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These 22 local programs receive the funding through HOPWA.
A Canadian study found that factors such as employment and housing status, income and education were associated with mortality.
Hint: It would slash HIV funds by over $100 million nationally and cause 300,000 deaths each year globally.
The new CEO of Bailey House reflects on its 35 years of housing people living with HIV/AIDS and its future.
Both the clients and staff of AIDS Foundation Houston continue to heal in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Funding arrives from the federal Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS Program (HOPWA).
AIDS at Home explores hidden stories of the epidemic.
The NYC museum exhibit examines caretaking, housing and family throughout the epidemic’s history—including a 1989 Donald Trump.
HIV prevention efforts would also take a huge hit under Trump’s draconian proposed budget cuts and the House health care bill.
Derek Broomes allegedly diverted federal money intended to help low-income New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS.
Congress is expected to approve more funding for AIDS housing but cut some of the Ryan White program.
Plus: Guess who now runs the Housing Opportunities for People Living with AIDS Program (HOPWA)? Hint: He also runs HUD.
A founding member of ACT UP New York and Housing Works, Sawyer also worked with UNAIDS.
GMHC now provides housing for clients.
“We can’t be afraid to discuss the needs of gay men and trans women. When we do that, we’ll see real change.”
#IssuesThatMatter summarizes viewpoints on six important health equity topics.
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