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We have the science and tools to end the HIV epidemic, but every year, roughly 40,000 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 the action alert(s) below to follow the simple steps to send a pre-written, editable letter to your elected officials.

People Living with HIV Need Coronavirus Protections
With the recent emergence of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 in the United States, many people living with HIV are understandably concerned about how this virus may affect them and the communities they call home. Such concerns are unavoidable with an outbreak of a new virus, but many of them are rooted not in the impact of COVID-19 itself, but in the failure of our governments and of society to provide the basic care and services we need to feel protected and safe.

Tell Congress that the health and safety of the entire nation, but particularly those of us living with HIV, rests in the hands of a comprehensive response to the COVID-19 epidemic, and the time to act is now.

Protect Medicaid
Medicaid is a critical part of ending the HIV epidemic. About 40% of people currently in care for HIV are covered through the program. The Trump administration's decision to allow block grants (regardless of what they call them) will drastically decrease health care access for the most vulnerable among us.

Send an email to your state's governor now. Tell them to reject any health care policies that force the state to choose whether to use a limited amount of funding to treat one group with a chronic disease over another.

Access to PrEP
Preexposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is the use of an anti-HIV medication by HIV negative individuals to prevent future acquisition of HIV. PrEP is a critical component in ending the HIV epidemic in the United States. We need your help to make sure Congress passes legislation to guarantee the availability and affordability of PrEP. 

Send an email to your member of Congress asking them to fund access to affordable PrEP to help end the HIV Epidemic!

Keep families together
Brian Hastings, chief of law enforcement operations at the U.S. Custom and Border Patrol recently said the agency separates families at the border based on HIV status. The agency later clarified that family separations based on HIV status happen only "on a case-by-case basis."  There is no legal, medical, or ethical justification for separating families based on HIV status.

Call your senators today and tell them that HIV must not be used as a shield for a discriminatory immigration policy.

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