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					New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute

HIV/AIDS
Consumer Educational

Materials Order Form                                     July 2010




          www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications

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New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute
    HIV/AIDS Consumer
    Educational Materials Order Form

    Table of Contents

           How Do I Order HIV/AIDS Consumer Educational Materials? . . . . . . . 2

           Order Address Label . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

           How Are Orders Delivered? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 

           Can I Order Publications if I Am Outside of New York State . . . . . . . . . 3 

           HIV/AIDS Transmission, Prevention, and Awareness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

                  General Adult Audiences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

                  Older Adults (age 50 years and older) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5

                  Deaf and Hard of Hearing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

                  Women . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

                  Native Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 

                  Young Adults and Adolescents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

                  HIV Counseling and Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 

           HIV and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

           HIV Prevention and Injection Drug Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 

           Expanded Syringe Access Program (ESAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

           Hepatitis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

           HIV, Pregnancy, and Childbirth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

           HIV/STD Partner Services and Partner Notification. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . 16 

           HIV Medications and Treatment Adherence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

           AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Plus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

           Living with HIV/AIDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

           Health Works CD-ROM Order Form (Educational Software) . . . . . . . . . 23





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 How Do I Order HIV/AIDS Consumer Educational Materials?

 There are three ways to order Consumer Education Materials:

 Download PDF files directly from the website. Many HIV/AIDS consumer educational materials can
 be downloaded as PDF files from the New York State Department of Health website at:
 www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications

 Publication titles on this order form with an asterisk (*) can be downloaded. We encourage you to
 download publications as PDF files and print out or photocopy as many copies as you want.

 Order publications through the website. You can order HIV/AIDS educational materials directly
 through an online order form on our website. Here’s how it works:
 • Go to www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications. Click on “Ordering Information and On-Line
   Orders” at the top of the page.
 • On the online order form, each publication has several boxes next to it showing the different quantities
   you can order. Please choose only one quantity for each publication.
 • Click on the box next to the publication to choose how many copies you want.

 Download a print copy of this order form from the website and fill it out.
 • Go to www.health.gov/diseases/aids/publications. Click on “Ordering Information and On-Line
   Orders” at the top of the page.
 • Open up the “printable” version of the order form and print it out.
 • Each publication has several boxes next to it showing the different quantities you can order. Place an
   “X” in the box next to the quantity you want. Please choose only one quantity for each publication.
 • Be sure to fill out the return address label below.
 • Send the order form:
   By fax: (518) 465-0432
   By mail: New York State Department of Health Distribution Center
             21 Simmons Lane 

             Albany, NY 12204

 You can also get a print copy of this order form mailed to you by calling (518) 474-9866 or emailing:


        ORDER ADDRESS LABEL (must be completed and returned with order)
  Name _______________________________________________________________________________

  Organization (if applicable) ____________________________________________________________

   Street ______________________________________________________________________________

   City _________________________________________ State ____________ Zip _________________

   Phone ________________________          E-mail _________________________________________


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    How Are Orders Delivered?

• Orders are shipped from the New York State Department of Health Distribution Center in Albany.
  Orders cannot be picked up in person.
• Orders cannot be sent to Post Office boxes. You will need a street mailing address.
• Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
• Publications that are temporarily out of stock will be noted on a packing slip you get with the order.
• If you have any questions about the availability of publications, call (518) 747-9866 or email:
  hivpubs@health.state.ny.us.


    Can I Order Publications if I Am Outside New York State?
Yes. Please follow the instructions on page 2 for ordering publications and read the points below:

• We will fill bulk orders from individuals or organizations outside of New York State based on the
  availability of the publications requested.
• We charge the minimum amount to cover shipping and handling costs.
• To place a bulk out-of-state order, mail or fax the completed order form to:

Health Education Services
P.O. Box 7126
Albany, New York 12224
Fax: (518) 439-7022

Please note: This address and fax number are for bulk OUT-OF-STATE orders only.


    Where Can I Find Educational Materials for Service Providers?

The NYSDOH AIDS Institute publishes a wide variety of HIV Clinical Guidelines for clinicians who
provide services to people with HIV/AIDS. To order these publications online -- or to download PDF
documents or a printable order form -- go to: www.hivguidelines.org.



                                   A Note About Quantities
     We encourage agencies to order only the type and amount of the materials they are able to distribute
      to the specific populations they serve. Your cooperation allows us to continue to offer quality HIV
                      educational materials in bulk, free of charge within New York State.




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 HIV/AIDS Transmission, Prevention, and Awareness

 General Adult Audiences
Title                                                 Language   Code #      Quantity (check one)
100 Questions & Answers About HIV/AIDS*               English    0213           100        200
Popular reference booklet provides answers to         Spanish    0214           100        200
commonly asked questions about HIV and AIDS.
Written at a high school reading level (booklet).
English 2/08; Spanish 2/08.

HIV and AIDS Facts.* This brochure uses graphics English         9242           100        200
and clear, easy-to-read language to provide basic Spanish        9243           100        200
facts about HIV transmission, prevention, and
testing (brochure). 1/07.

What Can I Do If I Have Just Been Exposed to          English    9104           50         100
HIV?* This brochure advises people who may have
been exposed to HIV to immediately seek medical       Spanish    9105           50         100
care and treatment called nPEP -- non-occupational
postexposure prophylaxis (brochure). 2/06.

