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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.

RECENT POSTS

Lost in the mail: USPS changes delay medication delivery

For a person living with HIV, consistently taking their medication is critical and lifesaving. New changes to the U.S. Postal Service are jeopardizing the value and convenience of getting prescriptions by mail.

No deal: Congressional leaders return to constituents empty-handed

Congressional debates over what to include in the COVID-19 relief bill has been the main focus in Washington, D.C., this week. With Congress holding the fate of many who have suffered from the effects of COVID-19, it is now an important time to reach out to your elected officials.
Notes from the Field: Iowa Harm Reduction Coalition is Familiar with How to Support Community Through Crises Like COVID-19

Sarah Ziegenhorn, executive director of the Iowa Harm Reduction Coalition, reflects on how the coalition has weathered the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and what others can learn from their experiences.
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. 
 View all COVID-19 posts 


RELIEF, RECOVERY AND RESILIENCE WEBINARS

SAVE THE DATE for AIDSWatch: The Road to Resiliency!

AIDSWatch: Road to Resiliency will bring together everyone in the HIV field — from funders to activists — to discuss how we sustain our advocacy around ending the HIV epidemic in the United States, amid the COVID-19 pandemic and with a focus on racial justice. Put Sept. 29-30 on your calendars now, and stay tuned for more information to come.


​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

Relief, Recovery & Resilience: HIV, Aging and COVID-19 (slides)



Relief, Recovery & Resilience: Virtual Event Strategies for HIV Organizations


Relief, Recovery & Resilience: Disability Justice and COVID-19 (slides




Relief, Recovery & Resilience: Navigating Pandemics in Communities of Faith 

HOW TO HELP

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.


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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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