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Housing Vulnerable Populations in Tight Housing Markets: Issue Brief

Target HIV | March 2019

Quick Take: The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

O’Neill Institute | January 2019

Quick Take: HIV Prevention in the United States

O’Neill Institute | January 2019

[FAPP] recent policy changes at SSA for PLHIV (beneficiaries and applicants)

The Duke Legal Clinics | March 6, 2017

Task Force on HIV/AIDS announces new recommendations to end AIDS in Fulton County

Emory News Center June 28, 2016

Dr. Beny Primm, Pioneer in AIDS Prevention, Dies at 87

New York Times | Oct 24, 2015
State and some local poverty, income, and health insurance data from the American Community Survey are now on the Census.gov website
amfar Issue Brief on HIV and Black Gay Men
Meet with Your Members of Congress During the August Recess – AIDS United Toolkit
In the U.S., the HIV prevention fight has stalled (PDF)
April 12, 2013
Updating the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program For A New Era: Key Issues & Questions For The Future
Kaiser April 1, 2013
ADAP crisis looms unless Congress acts. For more information, please see HIVdent’s FACEBOOK page!
Illustrating HIV/AIDS in the United States - Slideshare Presentation
NASTAD Press Release - ADAP Emergency Relief Funding Analysis
HIVdent’s statement to HRSA on Ryan White reauthorization
July 31, 2012
Justice Department Releases Technical Assistance Document on the ADA and Persons with HIV/AIDS
HIV/AIDS Data through December 2008: Provided for the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act of 2009, for Fiscal Year 2010 (PDF)
The National ADAP Monitoring Project Annual Report - 01.12
HIV/AIDS Data through December 2008: Provided for the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act of 2009, for Fiscal Year 2010
Where everyone wants to work with HIV
By Elizabeth Landau, CNN
HIV Epidemiology in Corrections
Clinical and Behavioral Characteristics of Adults Receiving Medical Care for HIV Infection — Medical Monitoring Project, United States, 2007(PDF)
Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
Achieving an HIV-Free Generation:
Recommendations for a New American HIV Strategy
News Updates

Breaking: Project Inform expected to close

Bay Area Reporter | March 15, 2019

Trump restaffs AIDS council 15 months after firing all members

Washington Blade | March 14, 2019

Bills to fight HIV move forward in Georgia Legislature

Online Athens | March 12, 2019

Trump's budget adds domestic HIV funding while slashing global outlays

NBCNews.com | March 12, 2019

Community Access National Network's 340B Commission Releases Final Report

PR Newswire | March 5, 2019

Has America's Fight Against HIV Stalled?

HealthDay | February 27, 2019

NASTAD is pleased to announce the release of the 2019 National HIV Prevention Inventory (NHPI) Survey Report

NASTAD | February 20, 2019

NASTAD releases an updated 2019 Online AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Formulary Database

NASTAD | February 19, 2019

This Life with Gracie: Why Atlanta is still struggling with rising new HIV diagnoses

Atlanta Journal Constitution | February 19, 2019

Federal judge temporarily blocks military from discharging HIV-positive airmen

The Hill | February 16, 2019

Services Improve for People Living With HIV/AIDS in CNY, Though Stigma and Struggles Remain

WAER | February 15, 2019

Why Men In Mississippi Are Still Dying Of AIDS, Despite Existing Treatments

NPR | February 14, 2019

New Network of Black HIV Policy Advocates Tackle the Disproportionate Impact of HIV in Black Communities Living in the U.S. South

Missouri lawmakers look to update criminal code concerning HIV

Jefferson City News Tribune | February 5, 2019

Fulton approves $670000 to fight HIV, boost PrEP efforts

Project Q | February 1, 2019

Gov. Pritzker visits Rockford to sign executive order to restore HIV medicine funding

The State Journal-Register | February 1, 2019

Orange County gets $10 million federal grant to enhance HIV/AIDS care

Orlando Weekly | January 28, 2019

Trump Fired White House AIDS Council; Now He's Bringing it Back

Bloomberg Law | January 24, 2019

Fulton criticized for handling of HIV care, testing at county jail

Project Q | January 14, 2019

A new SASI Report and six individual state reports break down the percentage of key populations most impacted by the epidemic who live outside the large urban areas in the Deep South States

Lack of meds for HIV-positive Fulton inmates 'extremely alarming'

Project Q | January 4, 2019

State found to lag in use of drug to avert HIV

Arkansas Online | December 23, 2018

US is sued for discharging two HIV-positive Air Force members

Hartford Courant | December 20, 2018

Five Atlanta HIV groups get big bucks to fight epidemic

Project Q | December 19, 2018

Michigan's updating health code to reflect HIV/AIDS treatment advances

Detroit Free Press | December 19, 2018

Republicans should take the lead on HIV/AIDS

The Hill | December 13, 2018

Trump's HHS secretary recognizes gays in HIV/AIDS speech

Los Angeles Blade | December 12, 2018

State and Territorial Health Leaders Commend Selection of John Wiesman as Co-Chair of ...

PRNewswire | December 12, 2018

Policy Lead from Partnership of the Nation’s Leading HIV, STD, and Hepatitis Organizations Appointed Co-Chair of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA)

AIDS United | December 11, 2018

NIH to fund HIV care and prevention research in vulnerable southern U.S. communities

NIH | December 11, 2018


Black people in Atlanta especially hard hit as HIV/AIDS epidemic continues

TheGrio | December 10, 2018

HIV may not discriminate, but structural inequalities do

Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2018