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Moldova Expands Harm Reduction Services to All Prisons

This video discusses how any new prisoner to the country’s 17 penitentiaries sees a psychiatrist, a doctor and if needed is offered to join a treatment programme. Comprehensive harm reduction services not only include drug dependence treatment but also needle syringe exchange and HIV testing and...

HIV and People in Prisons and Other Closed Settings

HIV and People in Prisons (PDF)

This factsheet discusses how it is estimated that on any given day, there are at around 11 million people in prison. Prisons and other closed settings have a high prevalence of HIV, hepatitis B and C and tuberculosis (TB) infections.

Leave no one behind and that includes people who use drugs

Harm Reduction Center West Africa HIV (Web)

This video discusses how Daouda Diouf comes daily to the Fann Hospital compound daily in Dakar, Senegal. He is one of 250 people enrolled in CEPIAD’s opioid substitution therapy programme (OST). OST is a globally recognized intervention to reduce injecting behaviors that put people who inject drugs...

Anti-Criminalization Strategies for Public Health

Anti-Criminalization Strategies for Public Health (PDF)

Anti-Criminalization for Public Health Strategies highlights strategies that health departments and other public health agencies serving people who use drugs, engage in sex work, or who otherwise face increased health risks by being marginalized and criminalized are utilizing to push back on...

Abolition vs. Reform for Public Health

Abolition Versus Reform (PDF)

Abolition vs. Reform explores the differences between abolition-focused and reform-focused anti-criminalization work in health departments and other public health agencies serving people who use drugs, engage in sex work, or who otherwise face increased health risks due to marginalization.  

EHE Plans and Websites

EHE Plans and Websites (Web)

To achieve the goal of reducing new HIV infections in the United States by 75% by 2025 and 90% by 2030, health departments and community partners are working collaboratively to develop and implement plans to End the HIV Epidemic (EHE). The planning process includes engagement of the community, HIV...

Oral Health for People With HIV

Oral Health for People with HIV (Web)

This webpage discusses how good oral health is an important part of managing HIV and your overall health. With the right treatment, your mouth can feel better. That is a big step toward living well with HIV.