Applying 35 Years of HIV Work to the Substance Use Epidemic: Shared Experiences and Lessons Learned
This innovative two-day conference aims to bring together staff from clinical, public health, and community based Substance Use Disorder programs and HIV teams to focus on the current state of the opioid epidemic. The wrap-around services, intensive case management, human touch, compassion, and consumer activism in the HIV epidemic helped turn the tide, and many of the lessons from HIV models can be shared to decrease stigma, promote treatment, and support caregivers and providers.
Registration for this conference is currently at capacity. We will be maintaining a waiting list on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please email us at [email protected].
We are not able to accommodate walk-ins. All participants must be registered.
Topic(s): Clinical Program Management, Cultural Competence, HIV Continuum of Care, Step 1: Preventing New Infections, Pre-exposure Prophylaxis, Step 3: Connecting HIV-Infected People to Quality HIV Care, HIV Primary Care, Substance Use / Abuse, Stigma, Viral Hepatitis Coinfection
Event Type: Conferences & Events
Event Location: Massachusetts