A Case for Patience and Kindness
A Case for Patience and Kindness is a story about the attempts of active drug users and former drug users to curb the spread of HIV among injection drug users in Washington D.C.

America and AIDS
This short film (23 minutes) was made by the Face of AIDS organization for the National Institutes of health to commemorate the 25 anniversary of HIV disease. It is an excellent training tool for those looking for a concise history of the epidemic in the US. Your truly did help out with this film.

Be HIV Smart – Get Tested
This eleven-minute film is helpful for both trainings and patient education.

Diabetes: What You Need to Know
Short film made with the help of the alternative student break volunteers from Allegheny College

Female Condom: What You Need to Know
Short film made with the help of the alternative student break volunteers from Allegheny College

Hepatitis C: What You Need to Know
Short film made with the help of the alternative student break volunteers from Allegheny College

Overdose Prevention and Management
This twenty minute film by the Harm Reduction Coalition and Prevention Works! addresses what to do as well as what not to do when an overdose is suspected.

Prevent Drug Overdose
This film from the NY Department of health demonstrates the use of Narcan (nalaxone) in the case of opiate overdose.

Silence
Looks at the relationship between HIV and incarceration in the US.

The Drug User’s Perspective
This short film from The World Bank and the Asian Harm Reduction Coalition gives a voice to drug users and recovering drug users in five Asian countries.

To Do No Harm
This groundbreaking documentary examines plight and history of needle exchange programs in Massachusetts and beyond.

National HIV Testing Day Press Conference – June 2009
The National Association of People with AIDS and the Congressional Black Caucus hosted this event. This clip features the comments made by our Executive Director Philip Terry with a slideshow of images from the event.

WTTG Fox 5 Report on Needle Exchange (12/12/09)
Local Fox affiliate looks at the effect of lifting the ban on federal funding on Washington, DC

Other Educational Resources:

Medline – MedlinePlus presents interactive health tutorials from the Patient Education Institute. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment for a variety of diseases and conditions. Also learn about surgeries, prevention and wellness. Each tutorial includes animated graphics, audio and easy-to-read language.

Oasis Clinic – A non-profit service provider. The Books and Videos section has a lot of great information on Hepatitis and co-infection.

Wrap M.C.– The Wrap M.C. certification is a new initiative of the DC Department of Health HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD & Tuberculosis Administration (HAHSTA), DC Public Schools (DCPS), and the Office of the State Superintendant (OSSE).