AIDS Does Not Discriminate. This bookmark             English    9447           50         100
uses nouns and adjectives to describe the variety
of people living with HIV and AIDS. It promotes
the message that anyone can get HIV if they
engage in HIV risk behaviors (bookmark). 3/05.

AIDS Hotlines. Easy-to-carry wallet card promotes English/       0210           100        200
the toll-free New York State HIV/AIDS hotlines that Spanish
provide pre-recorded messages on HIV/AIDS or the
opportunity to speak with a counselor (card). 6/07.

Could It Be Acute HIV?* Lists the warning signs       English    9585           50         100
of acute HIV, the very early stage of infection. It
explains the need for testing and early medical       Spanish    9586           50         100
care if you test positive (booklet). 10/07.




9179   * Publication can be downloaded from: www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications         7/2010
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    General Adult Audiences (continued)
Title                                                      Language        Code #     Quantity (check one)
Instructions for Using A Male Condom.* Simple,             Available only online. Download from:
step-by-step instructions and illustrations show           www.nyhealth.gov/publications/
how to use a male, latex condom (PDF file).                instructions_male_condom.pdf

Faith Communities’ Response to HIV/AIDS                    English      9604            1         3         5
This video has 11 brief segments featuring faith
leaders from different traditions who shares infor-
mation and advice on how to address HIV/AIDS
in faith communities (DVD, 76 mins.) 2008.

                                     REVISED!

A Guide to HIV/AIDS Education                              English      9256            1         3         5
in Faith Settings. This revised reference manual
for faith community leaders to use in developing
strategies to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
It includes basic HIV prevention information;
suggestions for developing HIV ministries and
providingpastoral care; age-appropriate educational
information and activities; and an extensive list of
resources (8 1/2 x 11, 3-hole punched).

    Older Adults (age 50 years and older)

Age is No Barrier.* Provides information about             English         9536             100           200
HIV transmission, risk assessment, testing, and
prevention for middle-aged and older adults                Spanish         9537             100           200
(brochure). English 9/04; Spanish 12/04.

Age Won't Protect You From AIDS* Posters                   Male            9537          1            5         25
promote awareness of HIV risk among persons                African-Amer.
over 50 years old. Three different versions feature        Female,         9538         1             5         25
photos of different individuals (poster). 10/05.           Hispanic
                                                           Female,         9539         1             5         25
                                                           African-Amer.
                                                           Spanish,        9540         1             5         25
                                                           Female, Hisp.




9179     * Publication can be downloaded from: www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications                      7/2010
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 Deaf and Hard of Hearing
 Title                                                 Language       Code #      Quantity (check one)
 HIV/AIDS: Basic Facts for the Deaf and Hard           English        9610           10        25
 of Hearing.* This provides basic information
 about HIV prevention and harm reduction, with
 many photographs. It is written in a way that
 reflects how sign language translates into words
 (brochure). 8/09.

 Women
 Taking A Stand: Get Tested.*                NEW!      English        9630           25       50       100
 This brochure for African-American
 women explains the importance of getting an HIV       Spanish translation forthcoming.
 test, knowing your status, and knowing the status
 of your partner(s). It explains the steps involved
 in the testing process and how simple it is
 (brochure). 3/10.

 It's Your Life. Protect It.* Using a      NEW!        English        9627           25       50       100
 positive, empowering tone, this brochure

 provides African-American women with key              Spanish translation forthcoming. 

  HIV prevention messages. It emphasizes using

 "knowledge as power" - learning how to prevent

 HIV infection, how to negotiate with your 

 partner, and how to make healthy life decisions

 (brochure). 3/10.


 What’s Your Pleasure? How to Use the                  English        9571           25       50     100
 Female Condom.* This colorful pamphlet has
 step-by-step illustrated instructions for using a     Spanish         9572          25       50     100
 polyurethane female condom. It includes a list
 of helpful tips for women who have never used
 a female condom (pamplet). 2/07.

 To Love Is To Protect.* Targets African-American      English        9106           1        5      25
 women, ages 24 to 34, with messages about HIV
 prevention and promotes the statewide HIV hotline
 (poster). 9/04.


 Por ti, por mi, por nosotros (For you, for me, for    Eng./ Span.    9107           1        5      25
 us).* Targets African-American women, ages 24-
 34, with HIV prevention message and promotes
 the statewide HIV hotline (poster). 9/04.



 9179     * Publication can be downloaded from: www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications         7/2010
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Women (continued)
Title                                                           Language    Code #    Quantity (check one)
To Love Is To Protect.* Photos of racially and                  English     9108        1      5      25
ethnically diverse group of adult women, ages 24 to 50,
promote HIV prevention and statewide HIV hotlines
(poster). 9/04.

En el estado de Nueva York, las Mujeras Hispanas ...*           Spanish     9109        1           5         20
Provides data on the percentage of Hispanic women with
AIDS in New York State and promotes awareness of risk
among Hispanic women age 35-50 (poster). 9/04.

Respect Yourself. Protect Yourself.* Promotes HIV               English     9110         1          5         25
awareness, prevention, and testing among African-
American women, ages 35 to 50. Refers readers to
the statewide HIV hotline number (poster). 9/04.

