SAMHSA Mental Health AIDS Newsletters Archive

mentalHealth AIDS newsletter The final edition of the MH/AIDS newsletter was disseminated on September 6, 2011. Posted below are 10 years of MH/AIDS newsletters archives.

Please read SAMHSA's Letter to Colleagues to learn more.

mental health AIDS is a quarterly biopsychosocial research update on HIV and mental health organized by topic area. Each issue also includes a "tool box" feature article, plus the newest resources (books, articles, Web sites) for clinical practice.


2011 Newsletters

2010 Newsletters

2009 Newsletters

2008 Newsletters

2007 Newsletters

2006 Newsletters

2005 Newsletters

2004 Newsletters

2003 Newsletters

2002 Newsletters

2001 Newsletter

Last updated: 6/21/2011

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"Clinical depression is the most commonly observed mental health disorder among HIV-infected patients, affecting up to 22% of patients. The prevalence may be even greater among substance users," according to the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute and Johns Hopkins University Division of Infectious Diseases.