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Archival Content: 1999-2005

HIV Prevention Among Drug Users:
A Resource Book for Community Planners & Program Managers


Part 5: Resources

There are many sources of materials and information related to HIV and drug use that can be helpful to Community Planning Groups and others involved in HIV prevention efforts. However, knowing what resources are available and how to access those resources can sometimes be challenging.

PART 5 is designed to help HIV prevention planners and program managers identify available information resources related to HIV and drug use. Specifically, PART 5 will:

  • provide descriptions of federal government agencies and selected national and state level nongovernmental organizations involved in HIV prevention among drug users;
  • provide information on the Community Epidemiology Work Group (discussed in PART 2) and the Supplement to HIV/AIDS Surveillance Project (discussed in PART 3); and
  • provide contact and ordering information for publications and organizations referenced in this document.

Please note that this part of the HPDU Resource Book is not intended to provide information directly related to getting technical assistance in the development, implementation, or evaluation of HIV prevention activities with drug users. Rather, it is a listing of information resources that can provide educational materials and documents in support of HIV prevention activities as they relate to HIV and drug use.

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