Project Description

Longitudinal Exploration of Pathways to HIV/STI Risk Reduction among Homeless Young Adults through a Youth-Centric Rapid Re-Housing Program

The proposed study is a longitudinal exploration of pathways to resilience and HIV/STI risk reduction among homeless young adults ages 18-24 (YAEH) through a youth-centric rapid re-housing program (YRR). Results will identify causal processes through which YRR programs affect YAEHs’ resilience and HIV/STI risk, build a foundation for a large-N study to test these mechanisms, and inform community responses to reducing health disparities in HIV/STIs among a high risk and vulnerable population by helping communities improve their interventions for YAEH.

Additional Information:

ICR
Heather Mosher, PhD
Primary Investigator
Jianghong Li, MD, MS
Co-Investigator

Rosley Gonzalez
Research Coordinator
Elizabeth Jadovich
Field Interviewer

UMass Amherst
Jerrold Meyer, PhD
Consultant

Portland State University
Ellen Skinner, PhD
Consultant

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