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WANTED: Education about AIDS
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Sample Request Received by an OMHRC Information Specialist
Hello, I am a sophomore attending Alabama A&M University in Huntsville , Alabama . I have intentions on running for Miss Alabama A&M in 2008-2009 and my platform is "Preserving Our People: The AIDS Epidemic". I am writing to request that you help me to research, define, educate, and involve myself and others in the epidemic that is slowly destroying our people. I would greatly appreciate it if you would send me information on AIDS and the epidemic as well as the effect that it is having on the African American race as well as treatment and counseling centers in the Huntsville area.
Thank you in advance.
Thank you for contacting The Office of Minority Health Resource Center.
I have attached some excellent fact sheets to help you in gaining more information on the effect of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, especially concerning the African American community. I have also provided you with information about local resources in your community. Lastly, I have mailed you a hardcopy of the following information. Please let us know if we can assist you further.
- HIV/AIDS and Data and Statistics (OMHRC)
- Fact Sheet: The HIV/AIDS Epidemic in the United States: November 2006 Update -- November 2006 (KAISER)
This updated fact sheet provides the latest data on the U.S. epidemic, including key trends over time, impact by region and population, and data on the U.S. government's response.
- HIV FACT SHEET- 25 years ago, today and tomorrow (NIH)
Health Disparities in the African American Community (Fact Sheets)
- Statistics on African Americans and HIV/AIDS, please click here(OMHRC)
- Fact Sheet: Black Americans and HIV/AIDS -- December 2006 (Kaiser)
This fact sheet highlights the epidemic's impact on African Americans, providing current data and trends over time.
- HIV/AIDS Among African Americans
This fact sheet discusses the impact of HIV and AIDS on African Americans and preventive strategies for this population. (CDC)
- Fact Sheet: Women and HIV/AIDS in the United States: Update -- December 2006 (Kaiser)
This updated fact sheet highlights the impact of HIV/AIDS on women in the United States , providing current data and trends over time
- How HIV and AIDS Affect Populations (PRB) http://www.prb.org/pdf06/HowHIVAIDSAffectsPopulations.pdf
Resources in the Hunstville Area
- Alabama state profile on HIV/AIDS ( This category includes information about new and cumulative AIDS cases, AIDS case rates, persons living with AIDS, AIDS deaths, HIV infections, HIV testing statistics and policies, additional AIDS-related state policies, Ryan White funding and funding for HIV prevention, and AIDS Drug Assistance Programs, including budget, client, and expenditure data.) http://www.statehealthfacts.org/cgi-bin/healthfacts.cgi?action=profile%26area=Alabama%26welcome=1%26category=HIV%2fAIDS
- Testing Sites : Free and within 20 miles of Hunstville (Aids.gov)
Madison County Health Department
- Prevention programs:
Northeast Alabama HIV Prevention Network Group
Madison County Health Department
301 Max Luther Rd
Huntsville , AL 35801-3118
Phone: (256) 533-8674
FAX (256) 536-2084
East Alabama Medical Center
Alabama Rural AIDS Program
- Treatment Centers in Huntsville (Alabama Dept. of Public Health )http://ph.state.al.us/facilitiesdirectory
Three Springs-Courtland or Three Springs-New Beginnings
1131 Eagletree Lane
Residential Treatment Facility
- HIV/AIDS drug Assistance programs in Alabama
- Local resources
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