And May 19 is Hepatitis Testing Day!
Join us in raising awareness about the prevention, screening, care and treatment for hepatitis B and hepatitis C. As many as 5.3 million people are living with viral hepatitis in the U.S. Most of them do not know they are infected. Learn more about tools you can use to educate yourself and others during May:
The project uses digital storytelling to raise awareness of the stages of the HIV care continuum. It features personal stories of five HIV-positive, gay black men who are living healthy lives with HIV.
Visit Positive Spin to:
- Watch the stories
- Find resources
- Join the conversation on social media at #mypositivespin
The National HIV/AIDS Strategy is updated to 2020, provides the nation with a roadmap for responding to the epidemic.
- Watch: Dr. Amy Lansky, Acting Director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy, discusses what keeps her passionate about her work and how we can all work to implement the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
- Use the Community Action Plan Framework to identify steps your organization or community can take to advance the Strategy locally.
- Read the latest news about NHAS implementation efforts
HHS has released new guidance about the use of federal funds for Syringe Services Programs (SSP). SSPs have been demonstrated to be an effective component of a comprehensive approach to prevent HIV and viral hepatitis among people who inject drugs.
Register today for Virtual Office Hours - free, personalized coaching about new media tools and strategies to inform your HIV outreach.
Our team is ready to help you learn about the basics, help shape your plan or give feedback on your ideas. All you need is a phone.
Read more here.
Learn about how HIV is spread and how to protect yourself.
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See how the Dept. of Health and Human Services is engaged in the response to the epidemic.
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