Housing Status and HIV Risk Behaviors: Implications for Prevention and Policy

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This paper examines housing as a contextual factor affecting drug and sexual risk behaviors among HIV positive people using pooled interview data from 2149 clients presenting for services at 16 medical and social service agencies participating in a multi-site evaluation study. The odds of recent drug use, needle use or sex exchange at the baseline interview… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10461-005-9000-7

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