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Active Engagements - Make Your Voice Heard!

We have the science and tools to end the HIV epidemic, but every year, more than 45,000 people still contract HIV. Act now and let legislators know that they represent constituents who stand up and take a leadership role in HIV/AIDS issues! We made it easy. Make your voice heard today by clicking on the “Act Now” button and follow the simple steps to send a pre-written, editable letter to your elected officials.

The Trans Community Will Not Be Erased!

President Trump is considering another attack on the rights of the transgender community. Join us in speaking out against this hateful policy.

Tell HHS Secretary Alex Azar that this policy must be scrapped immediately!





Hands Off HIV Funding!

The Trump administration is planning to remove $266 million in Fiscal Year 2018 funding to pay for the detention of immigrant children, with at least $9.5 million of that money originally belonging to HIV programs..

Tell Congress that there is zero tolerance for using federal HIV funds to detain immigrant children by filling out our action alert right now!





Protect the ACA & Patient Navigators!

In July, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced they would be cutting the budget for the ACA’s Exchange Navigator Program by nearly 70% - gutting a central component of the ACA. ACA Navigators guide consumers through a sometimes complicated and intimidating health insurance marketplace enrollment process. Last year, HIV advocates banded together to oppose attempts by Congress and the Trump administration to dismantle the ACA. Unfortunately, our victory last year in preserving the ACA means little if we allow the Trump administration and Congress to undermine it without contest now.

Protect the ACA by asking Congress to support the ACA Navigator program!



Stop The U.S. Military's Proposed HIV Ban

Last year, the Trump administration attacked the rights of transgender Americans by proposing a ban on transgender military service. This year, they have broadened the scope of their discrimination, proposing new policies that would effectively ban anyone living with HIV from serving in the U.S. military. Should it be enforced, this “deploy or be removed policy” would result in the discharge of roughly 1,200 servicemembers living with HIV, and the ban on civilians living with HIV joining the military would be reinforced. It is up to us to ensure that people living with HIV have the ability to serve without limitation or qualification.

Tell the Trump administration to stop discriminating against service members living with HIV!






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