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Campaigns and Materials

The resources in this section are all part of the larger Act Against AIDS Campaign and are targeted to various populations including African American MSM, health care providers, and the general public. Feel free to use these resources in your own organization and in your online prevention efforts.

Campaigns Targeted to the General Public

Act Against AIDS

Act Against AIDS logoA 5-year national campaign launched by CDC and the White House to combat complacency about HIV and AIDS in the United States. Launched in 2009, Act Against AIDS focuses on raising awareness among all Americans and reducing the risk of infection among the hardest-hit populations – gay, bisexual men, and other men who have sex with men, African Americans, Latinos, and other communities at increased risk.
Act Against AIDS Website
Act Against AIDS Campaign Materials
Target Audience: The general public

Let’s Stop HIV Together

Let's Stop HIV TogetherThe Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign raises awareness about HIV and its impact on the lives of all Americans, and fights stigma by showing that persons with HIV are real people —mothers, fathers, friends, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, partners, wives, husbands, and co-workers.
Let’s Stop HIV Together Website and Campaign Materials
Target Audience: The general public

Reasons

ReasonsA campaign to encourage Latino gay and bisexual men to get tested for HIV
Reasons/Razones Website
Reasons/Razones Campaign Materials

Target Audience: Latino gay and bisexual men

Start Talking. Stop HIV.

Talk. The first four-letter word that ought to be on your mind.Start Talking. Stop HIV., a new phase of CDC’s Act Against AIDS initiative, seeks to reduce the number of new HIV infections among gay, bisexual and other men who have sex men (MSM) by encouraging open discussion about a range of HIV prevention strategies and related sexual health issues between intimate partners. No matter the type of relationship or partnership, communication is the key to finding the right prevention strategy to keep you and your partner(s) safe.
Start Talking. Stop HIV. Website and Campaign Materials
Target Audience: Gay and Bisexual men of all races.

Testing Makes Us Stronger

Testing Makes Us Stronger AdA campaign to encourage black gay and bisexual men to get tested for HIV
Testing Makes Us Stronger Website
Testing Makes Us Stronger Campaign Materials
Target Audience: African American or black gay and bisexual men

Take Charge. Take the Test.

Take Charge. Take the Test AdA campaign designed to increase HIV testing among African American women
Take Charge. Take the Test. Website
Take Charge. Take the Test. Campaign Materials
Target Audience: African American or black women

Campaigns Targeted to Health Care Providers

HIV Screening. Standard Care.

HIV Screening. Standard Care Campaign AdA campaign to encourage primary care providers, gynecologists, and other health care providers to promote routine HIV testing during patient visits
HIV Screening. Standard Care. Website and Campaign Materials
Target Audience: Primary Care Providers

One Test. Two Lives.

One Test. Two Lives Campaign AdA campaign to encourage health care providers to test pregnant women for HIV infection and help reduce the number of infants born with HIV
One Test. Two Lives.Website and Campaign Materials
Target Audience: OB/GYNs, Certified Nurse Midwives

Prevention Is Care

Prevention is Care Campaign AdA campaign to encourage health care providers who treat patients with HIV to screen their HIV-infected patients for risky transmission behaviors, and reiterate to HIV-infected patients the importance of protecting themselves and others by reducing risky behaviors
Prevention IS Care. Website and Campaign Materials

Target Audience: Infectious Disease Specialists and Primary Care Providers who treat HIV

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