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Burning Tree
PO Box 757
Kaufman, TX 75142
Provides relapse prevention programs specializing in long-term residential drug and alcohol treatment for adults with a relapse history.

Women Organized to Respond to Life Threatening Diseases (WORLD)
414 13th St., 2nd floor
Oakland, CA 94612
Advocacy group. Produces a newsletter written by and for HIV+ women and women with AIDS. Information and referrals.

CorrectHELP
1223 Wilshire BLVD #905
Santa Monica, CA 90403
Works to improve the treatment of prisoners living with HIV/AIDS.

Prisoners with AIDS Rights Advocacy Organization
Po Box 2161
Jonesboro, GA 30237
Offers support, educational materials, and referrals for prisoners with HIV/AIDS.

National Black Women’s Health Project
1237 Abernathy Blvd SW
Atlanta, GA 30310
Health information (medical, social, political) available for African American women. Write for newsletter.

POZ
PO Box 417
Mt Morris, IL 61054
Magazine about living with HIV. Free subscriptions to prisoners.

POZ En Espanol
Little West 12th street, 6th floor
New York, NY 10014
Spanish version of POZ magazine.

National Asian Women’s Health Organization
250 Montgomery St #410
San Francisco, CA 94104
Resources, referrals, newsletter, fact sheets.

National Latina Health organization
PO Box 7547
Oakland, Ca 94601
Resources, referrals, newsletter, fact sheets. Info in English and Spanish.

Oberlin Action against Prisons
PO Box 285
Oberlin, OH 44704
Activist group that produces a free health packet for women prisoners.

American Diabetes Association
ATTN: Customer service
1701 North Beauregard Street
Alexandria, VA 22311
Free packets for diabetics. Includes information about the disease, diet, and exercise.

Women for Sobriety
PO Box 618
Quakertown, PA 18951
Information and woman-centered approach to drug and alcohol recovery. Pen-pal program.

Alcoholic Anonymous
Grand Central Station
PO Box 459
NY, NY 10163
12 step program for recovery of alcohol abuse. There is a charge for booklets.

Narcotics Anonymous
World Service Office
PO Box 9999
Van Nuys, CA 91409
12 step program for recovery of drub abuse. There is a charge for booklets.

Project for Older Prisoners (POPS)
c/o Jonathan Turley
National Law Center
2000 H St. NW
Washington, DC 20052
Information for older prisoners.

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