AIDS prevention for intravenous drug users in the community: Street-based education and risk behavior
Preparation of this article was supported in part by grants from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (R01 DA 03638) and the California Universitywide Task Force on AIDS (88F152). Acknowledged are the staff and administrators of the MidCity Consortium to Combat AIDS, Haight-Ashbury Free Clinic Detoxification Unit; Ward 92, San Francisco General Hospital; and California Detoxification Programs, Inc. for their cooperation and assistance as are the contributions of Patrick Biernacki, Graham Crowe, Harvey W. Feldman, Michael Jang, Sean Little, Mark Lobaco, Askia Muhumud, John A. Newmeyer, Peg Reilly, Lea Sanchez, and Starley Shade. Thanks also to three anonymous reviewers and the Editor for their comments.
Watters, J. K., Downing, M., Case, P., Lorvick, J., & Cheng, Y. T. (1990). AIDS prevention for intravenous drug users in the community: Street-based education and risk behavior. American Journal of Community Psychology, 18(4), 587-596. DOI: 10.1007/BF00938061