Other HIV Resources

HIV/STD General

AEGIS

News service featuring in–depth HIV topics, law library, publications, and references. Website

AVERT

Includes comprehensive HIV information, printable resources, and quizzes. Website

AIDS.org

Offers the latest AIDS treatment news, conference listings, and a bookstore. Read about the Internet continuing medical education courses for HIV. Website

American Social Health Association

Comprehensive information regarding sexually transmitted infections including quick access to national hotlines. Website

The Body

Comprehensive HIV/AIDS information in more than 550 topic areas. Website

Centers for Disease Control Prevention Information Network

National reference, referral, and distribution service for communicable disease information. Find contacts, FAQs about select diseases, and links. Website

Minnesota Resources

The Minnesota AIDS Project AIDSLine HIV Resource Guide

A web–based, searchable resource guide containing a comprehensive list of HIV prevention and services programs throughout Minnesota. Website

Minnesota Department of Health

The HIV/AIDS division helps coordinate HIV prevention and testing activities throughout MN. They also track and disseminate epidemiological data regarding the disease in MN and assist with HIV disclosure through partner notification services. Website

Minnesota Department of Human Services

The HIV/AIDS division manages publicly–funded programs that support people with HIV/AIDS. Website

Minnesota HIV Planning Council

Diverse, community–based volunteers who establish priorities for the allocation of HIV federal funds in Minnesota. Website

Communities of Color

BlackAIDS.org

A project of the African American AIDS Policy and Training Institute. Features news, perspectives, and information on HIV's impact in the black community. Website

National Minority AIDS Council

A national organization dedicated to developing leadership within communities of color to address the challenges of HIV/AIDS. Website includes a nationwide searchable database for accessing community resources. Website

Office of Minority Health Resources Center

Improves the health of racial and ethnic populations through the development of effective health policies and programs that help to eliminate disparities in health. Website

Women and Children

AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth and Families

National organization focused solely on the needs of children, youth, and families living with, affected by, or at–risk for HIV. Website

Women Alive

A coalition of women facing HIV and AIDS. Includes newsletter and access to resources in English and Spanish. Website

Women, Children and HIV

A collaboration focused on issues related to mother–to–child transmission of HIV. Website

Gay & Bisexual Men

PrideAlive

Initiative of the Minnesota AIDS Project consisting of gay and bisexual men confronting social issues including homophobia, HIV/STD prevention, and heterosexism. Website

Gay Men's Health Crisis

Nonprofit organization assisting thousands of people with HIV in the New York City area. Read about its services or get answers to questions. Website

Living with HIV

A&U Magazine

The web–based version of A&U magazine which seeks to collect, archive, publish and distribute the growing body of art, activism, and current events emanating from the AIDS pandemic. Website

AIDSinfo

Comprehensive information on HIV treatment, prevention and research maintained by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Website

AIDS Treatment News

Internationally recognized treatment newsletter is an excellent resource for persons living with HIV/AIDS who are looking for information on new therapies. Website

POZ Digital

The web–based version of POZ magazine which addresses all aspects of living with HIV. The site contains news, education, treatment information, and interactive areas to help people with HIV make connections and build support. Many site features are also available in Spanish. Website

Public Policy & Advocacy – HIV

AIDS Action Council

National organization committed to advocating for people affect by HIV and supporting their needs. Website

National Association of People with AIDS

The National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA) advocates on behalf of all people living with HIV and AIDS in order to end the pandemic and the human suffering caused by HIV/AIDS. NAPWA is devoted to educating, informing and empowering all people living with HIV and AIDS. Website

Public Policy & Advocacy – Sexual Health

Minnesota Organization for Adolescent Pregnancy, Prevention and Parenting (MOAPPP)

Minnesota organization provides resources for parents, teens, educators, healthcare providers, youth workers, media professionals and policy makers. Website

Sexuality Education for Life – Minnesota

Sex Ed for Life is a coalition of educational, religious, health, social service and advocacy organizations that promote lifelong healthy sexuality by advocating for legislative policies on comprehensive sexuality education and access to confidential healthcare services. Website

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

Provides comprehensive and complementary healthcare services that protects the privacy and rights of individuals, advocates public policies which guarantees these rights and access to such services, provides educational programs which enhance the understanding of the implications of human sexuality and promotes research and advancement of reproductive health care technology and their implications. Website

Advocates for Youth

Advocates for Youth are dedicated to creating programs and advocating for policies that help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health. Website

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