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APLA’s crystal methamphetamine program aims to reduce the risk of HIV infection and the social isolation caused by the use of the drug. The program consists of risk-reduction trainings, support groups and community events with gay men who use methamphetamine. We provide a four-session training in both English and Spanish to promote harm-reduction strategies. We also offer informational sessions with gay men who do meth and who are concerned about the negative impact of methamphetamine use in their lives. These sessions are especially for men who are not currently in substance abuse treatment. We also provide weekly support groups, as well as a monthly art group.
For information on any of the groups that we conduct or to enroll please call: 213 201 1308 or email email@example.com.
Si te gusta usar cristal para divertirte pero te preocupan los efectos negativos del mismo, APLA ahora ofrece un nuevo grupo de cuatro sesiones en parte conversación y en parte informativo.
Nosotros queremos ayudarte a navegar este estilo de vida y así mantenerte fabuloso por muchos años más. No te juzgaremos, no es un grupo para tratamiento o recuperación. Es un grupo para hombres gay, basado en técnicas y estrategias para la reducción de daños causados por el uso del cristal. Serás compensado por tu tiempo.
Un nuevo grupo empieza cada mes.
Comunícate con Roger Sediles al 213.201.1662 o envía un mensaje electrónico: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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