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  • Trans bathroom symbol Tim Yankowsky

    Supporting and Partnering: Research at AHP

    AHP seeks to provide the highest quality care to our clients and develop programs that go beyond meeting client needs to anticipating them. But the process does not stop, or start, on the front lines. First, AHP has done groundbreaking research to create and study new …

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    AHP NOW: 2016

    2016 has been a tumultuous year for the LGBTQ and HIV-affected communities. At AHP, we have striven not only to endure but also to respond with communication, connection and support. From our HIV counseling and testing services to our post-Orlando Community Gathering, we have worked to encourage healing and …

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    Xiaoming Hu: The Future is Now

    Who says the Starship Enterprise isn’t real? It delivered clinical social worker Xiaoming Hu to AHP! Deciding between studying medicine or counseling, Hu was inspired by Star Trek character Counselor Deanna Troi to attend UC Berkeley’s MSW program in Community Mental Health. Hu, born in …

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  • Good sex is all in the PrEParation

    PrEP Update

    AHP is on the front lines of making PrEP (Pre-exposure [HIV] prophylaxis) accessible to our community through a program called PrEP Navigation Services. For decades, the only way to medically prevent HIV was to take post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) drugs, which when taken within three days …

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    Getting to Know You: Electronic Health Inventory Update

    For the past nine months, new clients at AHP have filled out an Electronic Health Inventory (EHI), a detailed survey that ensures that our clients get the health care they need—both from our clinic and from society. The EHI is a detailed survey that asks …

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    Art for AIDS 2016

    Art for AIDS was conceived in 1996, the creation of a group of artists in search of a way to help a community ravaged by AIDS. Coincidentally, there was a second hope-laden event in 1996: effective HIV treatment began to turn the epidemic around, especially …

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