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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Many resources are available to help churches and church leaders respond to people with AIDS. Here are a few.

For information on AIDS-related ministries, church education resources and public policy, contact:

Americans for a Sound AIDS Policy

P.O. Box 17433

Washington, D.C. 20041

(703) 471-7350

This organization also provides a hotline that offers updates on medical facts, treatment, legislation, and ways churches can respond. The number is 1-900-INF-AIDS (463-2437) and costs $.99 per minute.

The AIDS Information Clearing House (1-800-458-5231) offers publications from the United States government and information on community-based organizations.

The Centers for Disease Control also offer free government publications and information on testing and counseling centers nationwide. The phone number is 1-800-342-AIDS.

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