They’ve Been Hit. With AIDS, Too.* This poster alerts           English     9264        1       5         25
victims of domestic violence to the risk of exposure to         Spanish     9265        1       5         25
HIV and encourages them to get information and help.

Women & HIV: A Call to Women of Color. Designed                 English     9403        100             200
for African-American and Hispanic/Latina women,
this brochure provides facts about HIV transmission,            Spanish      9404       100             200
testing, and prevention, and encourages talking with
partners about these issues. Developed by Channing
Bete Co. Inc. (brochure). 12/04.

And We Shall Win! Multi-colored poster in African               English     9186        1       5         25
design has an inspirational poem and states that African-
American women are at high risk for HIV (poster). 7/02.


Native Americans
Protect Our Nations from HIV/AIDS. This poster shows            English     9245         1          5         25
an illustration of the Native American tree of peace and
promotes HIV prevention programs in Native American
communities (poster). 3/04.

Protect Our Nations from HIV/AIDS.* This brochure               English     9266              100             200
provides information about HIV transmission, prevention,
and risk reduction. It lists regional, state, and national
resources for Native Americans (brochure). 3/04.



9179        * Publication can be downloaded from: www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications            7/2010
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 Young Adults and Adolescents
 Title                                                  Language        Code #   Quantity (check one)
 Getting It? HIV & STD “Flapper Card.” This             English         9503        5      10          25
 card unfolds in a series of flaps, like Japanese
 origami paper art. Each fold has facts about           Spanish         9504        5      10           25
 HIV/STD transmission, testing, and prevention.
 Hotline numbers and websites are listed and a
 space included for local agencies to add contact
 information (card). 9/04.
 One Good Reason. This poster promotes condom           English         9158         1     5           25
 use to reduce the risk of HIV transmission (poster).

 Condom/Abstinence Negotiation Wheel. Two-              English         9194        100        150     200
 sided wheel provides suggestions for negotiating
                                                        Spanish          9210       100    150          200
 safer sex with a partner on one side and how to
 remain abstinent on the other side (wheel). 10/09.
 Everybody’s Not Doin’ It!* This poster promotes        English         9231        1      5           25
 abstinence as the only 100% protection against
 the sexual transmission of HIV (poster). 1/02.
 True/False Scratch-off Cards.* Each card               English,        9433        10         25       50
 has photos of young people on the front and            HIV/STDs
 HIV/AIDS-related statements on the back.
 Readers scratch off a part of the card to              Spanish, HIV    9438        10         25       50
 see if the statements are true or false. Separate      condom use
 English and Spanish versions target different
 groups and address different subjects related to       Spanish, HIV    9439        10         25       50
 HIV prevention and transmission. The Spanish
 versions are distibuted as a set (card). 5/02.         Spanish, males 9440         10         25       50

                                                        Spanish,        9441        10         25       50
                                                        HIV/STDs

                                                        Spanish,        9442        10         25       50
                                                        abstinence

                                                        Spanish       9443          10         25       50
                                                        HIV, drug use

                                                        Spanish         9444        10         25       50
                                                        HIV testing

                                                        Span., female   9446        10         25       50

 Talking with Young People About HIV and                English         0243        50          100
 AIDS.* This booklet gives parents and caregivers
                                                        Spanish         0246        50          100
 practical advice on how to talk about HIV and
 AIDS with children and teens (booklet). 9/05.

 9179      * Publication can be downloaded from: www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications        7/2010
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    Young Adults and Adolescents                        (continued)
    Title                                                        Language      Code #     Quantity (check one)
    Animals to the Rescue: Teaching Kids About                   English       9535          50         100
    HIV and AIDS.* This booklet, for children in
    grades 1-3, uses a picture story to explain HIV              Spanish        9541         50         100
    and AIDS. Activities are completed based on facts
    from the story (booklet). 10/05.

    Super Sleuths: Learn About HIV and AIDS.*                    English       9534          50         100
    This booklet, for children in grades 4-5, begins with
    a picture story that explains HIV/AIDS. Activities           Spanish        9536         50         100
    are based on facts from the story (booklet). 8/05.

    HIV Counseling and Testing
    RU+ Take the Time. Take the Test. Take NEW!                  English       9619          10     25          50
    Charge.* This attractive booklet uses the images
    and words of young adults to urge their peers to get         Spanish translation forthcoming
    tested for HIV and other STDs. It explains how you
    acquire HIV and STDs, how and where to get test-
    ed, and why prompt treatment is so important if you
    do test positive (5” x 5 1/4” booklet). 1/10.

    Companion DVD-ROM. Contains a PDF copy of                    English       9628          5     10
    the booklet described above, a Quick Time movie of
    the booklet set to soulful music, and an iPod version        Spanish translation forthcoming
    of the movie (DVD-ROM). 1/10.


