Archival Content: 1999-2005
United States Conference of Mayors
United States Conference of Mayors (USCM). HIV Prevention and Outreach Strategies. Washington (DC): USCM, Best Practices Center; June 2001.
What’s in this report?
This report was developed through the USCM’s HIV/AIDS Prevention Program, with funding from a CDC grant. It describes successful locally-based HIV prevention programs and strategies from 12 cities around the country. The report highlights the innovative ways these communities have improving HIV/AIDS prevention education and outreach efforts to hard-to-reach populations. It outlines programs in Boston (MA), Cedar Rapids (IA), Chicago (IL), Durham (NC), Houston (TX), Inglewood (NJ), Newport News (VA), San Francisco (CA), Seattle (WA), Trenton (NJ), Tulsa (OK), and Virginia Beach (VA).
The report contains a wealth of useful information, including details on:
How much does the report cost?
It is available free of charge from the USCM.
How can I get the report?
For more information about USCM’s HIV/AIDS Prevention initiative:
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