September 17, 2016
This post originally appeared on NMAC.
We are investing in health equity through the expansion of our HIV health literacy agenda– with an acute focus on biomedical prevention, effective treatment options, cure advocacy, and healthcare access and engagement activities in communities of color. We promote the idea that good health and quality healthcare are a right, not a privilege. We continue to support a scientific agenda buttressed by research, data, and smart policies. The Treatment division goes where the virus is, therefore our resources and programs target service providers that directly work with highly impacted and HIV-vulnerable communities. As long as the data supports it, we will prioritize providing capacity building and technical assistance to organizations that work directly with gay and bisexual men and transgender women of color in the South and major metropolitan areas.