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01/18/2011
State of the Art, Inc. completes five-site quantitative evaluation of "Sober, Safe and Satisfied: Negotiating for Sobriety and Safer Sex"
01/05/2011
“Wretches & Jabberers” partners with Autism Society to commemorate National Autism Awareness Month in April 2011 with nationwide theatrical release
07/15/2010
"Wretches & Jabberers": Roadtrip Film Sheds Personal Light on the Global Face of Autism
03/03/2010
"Just add SPICE," SOTA's new NIH-funded health program for parents of children 3-6 prepares to launch
12/02/2009
"SOBER, SAFE & SATISFIED: Negotiating for Sobriety and Safer Sex in New Relationships" prepares to launch
11/12/2008
"Struggling in Silence" wins 2008 International Health & Medical Media Award
08/12/2008
Two Finalists for 2008 International Health & Medical Media Awards
05/01/2008
"Men Get Depression" airs on public television
05/15/2007
"Managing Heart Disease"
Proven Effective by Research Evaluation
11/01/2006
"My Future My Plan" Proven Effective
09/13/2006
"Code Blue" Public Service Campaign Addresses Number-One Cancer Killer: Lung Cancer
05/20/2006
“Autism is a World” Receives Henry Hampton Award from the Council on Foundations
02/01/2006
"Men and Women Managing Heart Disease" Small Business Innovation Research Grants
05/09/2005
“Autism is a World” Receives Media Excellence Award from Autism Society of America
04/28/2005
CNN’s Oscar®-Nominated Film ‘Autism Is a World’ Makes TV Debut
01/25/2005
“Autism Is A World” Nominated for Academy Award®
 
 State of the Art, Inc. completes five-site quantitative evaluation of "Sober, Safe and Satisfied: Negotiating for Sobriety and Safer Sex"

01/18/11

SOBER, SAFE & SATISFIED: Negotiating for Sobriety and Safer Sex in New Relationships

State of the Art, Inc. has just completed a five-site quantitative evaluation of Sober, Safe and Satisfied: Negotiating for Sobriety and Safer Sex (SSS) program involving 260 men at substance abuse treatment centers across the U.S.

SSS is a NIDA funded, computer-based, HIV/AIDS prevention program designed to support gay men in recovery from substance abuse as they build new intimate relationships founded on sobriety and safer sex.

The research sites include The Friends Research Institute in Los Angeles, Pride Institute in Minneapolis, Howard Brown Health Center in Chicago, Walden House Inc., in San Francisco, and the LGBT Center in New York. Results of the study will be announced in mid-February. Presently, State of the Art, Inc is seeking partners to collaborate in the widest possible national distribution campaign of the SSS intervention.

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