HIV Advocacy Network – General Membership Meeting
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California has the tools to end the HIV, STI and hepatitis C epidemics, but we lack a comprehensive statewide plan outlining a path forward. Inequitable funding widens disparities and current plans lack coordination, input and buy-in from key state departments. Although some municipalities are making headway, other parts of our state are being left behind, and California lags other states addressing HIV, HCV and STIs in all counties.
We need a statewide plan to end the HIV, hep C and STI epidemics. We need your support to reach elected officials.
In the midst of an unprecedented opioid epidemic, we can’t wait to take bold action to save lives. It’s time for San Francisco to move forward with an evidence-based and compassionate response to the overdose epidemic.
Urge San Francisco to move forward with these life-saving public health interventions.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 2, 2019 — US District Judge Gerald A McHugh ruled just hours ago...
Activists Luisa Rivera and Harry Breaux share how they got involved in HIV activism, and how they are sparking change by sharing their stories.
A new regulation expands criteria that can be used to determine whether an immigrant is or is likely to be a public charge based on their use of public programs for food, housing and health care.
In late June, Governor Newsom signed his first state budget after months of negotiation with the legislature. Here’s how our budget agenda fared and what it means about California’s progress on ending the epidemics.
The 2019-20 Budget signed today by Governor Newsom includes limited investments in HIV, HCV and STDs, despite an escalating public health crisis impacting the state's most vulnerable residents.
San Francisco AIDS Foundation expresses deep disappointment that California Assembly Bill (AB) 362 is not proceeding this legislative cycle.
Task Force recommends that clinicians offer PrEP to individuals at high risk for HIV acquisition.
Gilead Sciences, Inc. will donate pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) medication for up to 200,000 people per year for up to 11 years.