Jacob Hardt reflects on selfless moments of kindness from others that helped him get through the darkest times in his life.
In this collection of voices and stories, we've highlighted key moments that made a tremendous difference in the lives of our community members.
Back in 2001, I had an allergic reaction to an HIV medication that wound up with a call to 911, a trip to the local hospital and, eventually, me becoming an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
Here's a sampling of voices of people living with HIV recalling their own encounters with faith.
Youth Health Empowerment Project (Y-HEP) is a program that teens and young adults find their next steps in HIV care.
Positive Women's Network-USA's second National Leadership Summit for Women with HIV is much more than a conference: The gathering will also serve as a launch pad for women with HIV advocating for themselves and others.
From the outside, Rev. Andrena Ingram's childhood looked charmed -- an attentive, stay-at-home mother, a father, a nice home in Queens, NY. But on the inside, Ingram recalls feeling strange.
David describes how listening to the stories others in the HIV community inspired him to share his own.
Today, networks of people with HIV remain an important front in the battle against HIV stigma and discrimination. But why? Hear what leaders from around the United States have to say about the vital role of networks.