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New York, NY: Part-time counselor/case manager wanted for Harm Reduction Drop-in Center for homeless youth in the Lower East Side. 60% of 31k, full benefits. Hours: Wednesday & Friday 10:00am-4:00pm, Thursday 1:00-10:00pm. Requirements: comprehensive experience, team player, comfort working in an environment balancing low-threshold engagement services with clinically-based counseling and syringe exchange with young IVDU's under age 24. Send resume to Stacey Rubin at srubin@safehorizon.org or fax to (212) 695-2317.

Washington, DC: The Lindesmith Center-Drug Policy Foundation is looking for a Web Developer/Content Manager. Requirements: An experienced Website developer with strong skills in (at least) HTML, well as develop Web strategies and direction for a highly dynamic and comprehensive information/activist-oriented Website. To apply, please e-mail your cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and the URLs for any web sites you've designed to jirwin@drugpolicy.org.

Grand Rapids, MI: HIV/AIDS Services, Inc., a small nonprofit, is looking for a full-time Outreach Coordinator. Responsibilities include primary day-to-day operation of needle exchange program, approximately 75% of time. Additional responsibilities include recruitment, training and scheduling of volunteers for other agency HIV prevention efforts to MSM, IDU, and HRH populations, with focus on minorities and youth. For job requirements or to apply contact Jan Koopman, Program Director, (616) 456-9063 or fax to (616) 456-9075.

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Issue #176, 3/9/01 Interview with Steve Kubby | Puerto Rico: Battle Over Island Drug Czar Exposes Fault Lines on Drug Policy | Follow That Story: Harried Thai Government Plans National Summit on Meth Use, Policy Prescriptions Go In All Directions | Conference on the Drug War and People with Disabilities Convenes in Arkansas | European Study of Teen Drug Use Suggests Impact of Drug Policy is: (A) Paradoxical (B) Irrelevant | Marijuana in the Statehouse: Good News and Bad News for Medical Marijuana and Decrim as Legislatures Go To Work | Marijuana Legalization Initiative Rises Again in Michigan, Personal Responsibility Amendment Petition Drive to Kick-Off at Ann Arbor Hash Bash | Job Listings: New York, DC, Michigan | The Reformer's Calendar | Editorial: Thinking About Drug Policy
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