As it draws closer to my mom’s birthday, I can’t help but still be overcome with emotion. I can’t emphasize how I felt my life would surely end because I’ve never known sadness like losing my mom. I...
Submitted on : Mar 15, 2017
In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), The Well Project joined forces with partner organization, Positive Women's Network-USA, to present its 1st webinar in the WATCH! 2017 series, "What You Need to Know: HIV Among Transgender Women and Barriers to Care."
Submitted on : Mar 14, 2017
Hey everyone, HAPPY NEW YEAR… I’m Janelle Luster born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, 24 years old, I was diagnosed in March of 2012.
Submitted on : Jan 5, 2017
What a whirlwind these past months have been!! I want to start by thanking The Well Project for helping me attend so many of these very important events, conferences and summits!
Submitted on : Nov 3, 2016
I think about your more and more with each passing day. I don't know if I'm ready for this yet, but it is on my heart to write to you my dear sister, Channing-Celeste.
Submitted on : Oct 14, 2016
I recently spent nine days and eight nights along the Florida Panhandle coastline... I had returned to Ft. Walton Beach, Florida for the second SPEAK UP! Summit.
Submitted on : Oct 13, 2016
My name is Arianna Lint and I am the Executive Director of a local trans advocacy and service organization Arianna's center. I wear many hats
Submitted on : Sep 28, 2016
I am home from the United States Conference on AIDS, and I’m reflecting over how not only was it my first USCA, but it provided me innumerable and invaluable opportunities to expound upon my advocacy...
Submitted on : Sep 23, 2016
After reading Tiommi Luckett's blog It's Time for Change I was not even a bit surprised. Yet this brings much concern to me about how all of us living with HIV, no matter our undetectable status, our...
Submitted on : Sep 19, 2016
The trans* community is a key demographic in the fight to end new HIV transmissions, yet there are several barriers that prevent trans* people from being tested for HIV and keep us from accessing medical care.
Submitted on : Sep 6, 2016

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Learn about the groundbreaking GRACE study of HIV+ women and how it successfully enrolled large numbers of women of color in a clinical trial.

We are pleased to continue WATCH! (Women’s Advocacy and Treatment Coalition on HIV) in 2016 by offering a series of 5 webinars throughout the year.

Learn what vitamins and minerals are, and get some suggestions about what supplements women living with HIV may want to take and which ones to avoid.