Examining survey results from 66 communities across four states, investigators found that the intervention decreased perceived stigma toward people treated for opioid use disorder.

A passionate advocate for the health of Tajiks, his voice, passion, and scholarship will be missed by colleagues around the world.

Her presentation on opioid-related stigma received praise for being engaging, deepening understanding of the topic, and demonstrating a commitment to inclusivity.

By providing a community-based tool that leverages AI, the project aims not only to reduce overdose deaths but also to empower communities with technology-driven solutions.

The award is given annually to an NIH HEAL Initiative researcher who demonstrates research excellence, supports broad dissemination of key research, and is a leader in the scientific community.

An expert in Black gay men's health, Mark Paige shares his experiences developing the TRUST intervention and the value of education and empowerment.

Sharing information about substance abuse, harm reduction, and the HEALing Communities Study, SIG staff started laying the groundwork for a long-term collaboration with National Taiwan University.

The presentations highlighted HEALing Communities Study work as well as intimate partner violence interventions.

With support from Senator Chuck Schumer, Sullivan County will have access to expanded federal resources for law enforcement and substance use programming.

The new framework for reducing opioid overdose includes 19 evidence tested strategies.

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.

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.

The counties and townships are used as field examples of how to implement the practices set out in the guides.

Center for Justice Associate Director Cameron Rasmussen recently completed his doctoral studies at CUNY, including a dissertation exploring the issue of accountability.