Created by a merger between the National AIDS Fund and AIDS Action in late 2010, AIDS United’s mission is to end the AIDS epidemic in the United States, through strategic grant-making, capacity building, formative research and policy. AIDS United works to ensure access to life-saving HIV/AIDS care and prevention services and to advance sound HIV/AIDS-related policy for U.S. populations and communities most impacted by the epidemic. To date, our strategic grant-making initiatives have directly funded more than $91 million to local communities, and have leveraged more than $115 million in additional investments for programs that include, but are not limited to, HIV prevention, access to care, capacity building, harm reduction and advocacy. Learn more about AIDS United at http://www.aidsunited.org/

UNIFYING THE HIV COMMUNITY + MOBILIZING ADVOCATES
AIDS United advocates with and on behalf of people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and the organizations that serve them. AIDS United houses the most seasoned, connected, and respected domestic AIDS policy team in Washington, DC, which has been instrumental in the development and implementation of major public health policies that improve the quality of life for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.

AIDSWatch 2016, presented by the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, is the nation’s largest annual constituent-based national HIV/AIDS advocacy event, bringing together hundreds of people living with HIV and their allies to meet with Members of Congress and to educate them about the important issues at stake for people living with HIV/AIDS in the United States. AIDSWatch is implemented as a partnership between  AIDS United, the Treatment Access Expansion Project, and the US People Living With HIV Caucus. AIDSWatch 2016 will take place February 29 - March 1, 2016 in Washington D.C. Register today!

The Policy Action Center provides critical information about HIV policy issues, helps users find and track legislation, connect with their congressional representatives, and access tools to be successful HIV advocates. The Center also facilitates AIDS United’s engagement of its advocacy network on specific issues. Learn more and make your voice heard online at www.aidsunited.org/actioncenter

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HIV 102: How HIV Impacts the Immune System, CD4 Cells and Viral Load was the third in our eight-week webinar series that offers women living with HIV capacity building and training on HIV disease and treatment advocacy.

Learn what parents and providers need to know about HIV risk factors specific to teens and the importance of talking to your teen about HIV.

Aprender los mitos más comunes - y las realidades - sobre el VIH: tratamiento, pruebas, transmisión y más.