On July 15, 2014, to mark the fourth anniversary of the signing of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy:
- The White House released a new NHAS fact sheet, Progress on Four Years of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. Read the Fact Sheet »
- The U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division released a new Best Practices Guide to Reform HIV-Specific Criminal Laws to Align with Scientifically-Supported Factors. Read the Guide »
- HHS announces availability of $11 million to better integrate HIV services into community health centers. Read the press release »
Now more than ever, employment is an essential part of the nation’s coordinated response to HIV/AIDS. This online curriculum-developed collaboratively by the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-addresses the importance of employment in serving the whole person.
To learn more, visit our Getting To Work page »
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The 2014 theme for World AIDS Day is “Focus, Partner, Achieve: An AIDS-free Generation.”
Looking for ways you can take action around World AIDS Day (December 1)? Here are a few simple, powerful, and engaging ways.
Share photos and messages in the Facing AIDS photo gallery. Share your message on social media using #FacingAIDS.
Use the hashtag #NGMHAAD to join the conversation.
CDC’s new video as part of the Know Hepatitis B campaign -- Protect Your Family: Get Tested for Hepatitis B,” is available in English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Korean. Learn more about the Know Hepatitis B campaign and the available public education and health professional resources.
In the United States, HIV is mainly spread by having sex with someone who has HIV. There are several steps you can take to reduce your risk of getting HIV through sexual contact, and the more of these actions you take, the safer you can be.
To learn how you can reduce your HIV risk, see our updated page Lower Your Sexual Risk of HIV.
Learn about how HIV is spread and how to protect yourself.
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See how the Dept. of Health and Human Services is engaged in the response to the epidemic.
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Learn more about National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day here...