    RU + ? Get Tested for HIV*                  NEW!
            Eng./Span.    0235          10         25
    These posters use a text message abbreviation in
    the title and images of young couples to encourage           (AA, M-M)
                                                                 Eng./Span.    0236          10         25
    people to get tested for HIV. The text also urges
                                                                 (AA/H, F-F)
    readers to get into treatment if they test positive.
                                                                 Eng./Span.    0237          10         25
    Abbreviations: M = male; F = female; AA =
                                                                 (H/M-F)
    African-American; H = Hispanic; W = white
                                                                 Eng./Span.    0238          10         25
    (8 1/2” x 11” poster). 11/09.
                                                                 (AA/M-F)
                                                                 Eng./Span.    0239          10         25
                                                                 (W, M-F)
                                                                 Eng./Span.    0244          10         25
                                                                 (AA/H, M-F)
    Thinking About HIV? (HIV Testing)* Promotes                  English       9524          1     5          25
    testing as part of routine health care; for use in
    doctors’ offices, clinics, and counseling sites.             Spanish       9525          1     5          25
    (Poster, 40” x 7.5”). 6/05.


    9179      * Publication can be downloaded from: www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications          7/2010

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 HIV Counseling and Testing                     (continued)
  Title                                                   Language      Code #     Quantity
 Defendant HIV Testing: Information                       English      9598         100             200
 for Survivors of Sexual Assault
 This wallet-sized brochure explains to survivors         Spanish      9599         100             200
 how to request a defendant HIV test, what the
 defendant’s test results mean, and to whom they
 can disclose those results. It provides information
 on how to get reimbursed for certain medical
 expenses, including emergency HIV medications.
 (3” x 2” wallet card unfolds to 6” x 7.5”
 brochure). 2/08.

 Defendant HIV Testing: Information                       English      9596         50             100
 for Defendants in Sexual Assault Cases                   Spanish      9597         50             100
 This brochure explains the victim’s right to
 request HIV testing and which type of HIV
 test is used. It clearly explains what the test
 results mean and who can receive those results.
 Defendants are encouraged to get medical
 treatment if they test positive. (3” x 7” tri-
 fold brochure). 2/08.

 Find Out Now! (Rapid Testing)* Promotes                  English       9522        1          5         25
 rapid HIV testing. Designed to be used by clinicians     Spanish       9523        1          5         25
 and sites that offer rapid testing (poster, size 48”
 x 6”). 6/05.

 Two Good Reasons to Get An HIV Test.*                    Eng/W/MF      0220        1          5         25
 These small posters promote HIV testing to deter-        Eng/A/MF      0222        1          5         25
 mine your HIV status and counseling. (Poster, size       Spa/MF        0224        1          5         25
 8.5” x 11”) Six versions are available, with differ-     Eng/MM/W/A    0226        1          5         25
 ent couples featured in each: Eng = English; Spa =
                                                          Spa/MM        0228        1          5         25
 Spanish; W = Caucasian; A = African-American;
                                                          Eng/P/MF      0230        1          5         25
 P = Asian/Pacific Islander; MF = male/female
 couple; MM = male/male couple.

 Reasons to Get an HIV Test* Promotes HIV                 English       0232        100            200
 counseling and testing. It explains who should
 get tested and the benefits of knowing your HIV          Spanish       0233        100            200
 status and lists testing sites (brochure). 2/09.

 HIV Counseling: Call for Facts. Describes the            English       0240             100             200
 process of anonymous counseling and testing and
 lists phone numbers to locate testing sites throughout   Spanish       0241             100         200
 New York State (card, size 3.75” x 8.5”). English
 9/04; Spanish 10/04.

 9179      * Publication can be downloaded from: www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications        7/2010
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 HIV and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
 Title                                                   Language       Code #     Quantity

STD and HIV Facts.* This easy-to-read brochure           English        9111           100         200
gives basic information about sexually transmitted
                                                         Spanish        9112           100         200
diseases and HIV transmission, prevention, testing,
and treatment (brochure). 3/07.

What You Need to Know About the Links                    English        0247           100        200
Between HIV & STDs.* This brochure explains
how having a sexually transmitted disease puts
you at greater risk for HIV infection. It stresses
the importance of testing, medical treatment, and
prevention (brochure). 11/04.

Diseases That Can Be Spread During Sex.*                 English        3805           100         200
Describes the symptoms of common sexually
transmitted diseases (STDs), testing for STDs,           Spanish        3806           100         200
and how they are transmitted and treated.
It includes prevention tips and referrals for
hotlines for education, testing, and treatment
(brochure). 7/08.




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 HIV Prevention and Injection Drug Use
 Title                                                  Language      Code #      Quantity

 What Does Your Needle Look Like? The simple            English       9508           50         100
 text and close-up photos of used needles in this
 brochure encourage needle injection drug users         Spanish       9509            50        100
 to always use new, sterile needles. (brochure,
 size 3.5” x 2”). 4/07.

 Stay Healthy and Survive.* This accordion-fold         English       9160           50             100
 wallet card lists the steps for cleaning and bleach-
 ing drug injection equipment to lower the risk of      Spanish       9161            50        100
 transmitting HIV. It also lists Syringe Exchange
 Program (SEP) sites where you can exchange
 old needles for new needles (wallet card, size
 3.5” x 2”). 7/06.

 Ever wish you could . . . quit using heroin?           English       9162           50             100
 Protect yourself from HIV?* This booklet
 provides information about methadone and               Spanish       9163           50         100
 buprenorphine -- two effective treatments for
 heroin addiction. It includes basic facts about the
 treatments, explains how they can help prevent
 HIV infection, and gives advice for people
 living with HIV(booklet). 3/06.

