Whether you're looking for information or assistance, and whether your needs are HIV testing, health care, medication access, mental health, housing or connecting with others, there's an organization out there that can help.
Groups like Poderosos, Team Brownsville, and Angry Tías and Abuelas are working around the clock to help those most in need.
While some are packing on the pounds, others are working overtime to make sure our community’s most vulnerable don’t go hungry.
In New York City, activists won a policy of housing support that has been shown to reduce HIV transmissions—can San Francisco do the same, or better?
New York City Is Teaming Up With Nonprofits to Get COVID-Positive Homeless Folks into Medically Managed Hotels
Residents are coming in with underlying conditions including kidney failure, mental illness—and HIV.
The group is a chance to iron out legal challenges, trade tips on shelter and jobs, and simply enjoy some food and fellowship.
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Has Started a COVID Emergency Fund for the Struggling Performance Community
Halfway to its $2 million goal, the fund is there for anyone who can document that last year they made at least $6,000 in the performing arts industry.
Columbus is Ohio’s largest city—and home to the state’s largest number of people living with HIV.
Some HIV organizations are coming up with innovative sources of funding to help HIV-negative people, especially LGBTQ youth, stay housed and healthy.
If you or others are longtime survivors who meet regularly for support or fun, TheBody wants to hear from you.
Despite its reputation as a playground of the 1%, Palm Beach County has one of the highest HIV rates in the country.