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Crystal Methamphetamine & HIV/AIDS: Resources

  • California Campaign Against Meth Abuse Includes First-Person Web Videos (Regularly Updated)
    Viewers of MeNotMeth.org can add their own first-person stories to a growing collection of videos and find resources throughout California for fighting meth addiction.
    From Me Not Meth
  • For Young Gays, Meth Use Comes With a High Risk of Contracting HIV (August 27, 2010)
    In CDC HIV/Hepatitis/STD/TB Prevention News Update, from CDC National Prevention Information Network
  • www.knowcrystal.org
    From knowcrystal.org
  • www.tweaker.org
    A down-to-earth, sometimes wacky, sometimes serious site for gay men who use crystal; provides information, resources and support.
    From tweaker.org
  • Narcotics Anonymous
    Information on NA offices throughout the world.
    From Narcotics Anonymous
  • Meth Stories: Affecting Your Community
    This site focuses on the effects of meth use and how to quit; includes personal stories of people affected by meth addiction.
    From Partnership for a Drug Free America
  • The Harm Reduction Project
    Offers a variety of services in Salt Lake City and Denver, including peer education, drop-in centers and harm reduction training. Offers an online library of addiction news and information.
    From Harm Reduction Project
  • www.crystalneon.org
    This user-friendly, sex-positive site focuses on harm reduction for gay and bisexual men, and includes a section for HIVers; offers an information library, the "Ask Dr. Dick" forum and real stories by crystal meth users .
    From Seattle Counseling Service
  • Crystal Methamphetamine Program of AIDS Project Los Angeles
    APLA's crystal methamphetamine program aims to reduce the risk of HIV infection and the social isolation caused by meth use through community forums and workshops. For more information or to sign up for workshops, call Phil Hendricks at 213-201-1308 or e-mail phendricks@apla.org.
    From AIDS Project Los Angeles
  • Crystal Meth Anonymous
    A worldwide free program by and for crystal meth addicts seeking recovery.
    From Crystal Meth Anonymous
  • Tweakends
    On this interactive Web site for gay men, a crystal ball answers your meth questions; the site lists tips for staying safe while using, resources for quitting and information for people who are HIV positive.
    From AIDS Project Los Angeles

  
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