Category Archive for: ‘HIV’

  • Perspectives V1N4 HepC Update V4

    Perspectives: Hepatitis C Update 2014

    Hepatitis C is a viral disease that primarily affects the liver. In its chronic (or long-lasting) form, the hepatitis C virus (HCV) can cause liver damage, cirrhosis (scarring of the liver), and liver cancer. These complications can lead to the need for transplant, and even …

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  • Francis Salmeri 2014

    Francis Salmeri Retiring

    Our long-time colleague, Francis Salmeri, LMFT, will retire from AHP on February 28, 2014. He recently sent this letter to his co-workers and it’s so wonderful we’re sharing it with you all.   Dear Most Amazing Colleagues, I began my journey at AHP in 1985, …

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  • Admininterns14

    Admin Interns: The Backbone of AHP

    Each year, 300 recent college graduates apply to fill 11 Alliance Health Project internship positions, but the really big number is the 15,000 hours of service they provide to help keep things at AHP running. Interns do everything from staffing our HIV testing hotline and …

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  • David Alex 2013 VAP

    Creating Sacred Space at AHP

    “When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed” -Maya Angelou The camaraderie between AHP volunteer facilitators David Fredrickson and Alex Martinez is obvious. Like romantic partners in an enduring relationship, the two men, who have co-facilitated an HIV/AIDS support group for nine years, …

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  • Mexico Training

    Training HIV Counselors in Mexico City

    In December, the Alliance Health Project’s Publications and Training Unit, which conducts face-to-face and online trainings for mental health and health care providers, completed its first international training! Although over the past 30 years, AHP Executive Director James Dilley has provided training and technical assistance …

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  • Events & Services

    E&S: Expanding Substance Use Care

    For all of his hard work to stay clean and housed, Ray still didn’t have a home or financial and medical benefits, and still used speed to stay awake when he stayed on the street. He wanted a place to live so he could care for …

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