HIV Long-term Survivors Fight Invisibility and Isolation

It’s been 36 years since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published its announcement that young gay men were suffering from an unidentified illness. Nearly four decades later, many individuals who contracted HIV in the early days are of the epidemic are still alive — but many are also hardly living. June 5 marked HIV Long-Term(…)

AIDS United Releases Statement for Providing Trans-affirming HIV Medical Care, Support Services and Funding

In a community-created consensus statement released today, AIDS United provides critical guidance for clinical providers, funders and social service providers to strengthen their understanding of how best to engage and support transgender communities. The statement provides concrete and measurable steps organizations can take to improve their approach to HIV work in transgender communities and was(…) seeks to expand access to PrEP within California

  HIVE ( and Project Inform ( are pleased to announce the hiring of three key positions for supporting PrEP services within California and nationally through expanded navigation services at (PPM). The launch date of these free new services is being planned for early April. “HIVE launched in 2015 to provide consumers a(…)