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Thanks for your comment which highlights the importance of substance abuse and mental health services in the response to HIV/AIDS. SAMHSA is among partners working to implement the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. However, SAMHSA does not currently have personnel stationed in the HHS regional offices as the other agencies listed do which is why they were not listed in the post. However, SAMHSA and it's grantees among the key agency partners working with CDC, IHS, HRSA, NIH, OASH and others to implement the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. You can read more about what SAMHSA is doing in this regard in two recent guest blog posts by SAMHSA’s HIV/AIDS policy lead.
Jennifer— Thank you for your comment. Today’s recap post includes the five blog posts that were viewed the most on the AIDS.gov blog and our cross-post of “It Gets Better” post was not one of those most viewed in 2010. We agree it was a powerful post and video — and reducing stigma is an important issue. Thank you for your support.
Thank you for your question. To join the sessions, please call 1-888-466-9845 and enter passcode 6811232# when prompted. To follow the slide presentations, copy and paste the following link into your web browser https://www.conferenceplus.com/confcenter/meeting_center/meeting_center.aspx?100512&jnhst=N&o=UMlXqNXuqwXeGr. Ahead of sessions, please download and review the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and its companion Implementation Plan at http://www.WhiteHouse.gov/ONAP. More information is available at the Coalition for a National AIDS Strategy site: http://nationalaidsstrategy.org/2010/join-upcoming-webinars-on-the-national-hivaids-strategy/
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