 Buprenorphine: A New Drug for Treating                 English      9555           10         25         50
 Heroin Addiction.* This fact sheet explains
 how the medication works and how doctors               Spanish      9591           10         25         50
 can prescribe it (brochure). 4/07.


 Expanded Syringe Access Program (ESAP)
 Required ESAP Safety Insert.* ESAP is the              English       9359           100            200
 Expanded Syringe Access program. ESAP
 providers are required by New York State
 Public Health Law to give a copy of this               Spanish        9360          100            200
 brochure to each person who buys syringes
 at ESAP drugstores (brochure). 11/07.

 Be Aware, Don’t Share.* Urges injection drug           English       9405           100            200
 users to quit using or get new needles and             Spanish       9406           100            200
 syringes through ESAP to lower the risk of
 getting infected with HIV, hepatitis B, or
 hepatitis C (folding wallet card). 10/07.

 9179      * Publication can be downloaded from: www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/publications    7/2010
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 Expanded Syringe Access Program (ESAP)                              (continued)
 Title                                                    Language       Code #     Quantity
 Be Aware, Don’t Share.* This poster is a                 English        9420          1         5         25
 companion piece to the brochure of the same
 name promoting ESAP (11” x 17” poster). 12.06.           Spanish        9421          1         5         25

 How to Safely Dispose of Household Sharps.*              English        0909              100         200
 Explains how to store used “sharps” -- needles,
 syringes, and lancets -- at home and how to              Spanish        0941              100         200
 safely dispose of them (brochure). 12/07.

 New York State Online Directory of ESAP Providers/ Directory of Community Sharps Disposal Sites
 Organized by county and by New York City boroughs, the ESAP directory lists providers registered with
 the NYSDOH to sell or furnish syringes to customers and clients without prescriptions. The disposal site
 directory lists all hospitals and nursing homes mandated to be community sharps disposal sites in New
 York State.

 Registered ESAP Providers
 www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/harm_reduction/needles_syringes/esap/provdirect.htm

 Community Sharps Disposal Sites
 www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/harm_reduction/needles_syringes/sharps/directory_sharpscollection.htm

 To find additional sharps disposal sites near where you live, go to:
 www.nyhealth.gov/diseases/aids/harm_reduction/needles_syringes/sharps/docs/alternate_sites.pdf.


 Hepatitis
 Get Tested for Hepatitis C. This brochure urges          English        9336         100            200
 people at risk for hepatitis C to get tested and         Spanish        9337         100            200
 provides basic information about hepatitis C
 transmission, prevention, and treatment.
 Developed by the Centers for Disease Control
 and Prevention (CDC) (brochure) 11/06.

 Hepatitis C Prevention. This brochure helps              English        9338         100            200
 readers to better understand hepatitis C and how
 to prevent infection. It encourages people at risk
 to be tested. Developed by the CDC (brochure).
 3/05.




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 Hepatitis (continued)
 Title                                                  Language     Code #      Quantity

 Living with Chronic Hepatitis C. This brochure         English      9339          100        200
 helps readers to better understand hepatitis C, how
 they may have become infected, and what they can
 do to prevent infecting others. Developed by the
 CDC (brochure). 8/04.

 What You Need to Know About Hepatitis C:               English      9413          100      150         200
 A Guide for People with HIV.* Fictional
 characters share their concerns and experiences        Spanish       9414         100    150         200
 about living with HIV and hepatitis C. It provides
 readers with important information about testing,
 treatment, and prevention of hepatitis C; co-
 infection with hepatitis C and HIV; and healthy
 behaviors. Includes a section about HIV and
 hepatitis C prevention for intravenous drug
 users (booklet). 10/05.

 What Do You Know About Hepatitis C and HIV?            English      9602          100            200
 This low-literacy brochure provides basic facts
                                                        Spanish       9603         100          200
 about hepatitis C transmission, prevention, testing,
 and treatment. It urges all people with HIV to be
 tested for hepatitis C (brochure). 3/08.

 Prevent Hepatitis A* This CDC brochure explains        English      1859          100            200
 the symptoms of hepatitis A, how it is transmitted,
 and the benefits of getting a vaccine (brochure).
 1/06.

 HIV, Pregnancy, and Childbirth
 Important News for Pregnant Women* This                English      9216          100            200
 rabbit-shaped pamphlet stresses the importance         Spanish      9217          100            200
 of HIV testing for all pregnant women. It urges
 women who are considering pregnancy to make
 informed decisions about health care for their
 babies and themselves (brochure). 1/06.

 Important News for New Mothers About Your              English      9257          100            200
 Baby's HIV Test* This duck-shaped pamphlet             Spanish      9258          100            200
 describes the meaning of HIV test results when         French       9259          100
 the mother has HIV testing during pregnancy,           Chinese      9260          100
 labor or delivery, and when the newborn is             Vietnamese   9261          100
 tested after birth (brochure). 1/07.                   Russian      9262          100

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15                                                     HIV/AIDS Consumer Educational Materials Order Form

 HIV, Pregnancy, and Childbirth                    (continued)
 Title                                                     Language       Code #     Quantity
Pregnancy & HIV: Caring for Yourself and                    English       9234 
         100 
        200

Your Baby* Provides treatment information for
pregnant women living with HIV, including how               Spanish        9240 
        100 
        200

to lower the risk of HIV transmission to their
babies (brochure). 12/06.

