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Housing is the Foundation of HIV Prevention and Treatment: Results of the National Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit
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This paper summarizes the results of the 2005 NAHC National Housing and HIV/AIDS Summit. Leading health, housing, and social service researchers and policy makers convened to discuss and document existing and proposed research regarding the relationship between housing status and HIV prevention and care. The research findings presented and discussed at the Summit support the development of new housing policies and practices based upon the proven effectiveness of and primary importance of housing as a structural HIV prevention and treatment intervention. This paper summarizes those findings, framed in terms of public policy imperatives that are dictated by our current understanding of the critical relationship of housing and health. (Authors)
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2005
Washington, D.C.
202-347-0333
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