We implement evidence-based solutions to HIV and emerging health and social issues affecting diverse populations.
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The HEALing Communities Study aims to reduce opioid and overdose deaths across New York State
WINGS intervention adapted to serve transgender women in Kazakhstan and Indonesia
SIG staff answer the question "What's Your #?" for World AIDS Day 2022
SIG operates globally
Several SIG interventions were identified as best practices by the CDC
SIG has appeared on NBC, in the Chicago Tribune, in Bustle, and more
The Social Intervention Group is a global leader in intervention, prevention, behavioral, and implementation research on communicable and non-communicable diseases.
The Adolescent Responses to COVID-19 (ARC) study aims to examine adolescents' patterns of social connectedness during the COVID-19 pandemic and impacts on adolescent mental health through a mobile app and smartwatch.
Advancing Solutions in Policy, Implementation, Research, and Engagement for Refugees
ASPIRE is a multidisciplinary program of activities at Columbia University dedicated to innovative approaches and responses to the Syrian Refugee crisis.
Madison Xiaoyao Bogard and Jimin Sung are contributing their time and expertise to topics including substance use coercion of women and the impacts of racism and heterosexism in the LGBTQ+ community.
Across six presentations at EACS 2023, SIG and GHRCCA staff shared their research on HIV prevention and interventions in Kazakhstan and central Asia.
New Publication from the HEALing Communities Study: Stigma of Opioid Use in Rural and Urban Communities
Alissa Davis and co-authors examined the differences in terms of stigma toward opioid users in rural and urban communities, as well as based on racial segregation and social inequity.