The CDC has declared HIV a winnable battle. Does your staff have the skills to get us there?
Thanks to advances in research, we now have a broad array of highly effective strategies that make ending HIV possible. From treatment as prevention to pre-exposure prophylaxsis (PrEP),
we’ve never been better positioned than we are today.
Whether you’re an administrator or a direct service provider, we’re here for you. Capacity building assistance from Getting to Zero is available free of charge for community-based organizations that provide HIV prevention services! And requesting capacity building assistance is easy!
AIDS United is here to help.
From our scores of current grantees and policy coalition members, to our extensive network of exceptional partners, including The Bridging Group, Christie’s Place, Harm Reduction Coalition, Health Equity Institute, JRI Health, GMHC, and Ribbon Consulting Group — AIDS United brings together the broadest possible network of experts to the fight. This, coupled with our expert Getting to Zero staff who come from and are responsive to the needs of communities most affected by HIV, and the choice is clear: We’re your partner to get to zero.
Learn more about Getting to Zero here.
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