Protect Yourself and Your Baby . . . from HIV               English        9361 
       100 
 150 
     200

and AIDS. Encourages pregnant women and

                                                            Spanish        9362 
        10 
         50

those considering pregnancy to be tested for
HIV. It includes basic information about HIV
transmission, testing, and prevention, the meaning
of HIV test results, tips for talking with partners,
and information about treatment to lower the risk
of passing HIV to the baby (booklet). 6/05

Breast is Best Unless You are HIV Positive.                 English       9246 
         1
      5
     25

Portrays a woman breastfeeding her newborn and

                                                            Spanish        9247 
        1
      5
     25

promotes breastfeeding. It cautions women with
HIV infection against this practice to prevent
transmission of HIV to the newborn (poster).

I'm Having a Baby. Promotes the benefits of HIV             English       9272 
         1

testing early in pregnancy through the story of a

                                                            Spanish        9273 
        1

young woman who learns she is pregnant and
struggles with her decision to be tested for HIV
(video, running time: 22 minutes). 1995.

Continuous loop format: Repeats without                     English       9283 
         1

rewinding; convenient for clinics and waiting

                                                            Spanish        9284 
        1

rooms.




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 HIV/STD Partner Services and Partner Notification
 Title                                               Language        Code #       Quantity
 There’s Something I Need to Tell You: A Step-       English          9488            10      50
 by-Step Guide to Telling Your Partners They         Spanish          9489            10      50
 May Have HIV.* This booklet helps people who
 have been diagnosed with HIV tell their partners
 that they also may be infected. It offers tips on
 how to inform your partner yourself or with the
 help of a counselor (booklet). 11/03.

 PNAP. We Can Work Together to Stop the              English         9300             50       100
 Spread of HIV.* This brochure explains the          Spanish          9301             50       100
 the New York State Health Department’s              French          9302             50       100
 PartNer Assistance Program (PNAP), which
                                                     Chinese         9303             50       100
 helps people with HIV inform their sex partners
 or needle-sharing partners that they may have       Vietnamese      9304             50       100
 been exposed to HIV and should be tested            Russian         9305             50       100
 (brochure). English 7/04; Spanish 2/03; all         Polish          9306             50       100
 others 2/04.                                        Laotian         9308             50       100
                                                     Khmer           9331             50       100

 Thinking About Telling: A Story About the           English          9297            50       100
 PartNer Assistance Program (PNAP)* This
                                                     Spanish          9298            50       100
 uses a comic book format to tell the story of
 “Joe,” who learns he is infected with HIV and
 meets with a PNAP counselor (photonovella).
 2/99.

 PNAP: We Can Work to Stop the Spread of HIV.        English          9320            50       100
 Promotes partner notification through the PartNer
                                                     Spanish          9321            50       100
 Assistance Program (PNAP) and refers readers to
 the statewide HIV/AIDS hotline (poster). 8/99.




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HIV Medications and Treatment Adherence
 Title                                                  Language         Code #       Quantity

Staying on Schedule: Tips for Taking Your HIV            English         9236             25     50     100
Medicines.* This booklet educates people with
HIV about treatment adherence -- the importance          Spanish          9240            25     50         100
of taking all HIV medicines as prescribed. It lists
commonly used terms, explains the classes of HIV
medicines, and provides tips for sticking with a
drug regimen (booklet). 10/07.

Staying on Schedule: How to Take Each                    Available only on-line. English is available at:
HIV Medicine.* This companion to the booklet             www.health.state.ny.us/publications/
listed above describes each HIV medicine, shows          staying_on_schedule.pdf
a photo of the drug, and lists the drug’s brand name
and generic name. It lists the dosage and how to         Spanish is available at:
take and store each drug (booklet). 2/08.                www.health.state.ny.us/publications/
                                                         staying_on_schedule_spanish.pdf

Stay on Schedule: Tips for Remembering Your              English         9388             50          100
Medication.* This wallet card is a handy reminder
                                                         Spanish         9389            50           100
for staying with a medication schedule. It provides
10 tips for remembering to take medications on
time, as prescribed (card, size 3.5” x 2”). 4/02.


Managing Side Effects of HIV Medications*                Available only on-line. English is available at:
This booklet describes a wide range of potential         www.health.state.ny.us/publications/9408.pdf
side effects from HIV medications and suggests
ways for managing the most common ones. It
emphasizes the importance of taking all drug
doses as prescribed. The booklet has a separate
tear-out chart with easy-to-read tips on managing
side effects (booklet). 12/06.




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HIV/AIDS Consumer Educational Materials Order Form                                                         18

 AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Plus
 Title                                                Language       Code #      Quantity

 ADAP Plus: Medical Care for People with HIV*         English        9211            50             100
 Describes the ADAP Plus programs, which
 provide free medications, medical care, home         Spanish        9371           50             100
 care, and health insurance for persons living
                                                      French         9372           50             100
 with HIV/AIDS in New York State. The text
 lists eligibility requirements, services covered,
 and how to get services and information if you
 are eligible for Medicaid (brochure). 9/01.

