Performance Improvement 2009. What Impact Does Housing the Homeless Have on Disease Progression, Transmission Risk, and Access to and Utilization of Medical Care?


The Housing and Health study was a multi-site, multi-agency research collaboration. The goal of the project was to examine the impact of providing housing for people living with HIV who were homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness on their disease progression, their risks of transmitting HIV, and medical care use.

Report Title: Assessing the Role of Housing in HIV/AIDS Prevention; Report may be obtained from Federal Contact
Agency Sponsor: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Federal Contact: Delia Easton, 404-639-1912
Performer: Research Triangle Institute
PIC ID: 7977

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