End the Epidemics Voter Mobilization Training
The upcoming 2020 election is shaping up to be the most important…
Since the early days of the HIV epidemic, AIDS activists have mobilized to fight for funding, equality and our lives. We’re applying that legacy to the modern-day context by bringing community activists together to advocate for critical policies that affect us all. Make your voice heard and join us today.
Thousands of people are taking action right from their phones. From you mobile phone, sign up by texting “RESIST” to 52886 from a mobile device, and we’ll text you easy ways to sign petitions, submit comments about proposed legislation, and more. (You can opt out at any time.)
Fight for healthcare, HIV funding, harm reduction policies and other critical social justice issues as part of our HIV Advocacy Network (HAN). Join our email list and get updates about policy decisions that threaten our communities and learn about how you can make a difference.
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.
Five long-term survivors outline the challenges they face and demands for inclusion, resources, and treatment that addresses the specific needs related to aging with HIV.
Researchers, practitioners, and activists are talking about systemic bias in public health and our medical systems, and are providing ideas on how to incorporate anti-racist frameworks into the HIV response.
Andrew Jolivette, PhD, calls on the queer community to truly center Black and Indigenous queer, trans and Two-Spirit people in solidarity and kinship.
Leaders in the LGBTQ movement call for structural change, for divestment of police resources and reinvestment in communities.
Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act has been the core element of protection for vulnerable populations across the country including the LGBTQ community.
In light of increasing syphilis rates, SB 932 would authorize HIV counselors to perform an inexpensive, quick and effective syphilis test – allowing patients to receive better care.
En “grupos” de transmisión, la transmisión de VIH ocurre a tasas de hasta 33 veces el promedio nacional. Los programas de salud pública y del gobierno deben encontrar maneras de invertir en hacer llegar los servicios de
In transmission “clusters”, HIV transmission occurs at rates up to 33 times the national average. Public health and government programs must find ways to invest in reaching Latinx communities with HIV services.