Project neighborhoods in action: An HIV-related intervention project targeting drug abusers in Washington, DC

  • Hoffman J
  • Klein H
  • Crosby H
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Project Neighborhoods in Action was a human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) outreach and intervention program that was conducted with injection drug users and crack users in several inner-city neighborhoods in the District of Columbia. Study participants were placed randomly in either a standard intervention or an enhanced intervention condition, with more than 800 persons being assigned to each group. Drug use frequency dropped from 15.2 days to 12.4 for alcohol (P

Author-supplied keywords

  • AIDS
  • Crack use
  • Drug abuse
  • Education
  • Efficacy study
  • HIV
  • Injection Drug users
  • Intervention

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  • Jeffrey A. Hoffman

  • Hugh Klein

  • Hendi Crosby

  • Dwight C. Clark

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