April 2006
Just Out;4/21/2006, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p32
The article reports several outreach programs for people affected with AIDS and HIV in Oregon. CAREAssist pays for health insurance premiums, prescription drugs and insurance plan co-payments and deductibles for eligible people suffering from the disease. Education on HIV prevention to youth and adults is provided by the Cascade AIDS Project. Anonymous and confidential HIV testing and counseling to people with the disease is offered by Clackamas County Public Health.


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