Connecting resources for urban sexual health

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Connecting resources for urban sexual health

  1. 1. Connecting Resources for Urban Sexual Health: CRUSHInvestigator: Janet MyersThe CRUSH project seeks to enhance and extend a response to the local HIV/AIDS epidemic inAlameda County with a set of innovative, evidence-based interventions across the continuum ofHIV prevention and care targeting young men who have sex with men. The consortium ofagencies and organizations that comprise the CRUSH Project are led by the East Bay AIDSCenter in Oakland California and are uniquely positioned to leverage existing public health andcommunity resources along with innovative new partnerships in order to expand sexual healthservices as part of a complete prevention package. CRUSH will also enhance the servicesprovided by an existing model program for HIV-infected youth based on formative researchfindings from the pilot study conducted for this project, and will enhance linkage to and retentionin this and other HIV care programs.The three primary aims of CRUSH are to:1) test and link young MSM of color to sexual health services;2) enhance and evaluate engagement and retention strategies for young MSM of colorinfected with HIV; and3) engage and retain HIV-uninfected young MSM of color in sexual health services,including PrEP.

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