tweaker.org (Regularly Updated)
A down-to-earth, sometimes wacky, sometimes serious site for gay men who use crystal; provides information, resources and support.
It's Getting HOT(TER) in Here! A Blog Entry by Richard Cordova (February 15, 2013)
"HOTTER (Healthy Outcomes Through Treatment, Empowerment and Recovery) provides mental health/substance abuse support for African American MSM ages 18 to 29, a population that has been, and continues to be disproportionately affected by HIV, mental health, and substance abuse issues."
Poetry: H-I-Me -- A Blog Entry by Brandon Lacy Campos (October 19, 2010)
Let me be clear with all ya'll here / If you are choosing to go on a meth-fueled sex affair / My responsibility to the outcomes of your personal decisions stop right there / So happy we got all that out in the air.
HIV and Drug Relapse (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"In this video I talk about my own battle with drugs, relapse and what role my diagnosis had in my relapse. Acceptance of your own diagnosis can be hard but you have to find healthy ways to deal with the stress of life and of HIV."
Handling Depression and Having Pride After an HIV Diagnosis (June 28, 2012)
Richard was given an AIDS diagnosis in 2002. He was devastated -- but not surprised, considering his life of hard partying, meth use and unprotected sex. But since that time, he's rediscovered his passion for life -- and traded drugs for marathons and 200-mile bike rides.
In This Positive Life, from TheBody.com
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