Caring for people with HIV is my passion

In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we asked a few women at San Francisco AIDS Foundation to share why they’re passionate about serving women clients—and everyone—living with HIV.
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Honoring the women we serve at San Francisco AIDS Foundation

We renew our commitment to serving women living with and at risk for HIV today and to supporting women who continue leading efforts to end this epidemic.
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She fought for HIV-positive women in the early years of HIV

In the 1990s, Dawn Averitt recognized the immense need for women-specific HIV treatment information and advocacy, and decided to do something about it.
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Trans women need better HIV services, and they also need good jobs

A budget request would provide $2 million in funding to programs that provide training and job opportunities trans women in California—in addition to linking to HIV treatment and prevention services.
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Restoring dignity, confidence and hope: A focus on the fight for Black women

TransLife and Black Health Center of Excellence provide social and community support that help women connect to resources to manage their health.
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