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The HIV Community & COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds across the world, the HIV community has been grappling with unique uncertainty and fear in this unprecedented health crisis. Some of us might be experiencing trauma from the constant news about COVID-19 or are feeling retraumatized from our past experiences with HIV. The AIDS United team is continuing to develop resources, activities and initiatives that address the HIV epidemic during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We want you to know that you are not alone.


AIDS United Launches Webinar Series to Support HIV Community Resilience Amid COVID-19 Pandemic (Español)

AIDS United will host a series of webinar conversations geared toward addressing the continued impacts of COVID-19 on the HIV community and movement. Called “Relief, Recovery and Resilience,” this webinar series will bring together people and organizations from across the HIV community to share expertise, experiences and resources to continue to support people living with and affected by HIV amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

"House Set To Vote on Latest COVID-19 Relief Bill"

The House of Representatives is gearing up for a vote on the latest relief package aimed at addressing the widespread economic and health care impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic despite the bill's chances of becoming law in its current form being virtually nonexistent. The bill, known as the HEROES Act, is the opening entry from House Democrats in what will certainly be a highly partisan fight over the contents of the 5th piece of federal COVID-19 relief legislation, which emerges at a time when The White House has shifted its focus from the health of US citizens to the health of the US economy, all but abdicating its responsibility for monitoring testing and treatment of the virus to the states.

"Notes from the Field: CrescentCare’s work to Support the New Orleans HIV Community Through the COVID-19 Crisis"

Much like organizations across the country, the onset of COVID-19 turned everything “completely upside down” for the staff of CrescentCare but it has not slowed down the pace and urgency of their work. 

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HIV, Aging and COVID-19

Join us July 16 at 3 p.m. EDT for “HIV, Aging and COVID-19” the next topic in our webinar series aimed at sustaining recovery and resilience among the HIV community as we navigate COVID-19 together. Register now

​Previous Webinars:

Relief, Recovery & Resilience: ASO Needs and Next Steps Navigating COVID-19 (slides)

Relief, Recovery & Resilience: Navigating Times of Uncertainty -- Contingency Planning and Rapid Response for CBOs


AIDS United has fought to make sure the communities most impacted by HIV — including gay and bisexual men, communities of color, women, people who use drugs, and people living in the Deep South — have access to high-quality, affordable health care. COVID-19, and our nation’s response to it, threatens to undo much of that progress. That’s why we’re working to equip our partners in the field with the tools they need to sustain and continue their work.

You can help. Your donation will support programming, like the Relief, Recovery and Resilience webinar series, designed to build the resilience of grassroots organizations across the country as they directly serve people and populations at greatest risk.

Donate now.



Jesse Milan Jr. Delivers Keynote Address at AMSA Convention 2020

CDC’s Dr. Jonathan Mermin addresses COVID-19 & HIV at AIDSWatch 2020 



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