 ADAP Plus. These posters promote the ADAP            English        1040           1         5           25
 Plus programs, which provide free medications,
 medical care, home care, and health insurance        Spanish        1041           1         5            25
 for persons living with HIV/AIDS in New York
                                                      French         1051           1         5           25
 State. They include phone numbers to call for
 more information (poster). 10/01.

 ADAP Plus Point Talk Translators. This flyer
 provides multi-language translations next to
 English text for six key points of the ADAP Plus
 brochure (including eligibility, enrollment, and
 services). It allows case managers, counselors,
 and support staff to read along with clients
 (brochure). 8/00.

 French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian,                       9222           10        25          50
 Spanish.

 Greek, Arabic, Polish, Pular, Creole, Fulfide                       9223           10        25          50

 Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean,                    9224           10        25          50
 Japanese, Tagalog, Hindi.




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19                                                    HIV/AIDS Consumer Educational Materials Order Form

Living with HIV/AIDS
Title                                                     Language        Code #       Quantity
You Are Not Alone.* These anti-stigma posters             Eng/AA/M        9621            10      25   50
emphasize that anyone with HIV deserves respect
and good healthcare treatment. It encourages HIV-         Eng/AA/F        9622            10      25   50
positive persons to call hotline numbers or visit
the NYSDOH websiteto get treatment (poster).              Eng/W/F         9623            10      25   50
4/10.
Abbreviations: Eng = English language; Sp =               Eng/H/M        9625             10      25    50
Spanish language; W = white; AA= African-
American; H = Hispanic; M = male; F= female.              Sp/H/M         9626             10      25    50

You Are Not Alone* (palm card). 4/10.                     English         9624            10      25   50

Alcohol & HIV: A Mix You Can Avoid.*                      English         9609            10      25    50
This booklet explains how heavy alcohol use
can interfere with taking medications on time,            Spanish         9618            10      25    50
practicing safe sex, and leading a healthy life-
style. It discusses alcohol use and liver function
for people with hepatitis C (booklet). 9/08.

MRSA and HIV Infection:                                   English         0212             10     25    50
How to Protect Yourself.* MRSA, a bacterial
infection that can resist antibiotics, can be
dangerous for people with HIV. This fact sheet
details how to recognize MRSA symptoms and
protect yourself from infection (fact sheet). 8/09.

Staying Healthy for Life: A Resource                      Available only on-line
Guide for People with HIV*
This 16-page, web-based booklet explains the              English:
importance of finding medical care, case manage-          www.health.state.ny.us/publications/
ment, and medical insurance soon after diagnosis.         patient_resource_guide.pdf
Web links in the text direct readers to relevant          Spanish:
AIDS Institutute publications, program inform-            www.health.state.ny.us/publications/
ation, and websites of other organizations. An            patient_resource_guide_spanish.pdf
interactive New York State/New York City
map allows readers to click on their locality
and connect to listings of regional HIV-related
services (booklet). 9/08.




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 Living with HIV/AIDS              (continued)
 Title                                                  Language      Code #      Quantity
 How to Get to A Place Called Home:                     English       9547           1         5         25
 A Handbook to Help People Living with
 HIV/AIDS Find Housing in New York City*                Spanish        9551          1         5         25
 This book helps people living with HIV/AIDS
 find a place to live in New York City. It describes
 the types of housing available, explains the process
 of searching for and applying for housing, and lists
 housing programs available in New York City
 (book, 103 pp). 3/06.

 How to Get to A Place Called Home:                     English       9548           1         5         25
 A Handbook to Help People Living with
 HIV/AIDS Find Housing in New York State*               Spanish        9552          1         5          25
 This book helps people living with HIV/AIDS
 find a place to live in New York State. It describes
 the types of housing available, explains the process
 of searching for and applying for housing, and lists
 housing programs available in New York State
 (book, 103 pp). 3/06.

 HIV and Smoking: It’s Time to Live.* This              English       9533           50             100
 booklet explains why it is so important for people
 with HIV/AIDS to quit smoking. It explains how         Spanish        9549          50             100
 HIV and smoking work together to harm the
 immune system and the entire body. Includes
 advice and resources to help readers quit
 (booklet). 3/10.

 HIV and Cancer: What Is the Link?* This                English       9532           50             100
 brochure explains why people with HIV seem to
 get cancer more often than people without HIV.         Spanish       9550           50            100
 It details the kinds of cancer they get and lists
 steps they can take to lower their chances of
 getting cancer (brochure). 4/07.

 Case Management: Helps You Put the Pieces              English       9588               50         100
 Together.* This brochure tells people with
 HIV/AIDS how an HIV/AIDS case manager                  Spanish        9590              50         100
 can help coordinate health care and health
 insurance, help them apply for various services,
 keep appointments, and address substance abuse
 and mental health problems (booklet). 10/07.



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21                                                     HIV/AIDS Consumer Educational Materials Order Form

 Living with HIV/AIDS               (continued)
Title                                                      Language       Code #     Quantity
Good Oral Health Is Important.* This guide                  English        9494         10          25          50
for adults living with HIV/AIDS stresses the
importance of oral health and reviews common                Spanish        9495         10          25          50
oral health problems for people who are HIV
positive. It provides tips for taking care of teeth,
gums, and the mouth (booklet). 3/04.

