out reach

June 2006
Just Out;6/2/2006, Vol. 23 Issue 15, p40
The article presents various outreach programs in the GLBT community. CAREAssist is a program of the Oregon Department of Human Services and the Ryan White CARE Act, that provides payment for health insurance premiums for people with AIDS. Cascade AIDS Project provides education for the youth and adults on HIV prevention and supports HIV positive people. Washington County Health Department gives free needle-free HIV testing services for gay people at community health clinics in Beaverton.


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