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Get to Know Ten Leaders Making Waves in the South

Today AIDS United announced the second cohort of the Southern HIV Impact Fund Leadership Development Program aimed at better equipping ten leaders to respond to the challenges t¬hat HIV poses to the region and ensure the long-term sustainability of the leaders themselves, their organizations and our movement. With a focus on expanding professional networks and improving leaders’ skills, knowledge and resilience, the year-long program provides specialized support tailored to individual goals.


Testimony of AIDS United CEO Jesse Milan, Jr. on Fiscal Year 2020 HIV Appropriations

AIDS United Fiscal Year 2020 Testimony prepared for the House Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies


550+ Advocates Gather For AIDSWatch in D.C. to Meet with Members of Congress as Struggle to End HIV Gains Renewed Focus

Washington, D.C. – AIDSWatch, the largest federal HIV advocacy event in the country., will kick off today in Washington, D.C. as the movement to end the epidemic reaches a critical juncture. Presenting sponsor, The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, and organized by AIDS United, with U.S. PLHIV Caucus and Treatment Access Expansion Project, this year’s event will bring more than 550 advocates from 40 states, DC, and Puerto Rico to the nation’s capital to meet with members of Congress to discuss what is needed to end the HIV epidemic within the decade.


AIDS United Statement on DOJ Filing in Support of Decision to Strike Down ACA

The following is a statement from AIDS United on the Department of Justice’s filing with the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that the lower court’s ruling should be affirmed in the Texas v. United States health care lawsuit:


AIDS United Response to Appointment of New PACHA Members

The following is a statement from AIDS United on the appointment of nine new members to the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA)


Partnership to End HIV, STDs, and Hepatitis Statement on President Trump’s FY2020 Budget Request

We welcome the President’s request for $291 million in increased funding for HIV prevention, care and treatment at CDC, HRSA's Ryan White Program and Community Health Centers, and the Indian Health Service. At the same time, we are troubled by proposed cuts to other health, housing, and safety net programs, particularly the $63 million cut to the Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS (HOPWA) program, which provides critical housing support for people living with HIV. We are also disappointed with proposed cuts to PEPFAR, a program through which the U.S. has provided essential leadership in the global fight against this epidemic.


The Partnership to End HIV, STDs, and Hepatitis Testimony for HHS Listening Session on the National HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis Strategies

Ending these epidemics will require a robust and integrated health care system as well as broader access to comprehensive health care coverage free from discrimination. Now more than ever, investment in public health programs is critical for reaching the goals of the NHAS and the Action Plan.


Automatic Continuing Resolutions Threaten Nation’s Progress on HIV, STDs, and Hepatitis

In response to the recent government shutdown, some in Congress have proposed an automatic continuing resolution (ACR) to ensure government functions. While we applaud efforts to avoid future shutdowns, we believe an ACR would do more harm than good, putting funding for the nation’s public health and discretionary programs at risk and undermining Congress’ essential role in appropriating and setting national priorities.


AIDS United Stands in Support of Safer Consumption Spaces in the United States

The following is a statement from AIDS United Vice President for Policy and Advocacy William McColl in response to reports that the Justice Department has filed suit in a Pennsylvania Federal Court, seeking to prevent the opening of a first-of-its-kind safer consumption site (also known as supervised injection facility), in Philadelphia:


AIDS United and 21 HIV Groups Urge Trump to Honor SOTU Commitment

We are cautiously encouraged by the President's call during his State of the Union remarks to end HIV transmissions by 2030; however, this goal is achievable only with hard work and the appropriate investment of resources.

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