Project Alliance is seeking participants for a study that will test a new telephone-administered intervention to reduce depressive symptoms in rural persons living with HIV/AIDS. This study is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and is designed specifically for persons living with HIV/AIDS in small towns and rural areas. All participants will be asked to complete a small number of surveys and one-half of participants will participate in nine weekly intervention sessions over the telephone with highly trained mental health professionals to improve their life quality. Regardless of the condition to which the participant is assigned, all participants can earn up to $465.00 if they participate fully in the study. Interested individuals should contact Project Alliance staff at 1-877-665-0288 (toll free) or by e-mail at for more information. This project is offered by the Center for Telemedicine Research and Interventions (CENTRI) at the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention
Indiana University
801 East Seventh Street
Bloomington, IN 47405-3085
(812)855-1718 voice
(812)855-3717 fax