Keeping Individual Sex Workers Safe (K.I.S.S.):

Keeping Individual Sex Workers Safe (K.I.S.S.):

Keeping  Individual Sex Workers Safe uses a science and evidence based approach to effectively address the health disparities of individual sex-workers who are at risk for violence, arrest, and HIV/AIDS, and STI infections.  This program helps in increasing awareness of personal risk behaviors, providing harm reduction alternatives, and increasing access to bio, psycho-social, and medical services by engaging sex-workers through consistent outreach and meaningful conversation, education, interventions and distribution of supplies (Condoms, lubricants, hygiene kits, crack pipe holders, pregnancy tests, panties, food and MARTA cards).

This program is delivered through AHRC’s Mobile Health Unit (MHU) twice a month in different locations in Atlanta.


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