Drugs, Alcohol, and HIV/AIDS: A Consumer Guide for African Americans
Publication Year: 2007
This Consumer Guide discusses substance abuse and HIV/AIDS as they specifically impact the African American community. It is designed for substance abuse treatment counselors to use with or distribute to African American clients who may be involved in risk behaviors associated with HIV/AIDS. It explains the increased risk of HIV transmission among active substance users and stresses the importance of seeking treatment for both substance use and possible HIV-related health issues.
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National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information, SAMHSA, HHS
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Rockville MD 20847-2345
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