Transitional Housing For People With Hiv
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Forty Percent of HIV-Positive, Transitional Housing Residents in New York City Experience Discrimination From Health Care System, Study SaysAbout 40% of HIV-positive people living in transitional housing in New York City report having experienced discrimination when dealing with the health care system, according to a study published in the May/June issue of the journal Public Health... Read more »
Alabama: Storing Up for Home, Auburn Students Convert Shipping Containers Into Housing for People With HIVFifteen miles outside Auburn in rural Lee County, a growing campus run by AIDS Outreach of East Alabama Medical Center is providing transitional housing for people with HIV. The homes, made from modified large steel shipping containers, were... Read more »
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Worldwide Benefits for Fox, Inc.The best solution is to maintain your current coverages while getting your college degree. Once you become employed, get a full-time job with benefits. The benefits offered to you under companies that offer health plans would provide some coverage.... Read more »
Stanford University, School of Medicine1. In biologic/clinical terms, the answer is yes, after the immune system has been mostly restored with HIV treatment and the CD4 count remains consistently above 200, then one is not considered to have AIDS anymore.2. Unknown. You will have to see... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiFirst about condom use, they are effective in the prevention of HIV transmission, as long as they are used correctly and do not break or slip off. Also if lubricant is used it must be water based. With your partner having an undetectable viral... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesCan anyone explain to me, in the simplest form, knowing that HIV deteriorates the immune system, killing the T-helpers making it possible for opportunistic infections to impair someones health. How does it become labeled Aids, when I thought that... Read more »
Posted by positive2741, 6 RepliesMe and my bf are both positive and were looking to move to somewhere with better assistance and programs for people with hiv. We currently stay in ms and Memphis,TN area and have had very bad luck over the past 4 years finding and keeping jobs in... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi everyone, does anyone out there know of any low cost housing for people with AIDS in the New York City area?
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Posted by AnonymousHi I'm sharon from Birmingham, England.
I'm trying to find information on the housing needs of people with HIV or AIDS. Also how large housing departments can support people more. If you have any suggestions or information about housing projects... Read more »
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