Main | Tuesday, January 30, 2007, a new collaborative website from APLA and GMHC has been launched to combat the crystal meth epidemic.

From the press release: AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) and Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) today announced the launch of , an online resource to help gay and bisexual men better understand crystal meth and how it impacts physical, mental and sexual health. builds on both agencies’ growing portfolio of resources and programs confronting widespread use of the drug in gay communities.

The site features an interactive “drag and drop” feature by which users can ask a series of questions of a crystal ball to receive information about reducing risk, accessing health resources and connecting with other community members. The information provided is a combination of up-to-date medical language, candid talk and humor to engage visitors and inspire their thinking about use of the highly addictive drug.

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