The Well Project, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) Not for Profit Corporation committed to changing the course of the HIV/AIDS pandemic through a unique and comprehensive focus on women.
Founded in 2001 by Dawn Averitt Bridge, The Well Project, Inc., ("TWP") is now an established thought and action leader in the field of HIV care for women. Over the past seven years, TWP has developed an award-winning Web portal providing the latest information on living with and managing HIV disease for HIV-positive women, health care providers, and advocates. It is available in both English and Spanish, directly serving nearly 1 million unique users per year.
TWP's Women's Research Initiative on HIV/AIDS (WRI) brings together an extensive network of multidisciplinary stakeholders -- comprised of clinicians, researchers, allied-health professionals, and HIV-positive women -- to facilitate more, better, and faster research on HIV disease in women.
The Well Project Web Site in English:
Over 150 info sheets on topics related to HIV disease and women
The Well Project Web Site in Spanish:
Information on HIV disease and women in Spanish
A Girl Like Me Blog:
A blog where HIV+ women share stories and experiences of living with HIV
The Well Project Update:
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Women's Research Initiative on HIV/AIDS (WRI):
Summary reports for WRI annual meetings and bios of WRI members
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The Well Project relies on the kindness of individual donors, private foundations, and corporations to fund our programs and initiatives. With your support we will help inform research for new treatments, promote better standards of care, furthur public awareness and education, and most importantly, connect people in search of a trusted, supportive, and protected environment. Donate here.