After more than thirty years of serving HIV-positive individuals, AIDS Foundation Houston has pioneered some of the state's most innovative and effective programs that serve those living with HIV/AIDS. Below are published abstracts and articles in scholarly journals that take a deeper look into the needs and outcomes of the men, women, and children who take part in our prevention and youth programs.
Evaluation of an HIV Peer Education Program in Texas Prisons - Journal of Correctional Healthcare
Outcomes of Project Wall Talk - AIDS Education and Prevention
Outcomes and Processes at a Camp for Youth with HIV/AIDS - Qualitative Health Research
Older Adolescents' Self-Determined Motivations to Disclose Their HIV Status- Journal of Child and Family Studies
Hip Hop for HIV Awareness- Using Hip Hop Culture to Promote Community-Level HIV Prevention - Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning
Innovative Assessment of Childhood Trauma and Its Link to HIV and Substance Abuse in Post-Incarcerated Women - Journal of Creativity in Mental Health