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The prevalence of HIV/AIDS is up to nine times higher among persons who are homeless or unstably housed.
Up to 60% of all people with HIV/AIDS report an experience of homelessness or housing instability.

Research Presented at Research Summit I, 2005

Research Summit III: March 5-7, 2008 in Baltimore

Click here for complete up to date information about Summit III

NAHC's National Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit series provides an unprecedented venue for the presentation of research of significance to HIV/AIDS housing policy, coupled with dialogue about the public policy implications of research findings.  The first Summit in 2005 was a breakthrough event where researchers, policy experts, HIV/AIDS housing providers and consumers gathered to discuss the link between housing status and HIV/AIDS prevention and care.  Summit II, which took place in October, 2006, continued the dialogue begun at the first Research Summit regarding this relationship and moved forward with NAHC's goal of establishing a re-visioned HIV/AIDS housing policy based upon sound research. 

Research Summit II
October 20 & 21, 2006
Baltimore, Maryland

Summit II, convened in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, took place this Fall.  Read about the event, the event's concept paper, and info. about results.     

Research Summit I
June 9 & 10, 2005
Atlanta, Georgia

Read about the first Summit, convened in partnership with Emory University Center for AIDS Research. Includes links to Summit products, presentations, and information about the research shared at Summit I.




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