs and connect to health care services – from primary care to treat disease and infection, to addiction counselling and treatment. 

Insite is North America’s first legal supervised injection site. The BC Ministry of Health Services provides operational funding for Insite through Vancouver Coastal Health, which operates the facility.

Sydney Medically Supervised Injecting Centre

The Sydney Medically Supervised Injecting Centre (MSIC) recognises that drug addiction is a chronic, relapsing condition and that it is complex and difficult to treat. MSIC does not support or promote drug use; it simply acknowledges that it is a fact of life.

Stop Overdose Deaths

Information about Washington State's "911 Good Samaritan" Law Effective June 10, 2010.

Project Lazarus

Project Lazarus is a community-based drug overdose prevention program, serving Wilkes County and western North Carolina.

Voices of Community Activists & Leaders

Voices Of Community Activists & Leaders (VOCAL) is a statewide grassroots membership organization building power among low-income people who are living with and affected by HIV/AIDS drug use and incarceration, along with the organizations that serve us, to create healthy and just communities. They accomplish this through community organizing, leadership development, participatory research, public education and direct action.

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