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Identify HIV Funding Sources With a Searchable Map and Funders' Report Img

Identify HIV Funding Sources With a Searchable Map and Funders' Report

Funders Concerned About AIDS has made the first searchable map of HIV funding. This map and latest report can help the HIV community organizations identify new sources of support and stay informed of the full landscape of HIV funding.

Healing Through Barriers (Credit: Louis 'Kengi' Carr)

Healing Through Barriers: The Connection Between Trauma and Barriers to Care for Women Living With HIV

"Decades of research and clinical experience have shown a stark link, across races, ethnicities, genders and socioeconomic backgrounds, between past and recent trauma and a wide range of chronic conditions and poor health outcomes," writes Olivia For...

The Forgotten Ones: How HIV Is Wreaking Silent Havoc on Black West Virginians Img

The Forgotten Ones: How HIV Is Wreaking Silent Havoc on Black West Virginians

"A greater percentage of blacks in West Virginia who have been diagnosed with HIV are dying than anywhere else in the U.S. and people don't seem to care," writes Gibson. "How many more have to die before people do?"

Addressing the Costly Whiteness of AIDS Service Organizations in the South Img

Addressing the Costly Whiteness of AIDS Service Organizations in the South

"People of color are aware that we have to take more initiative and control to save ourselves," explains Francisco Luis White. "We're eager to and capable of truly leading the HIV/AIDS charge in our community."

If Half a Billion Dollars for HIV Services and Treatment Disappears, Who Pays the Price? Img

If Half a Billion Dollars for HIV Services and Treatment Disappears, Who Pays the Price?

The 340B program was meant to provide an income stream for cash-strapped HIV agencies and state programs that provide HIV drugs. But a proposed rule change could gut the payment stream that has kept agencies afloat and people on meds, leading to long...

Advocates Say Defunding Planned Parenthood Will Set Back HIV Efforts, Point to Indiana HIV Outbreak as Evidence Img

Advocates Say Defunding Planned Parenthood Will Set Back HIV Efforts, Point to Indiana HIV Outbreak as Evidence

A heavily-edited video from conservative activists on Planned Parenthood has spurred a new round of threats from Congress and presidential candidates alike that could impair HIV and STD testing and linkage to care. "You often hear that HIV testing is...

GMHC Revives Buddy Program to Comfort and Support Long-Term HIV/AIDS Survivors Img

GMHC Revives Buddy Program to Comfort and Support Long-Term HIV/AIDS Survivors

After going defunct less than a decade ago, GMHC has decided to revive its famous Buddy Program, which will focus on making sure people who have been living with HIV for 10 years or more get the support they need.

AHF Reinstates Advocacy Funding and They Totally Mean It This Time: A Blog Entry by Mark S. King Img

AHF Reinstates Advocacy Funding and They Totally Mean It This Time: A Blog Entry by Mark S. King

After defunding a Louisiana advocacy event two weeks ago because a litigant in a case against AHF was funding it, AHF has given the funding back -- and claimed they never took it away.

What's So Controversial About AIDS Healthcare Foundation? Img

What's So Controversial About AIDS Healthcare Foundation?

A whistleblower lawsuit against the provider of HIV/AIDS care will take time to resolve. However, its filing has brought new attention to AIDS Healthcare Foundation's history, business and media practices and what some have called aggressive tactics....

AHF's Weinstein on Florida Lawsuit: We Did Nothing Wrong (Special Report) Img

AHF's Weinstein on Florida Lawsuit: We Did Nothing Wrong (Special Report)

After the announcement of a civil lawsuit against AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), AHF President Michael Weinstein pushed back in an extensive interview, turning the tables on the complaint's concept of "linkage to care."