Select Site 
Blog

Sort By:
Title
Blog Date


JUL31

National HIV/AIDS Strategy 2.0 Unveiled at Morehouse School of Medicine

At the beginning of an hours-long symposium held at Morehouse School or Medicine, the Office of National AIDS Policy Director unveiled the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated To 2020. Minutes prior, President Obama signed an executive orderlaunching the new updated strategy and directing federal agencies to implement it. The executive order and updated strategy encompass previous executive orders on the HIV Care Continuum Initiative and recommendations of the Federal Interagency Working Group on the Intersection of HIV/AIDS, Violence against Women and Girls, and Gender-Related Health Disparities. Addressing the gathering in a video, the President said:

Posted By: AIDS United Policy Department - Friday, July 31, 2015


JUL29

Missions Align, Improving Access and Fighting Disparities to End the HIV Epidemic

The synergy between WellCare and AIDS United is clear – and I’m thrilled that our goals so closely align. An investment in AIDS United’s work to end the HIV epidemic will help expand access to health care for people who need it most. Not only is it the right thing to do, it is a sound investment for WellCare, a company that is truly committed to improving the health of our communities.

Posted By: Dr. Robert “Bobby” Hilliard, Jr., AIDS United Trustee - Wednesday, July 29, 2015


JUL27

Connection & Inspiration: The 2015 Access to Care Convening

In mid-June, AIDS United brought together representatives from its Access to Care and Retention in Care initiatives for the fifth and final Access to Care Convening. Representatives from partner organizations came from across the country to meet in Washington DC, to share successes and challenges, to discuss lessons learned from the ground-breaking initiatives, to hear presentations on the national evaluation documenting the positive impact of their work for people living with HIV, and to celebrate the connections and collaboration that have been fostered over the years.

Posted By: Erin Nortrup, Senior Program Manager - Access to Care, AIDS United - Monday, July 27, 2015


JUL22

Peers Reduce Isolation and Barriers to Care

When I first came to this country from Haiti it was really hard to find someone to talk to. I worked with a Peer from [a similar agency] that would come to my house. We would write down everything I wanted to discuss with my doctor. Then he would go with me to my doctor’s appointment and share what we had written down. It was very helpful.

Posted By: Patrick Lucien, Peer Advocate, AIDS Action Committee - Wednesday, July 22, 2015


JUL16

AIDS United: Making the Promise a Reality

For almost three decades, AIDS United has supported community-driven responses to the HIV epidemic around the country that reach the nation’s most disproportionately affected people, including gay and bisexual men, communities of color, women, people living in the Deep South, people struggling with substance abuse, those living in poverty, and people living with HIV/AIDS.

Posted By: AIDS United - Thursday, July 16, 2015


APR22

At the Intersection of Health & Social Justice: the Transgender Health Summit 2015

The collective energy and excitement among participants at the 2015 Transgender Health Summit was obvious upon our arrival. During the opening plenary, we learned that the due to community demand, the conference had nearly doubled in attendance since the previous conference. This growth parallels the long overdue attention to the needs and realities of transgender people in the US in regards to HIV prevention and treatment. AIDS United served as a sponsor of the event, and I felt proud to be a part of a team that added to the success of this important gathering.

Posted By: Maura Riordan, Vice President of Access & Innovation, AIDS United - Wednesday, April 22, 2015


APR02

Exchanging More than Needles: The Point of Replicating a Harm Reduction Housing Model

We, The Open Door, Inc., are ecstatic to announce our new partnerships, due to the generous support from AIDS United and MAC AIDS Fund! As a part of the Retention in Care portfolio, The Open Door, Inc. planned to aid other individuals or organizations in starting their own harm reduction, housing first program in two different cities.

Posted By: Christina Farmartino, MPH, Executive Director, and Joseph Hough, Social Work Intern, The Open Door, Inc. - Thursday, April 02, 2015


MAR09

Sheroes Provide Hope

During the week of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we celebrate that we have supported over 1,300 women who were out of HIV care services or newly diagnosed connect to HIV medical care through our Access to Care initiatives. Women frequently balance multiple competing demands—caring not just for themselves, but for children, partners, and other family members; sometimes their own care can falls by the wayside. National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is the perfect time to acknowledge and celebrate the critical role peer navigators play in walking alongside these women and helping to create a path to care that is personalized and realistic.

Posted By: Erin Nortrup, Senior Program Manager - Access to Care, AIDS United - Monday, March 09, 2015


DEC11

A Day at The Damien Center

A woman has visited the food pantry and now waits for her appointment in the medical clinic. One patient is learning about health insurance options while the partner of an individual living with HIV is learning about preventive medications. The testing center is busy, helping clients learn their status and explore different prevention methods.

Posted By: Kimberly Reynolds, Marketing Manager, Damien Center - Thursday, December 11, 2014


SEP29

Medical AIDS Outreach: Using Telemedicine to Reach Rural Alabama

Medical AIDS Outreach (MAO) of Alabama was recently honored to be featured as part of the Social Innovation Fund (SIF) Investment Spotlight during the Grantee Convening in Washington DC on September 17th and 18th. Further, we were thrilled when our project was selected as one of 11 programs featured at the What Works Showcase at the White House on September 19th. It was a great opportunity to demonstrate how Medical AIDS Outreach of Alabama and our collaborating partners at AIDS Action Coalition and Whatley Health Services have used SIF backing to move medical and support services, using High Definition telemedicine technology, to underserved poverty stricken counties in Alabama.

Posted By: Michael Murphree, LCSW, CEO Medical AIDS Outreach of Alabama - Monday, September 29, 2014



12
Page size:
select


The end of
HIV and AIDS is insight

Take Action Today.

Please click here to make a tax-deductible donation today.


Thank you for contacting DC Web Designers. We will be in touch shortly.

ERROR: Message Not Sent!