Who We Are
A program for HIV+ adolescents and young adults under 30 who struggle with taking their ART.
We have developed a series of technology-enhanced problem-solving strategies to help individuals overcome difficulties sticking to a daily medication regimen.
This study is to reduce sexual risk-taking among men who have sex with men and use stimulants.
We want to learn what types of treatment programs best help men to decrease their stimulant
use as well as lower their risk of getting HIV through safer sexual behaviors.
A pilot study for people who are currently taking Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD).
The goal of this research is to improve mood and enhance behavioral skills to navigate life
challenges in order to maintain engagement in care and decrease opioid use.
A brief interview for transgender adults to voice their individual and community experiences.
The purpose of this assessment is to gain a deeper understanding of the health of transgender
adult communities, including the social stressors that influence health and well-being.
An survey of adults who inject drugs and are living in non-urban areas across New England.
We are collecting information about behaviors related to injection drug use and
how participants access and utilize health care and risk reduction services.
A study for men who report paying for sex with other men about their interest in PrEP.
This supplemental project includes an interview to collect information about common
sexual behaviors and perspectives related to HIV prevention.
PrEPped to Pay
A study for men who have sex with men about money, sex, and PrEP (a daily pill to prevent HIV).
To promote the effectiveness of PrEP at reducing HIV transmission, we are testing peer-led and strength-based risk reduction interventions to help interested men start, and stay on, PrEP.
PrEPare for Work