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DEC23

AmeriCorps Recognizes National Transgender Day of Remembrance

Supporting people through social support, friendship and connections, help navigating resources, and letting everyone know they are valuable is my contribution to the fight against HIV.

Posted By: Kristoffer Van Wart, AIDS United AmeriCorps Team New Mexico - Tuesday, December 23, 2014


DEC17

World AIDS Day 2014: A Week of AmeriCorps Activities in Atlanta

As a Member on the newest team in the AIDS United AmeriCorps Program, I celebrated World AIDS Day through service! In three days my four team members and I provided nearly 200 HIV tests and gave four school presentations all around Atlanta. Because young people aged 13-25 are disproportionately impacted by HIV/AIDS in Atlanta, we focused our outreach at youth.

Posted By: Alex Montgomery, AIDS United AmeriCorps Team Atlanta - Wednesday, December 17, 2014


DEC16

Recognizing World AIDS Day in Cleveland

“1 in 5 people with HIV don’t know they have it, get tested, get care.” This was the message communicated by Team Cleveland on World AIDS Day. Clear and concise, the message stood out against our bright yellow shirts and caught the eye of the morning commuters passing by.

Posted By: Allison Ham, AIDS United AmeriCorps Team Cleveland - Tuesday, December 16, 2014


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


DEC10

SMYAL has #PrideInPrevention

SMYAL (Supporting and Mentoring Youth Advocates and Leaders) empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth in the Washington, DC metropolitan region. Through youth leadership, SMYAL creates opportunities for LGBTQ youth to build self-confidence, develop critical life skills, and engage their peers and community through service and advocacy, including learning to become leaders in addressing the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Posted By: Sultan Shakir, Executive Director, SMYAL - Wednesday, December 10, 2014


DEC02

Hispanic Black Gay Coalition has #PrideInPrevention

The Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC) works to inspire and empower Hispanic, Latino, and Black LGBTQ communities to improve their lives through activism, education, outreach and counseling. Since 2009, we have worked to bring culturally grounded services and programs to the Greater Boston area. Some of our programs involve youth leadership development, support for survivors of partner abuse, identity support groups, and Gay-Straight Alliance support. Although HBGC is not a direct AIDS Service Organization (ASO), we believe all of our services and programs are preventative in nature and exist to empower and uplift those most at-risk for HIV/AIDS.

Posted By: Corey Yarbrough, Executive Director, Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC) - Tuesday, December 02, 2014


DEC01

A World AIDS Day Conversation: Darlene Nipper and Michael Kaplan

Darlene Nipper, National LGBTQ Task Force Deputy Executive Director with Michael Kaplan, President & CEO of AIDS United, discuss challenges and opportunities to end the HIV epidemic on World AIDS Day.

Posted By: AIDS United - Monday, December 01, 2014


DEC01

Make World AIDS Day A Day of Action!

Today, another World AIDS Day will come and go, just like the 25 before it. For too many people, the HIV epidemic has simply become static noise - another year, another World AIDS Day, the same old epidemic.

Posted By: Michael Kaplan, President & CEO, AIDS United - Monday, December 01, 2014


NOV10

Midterm Election Results: What They Mean for HIV

The 2014 election results have reordered the political landscape at the national level and in states across the country – but what does it mean for the future of HIV policy?

Posted By: AIDS United Policy Department - Monday, November 10, 2014


OCT23

Transforming Services, Transforming the Epidemic: Embracing Trauma-Informed Care at Christie's Place

An oasis. A beacon of hope. A safe space. Just a few phrases that describe what Christie’s Place is for hundreds of women living with HIV in San Diego, CA. Serving the San Diego community since 1996, Christie’s Place is a small nonprofit health and human service agency that has been recognized as a national leader in delivering gender-responsive services through innovative models of care in a region where most HIV-specific resources are targeted to HIV-positive men. With a staff of 21 and significant volunteer support, Christie’s Place provides a safety net to address the complex and unique challenges faced by women, children and families impacted by HIV/AIDS, which often keep them from seeking care and/or staying in care.

Posted By: Erin Falvey, Clinical Manager, Christie's Place - Thursday, October 23, 2014



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