Need to find an HIV-experienced healthcare provider in your area? Check out the online directory available from the HIV Medicine Association. www.hivma.org (click on "Directories" or "HIV Healthcare Resources" and then click on "HIV Provider Listing.")
National Association on HIV Over Fifty (NAHOF). www.hivoverfifty.org
Concise, timely and well-written: AIDS Treatment News. www.aidsnews.org
Positive Populations provides coverage of correctional and public health issues, including HIV and hepatitis C (HCV). www.positivepopulations.org
Currently free service allows you to schedule medication reminders sent directly to your cell phone. www.caretext.com
The Balm in Gilead: fighting AIDS through education and services in Black communities of faith. www.balmingilead.org
News, publications and meeting reports from HIV i-Base. www.i-base.org.uk
Information on women, children and HIV. www.womenchildrenhiv.org
DON'T HAVE INTERNET ACCESS? If you are in the Houston area, remember that The Center for AIDS has 2 computer workstations available to search for information on HIV/AIDS. The walk-in information center (1407 Hawthorne) is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Also, consider visiting a local branch of your public library.
This article was provided by The Center for AIDS Information & Advocacy. It is a part of the publication HIV Treatment ALERTS!. Visit CFA's website to find out more about their activities and publications.