U.S. Conference of Mayors Reports on Needle Exchange Policy Implications and Pilot Programs
The U.S. Conference of Mayors has prepared a series of reports on evaluating the need for needle exchange in communities, finding barriers to program implementation, and gaining community support for HIV prevention programs. In addition, some reports summarize the current state of research on program effectiveness. Two reports focus on needle exchange programs in New Haven, Connecticut and Baltimore, Maryland.
[For more information about these reports, contact Paula Jones at the U.S. Conference of Mayors, 1620 Eye Street, NW, Washington DC 20006, 202-293-7330. Inquire about the following reports: HIV Capsule Report, "Needle Exchange: Evolving Issues"; HIV Capsule Report, "Needle Exchange: Public Health and Politics"; U.S. Conference of Mayors Local Needle Exchange Forum Meeting Summary, "Needle Exchange: Moving Beyond the Controversy"; AIDS Information Exchange, "Initiating Needle Exchange Programs"; AIDS Information Exchange, "Needle Exchange in New Haven."]