Oral Health Is Important: A Guide for                       English       9254         10        25          50
Caregivers of Children with HIV Infection.*
This guide provides information about daily                 Spanish       9255          10          25          50
oral health care and how to prevent oral health
problems in infants and children living with HIV
(booklet). English 2/04, Spanish 3/04.

New York State Confidentiality Law and HIV.*                English        9192        1        5          25
This brochure explains confidentiality protections
related to HIV that are provided under New York             Spanish       9193          1       5          25
State Public Health Law (Article 27-F). These
include requirements for reporting HIV test results
(brochure). 5/06.

Taking Care of Ourselves: Mental Health and                 English        9579        10        25          50
People Living with HIV/AIDS.* This booklet
explains why it is so important for people with
HIV/AIDS to get help for mental health problems.
It explains how to find a mental health service
provider and lists resources for finding providers
and more information (booklet). 6/07.

Food, Health, and You: Living with HIV.*                    English       9506          10          25          50
This booklet explains what types of food can help
your health if you have HIV. It also covers how             Spanish       9507          10          25          50
to prepare food and store it safely, food and
HIV medications, and vitamins and nutrition
supplements (booklet). 12/04.

Smoking Stresses Your Immune System.*
Image portrays an individual shouldering a large            English       9581         1        5          25
cigarette to reinforce the fact that HIV-positive
smokers should try to quit smoking (poster).                Spanish       9584          1       5          25
6/07.




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HIV/AIDS Consumer Educational Materials Order Form                                           22

Living with HIV/AIDS              (continued)
Title                                               Language   Code #   Quantity
Too Good to Be True: What You Need to Know          English    9490        10       25       50
to Avoid AIDS Treatment Fraud. This booklet
describes forms of treatment fraud and compares
them with reputable alternatives (booklet). 3/04.

 Safe Food and Water: A Guide for People            English    9343        10      25    50
 with HIV Infection. Explains why people with
 HIV need to be careful about the food and water
 they consume because their immune systems          Spanish    9474        10      25    50
 are prone to infection. The brochure provides
 tips for preparing food and drinks properly to
 reduce the chances of infection. Developed by
 tCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
 (CDC) (brochure). English 3/01; Spanish 5/03.

 Preventing Infections During Travel: A Guide       English    9344       10       25    50
 for People with HIV Infection. Provides tips for
 planning how to protect your health before and     Spanish    9475        10      25    50
 during travel. Developed by the U.S. Centers
 for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
 (brochure). English 3/01; Spanish 5/03.

 You Can Prevent PCP: A Guide for People            English    9340       10       25    50
 with HIV Infection. Provides information
 about preventing and treating pneumocystis         Spanish    9366        10      25    50
 carinii pneumonia, a serious infection among
 adults with HIV. Developed by the U.S. Centers
 for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
 (brochure). English 3/01; Spanish 5/03.

 You Can Prevent PCP in Children with               English    9341       10       25    50
 HIV Infection. Provides information on prevent-
 ing and treating pneumocystis carinii pneumonia,
                                                    Spanish    9472        10      25    50
 a serious infection among children with HIV.
 Developed by the U.S. Centers for Disease
 Control and Prevention (CDC) (brochure).
 English 3/01; Spanish 5/03.

 Preventing Infections from Pets: A Guide for       English    9342       10       25    50
 People with HIV Infection. This brochure lists
 simple precautions to take to prevent the spread   Spanish    9473        10      25    50
 of infections from pets and other animals to
 people living with HIV. Developed by the U.S.
 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 (CDC) (brochure). English 3/01; Spanish 5/03.
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                                       R
                     Health Works CD-ROM Order Form

         Educational Software for Children Grade 4 through Grade 7

 The Health Works CD-ROM was created by the New York State Department of Health to help children

 learn about HIV infection and AIDS. CDs are free of charge to educational and human service agencies in

 New York State. This software runs on both Windows 3.1, ’95 or higher, or Macintosh computer systems. 


 Children can play four interactive computer games: Hospital, Party, School, and Street Corner. During

 each animated scene, players are asked how they would respond to situations similar to those they might

 experience in real life. These questions test their understanding of HIV/AIDS risks and their ability to

 avoid risky behavior. To get advice before answering any questions, players may enlist the help of one 

 or more advisors: Doctor, Teacher, Clergy, Patient, Friend, or AIDS Hotline. Feedback is provided by a

 narrator who corrects any mistaken assumptions and points out the danger when a risky choice is made.

 Positive reinforcement is given for correct answers and choices that support HIV prevention.


 Hospital: Emphasizes scientific facts about HIV transmission.

 Party: Raises issues of sexual responsibility and AIDS.

 School: Focuses on myths of casual transmission.

 Street Corner: Stresses the HIV risks of drug use. 


 Mail to:*
 New York State Department of Health
 Bureau of Health Media and Marketing
 1748 Corning Tower, ESP
 Albany, NY 12237
 * This form should be mailed separately from other materials orders.


                 ADDRESS LABEL (must be completed and returned with order)

     Name ______________________________________________________________________________

     Organization (if applicable) ___________________________________________________________

     Street Address_______________________________________________________________________

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     City _________________________________________ State _____________ Zip _______________

     Phone ________________________       E-mail _____________________________________________




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