The C-FREE Study is implemented in collaboration with local Community-Based-Organizations providing harm-reduction services for key populations.
Raks Thai Foundation (Mueang Samut Prakan District, Samut Prakan Province)
Raks Thai Foundation (RTF) was established on August 15, 1997, as a Thai successor to CARE International (Thailand) in promoting strong communities and assisting the disadvantaged in society. "Health promotion and prevention of HIV/AIDS." is one of the objectives.
Association to Promote to Health and Social Support (APASS) (Phasi Charoen Districts, Bangkok and Pattani Province)
A non-profit organization that aims to create opportunities and reduce inequality among vulnerable groups such as drug users, migrants, and LGBT. APASS is working to reduce the number of people affected and the harm-reduction substance abuse as well as promoting and developing the quality of life of drug users.
Ozone Foundation (Mueang Nonthaburi District, Nonthaburi Province)
A local non-profit organization providing health and social services by applying the concept of harm reduction to develop strategies and service models for clients who experienced substance abuse, including their close ones. The C-FREE-CSEA service provided under this agreement is one of the core services within the health and social services offered at Ozone Foundation.
Care Team Songkhla (Chana District, Songkhla Province)
Work to end AIDS among the population that uses drugs by injection. They are providing harm-reduction services for people who use drugs in Songkhla Province by putting the service recipient at the center of analyzing the situations and their needs and helping recipients make independent voluntary choices. They work by using a humanitarian and public health perspective.
Give Hope Group (Mae Ramat District, Tak Province)
A civil society working to identify drug users, especially injection users. When you encounter drug users, they will stick around and get familiar with the members, leading to persuasion to enter the voluntary treatment system. If any member wishes to undergo a disease examination, they will help to ensure that members receive health services without discrimination.
ACTTEAM (Khon Kaen Province)
ACTTEAM, operating under STAR project and supported by Global Fund, to stop AIDS in men who have sex with men (MSM) group, transgender women, male sex workers, and injection drug users are screened for HIV, sexually transmitted diseases, and hepatitis C. As well as providing harm-reduction services by supporting a set of clean needle equipment, condoms, and lubricant.
People For Change Group (Chiang Rai Province)
They committed to working on harm-reduction services with access, understanding, and non-discrimination. Provide information services health counseling, and referral for treatment of sexually transmitted diseases hepatitis B and C In the area of Chiang Rai province.