The Fenway Institute Recruiting For Study On Alcohol Use And HIV

The Fenway Institute and Brown University are working together on the next phase of the groundbreaking study, Project ReACH—and we are looking for volunteers to continue this important research. Funded by the National Institutes of Health, Project ReACH examines the effects of alcohol on the health of men who have sex with men (MSM) living with HIV.

Participants will complete an initial interview, which will last up to four hours, and shorter interviews six and 12 months later. Participants will receive brief counseling and advice regarding their drinking conducted through videoconferencing, and may receive text messages about alcohol use and health. Please note that you do not have to be interested in changing your drinking to participate. Participants will be compensated up to $210 for completing all visits for Project ReACH.

To be eligible for participation, individuals must be cisgender men, at least 18 years old, and able to commit to a year-long study. To learn more about Project ReACH, and to find out if you might be eligible, please call study staff at Fenway Health at 857.313.6674.

 

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