Smart + Strong.
All Rights Reserved.
Smart + Strong®
is a registered trademark of CDM Publishing, LLC.
Nearly 55% of LGBTQ Americans identify as bisexual, though they’re often erased in queer conversations including those on HIV and health.
The virtual HIV conference September 27 and 28 will focus on health care access, voting, quality of life and more. Here’s how to register.
Donate to AIDS United’s Relief, Recover and Resilience Fund. It helps HIV communities when disaster strikes.
The eight grantees comprise the fourth cohort of the Southern HIV Impact Fund Leadership Development Program.
Sex workers are among five population groups most vulnerable to HIV but often lacking services. So why do U.S. HIV plans omit them?
But advocates will need to press state Medicaid and insurance officials to ensure the rule is implemented.
Last year, more people than ever died of overdoses in the U.S. Now is the time to #SaveOasis Drop-in Center. The fight isn’t over!
“Undetectable Equals Untransmittable” turns 5. Here’s why the HIV fact remains groundbreaking—and how you can celebrate July 21.
The appropriations committee laid out increases in HIV funding for housing, syringe services, health care training and more.
Getting tested for HIV is vital to receiving the health care you deserve.
AIDS United’s Jesse Milan Jr. spoke with 16 senators about HIV lessons that apply to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what he told them.
How can AIDS United create and elevate events that meet the needs of its syringe service program in the Midwest?
Respect sex workers’ place in the HIV movement and LGBTQ Pride—and decriminalize sex work.
Watch a “Today” show segment marking this AIDS milestone, plus a message from AIDS United’s Jesse Milan Jr.
AIDS United honors National Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
Injection drug use fueled the 2015 HIV outbreak in Indiana. We must learn from it and protect syringe service programs.
Here’s why 2021 is “the worst year in recent history for LGBTQ state legislative attacks.”
Systemic racism isn’t just about the police. We’ve seen it for decades in the HIV epidemic and now in the COVID-19 pandemic.
You have been inactive for 60 minutes and will be logged out in . Any updates not saved will be lost.
Click here to log back in.