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  • National Transgender HIV Testing Day April 18, 2019
  • We’re changing our name! Act Against AIDS will now be called Let’s Stop HIV Together.
  • Ending the HIV Epidemic: A plan for America. Learn more. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is proposing an opportunity to eliminate new HIV infections in our nation.
  • HIV Risk Reduction Tool

Awareness Campaigns

Let's Stop HIV Together

Let’s Stop HIV Together
Raising awareness and fighting stigma about HIV. Get the Facts. Get Tested. Get Involved.


Testing Campaigns

DoingIt

Doing It
A national bilingual campaign encouraging all adults to test for HIV and know their status.


Prevention Campaigns

Start Talking Stop HIV logo

Start Talking. Stop HIV.
Encouraging gay and bisexual men to have conversations about safer sex.


Care and Treatment Campaigns

HIV Treatment Works

HIV Treatment Works
Encouraging people living with HIV to get in care, stay in care, and live well.


Provider Campaigns

Transforming Health
Addressing ways to reduce new HIV infections among transgender people, particularly transgender women of color, and improve the health of transgender people who are living with HIV.


HIV Screening. Standard Care.

HIV Screening. Standard Care.
Encouraging primary health care providers to screen all patients for HIV.


Prevention IS Care

Prevention IS Care
Encouraging providers who treat HIV to help patients reduce risky behaviors.


One Test, Two Lives

One Test. Two Lives.
Encouraging obstetric providers to test all pregnant women for HIV.


Prescribe HIV Prevention

Prescribe HIV Prevention
Encouraging health care providers to learn about using PrEP and PEP to reduce new HIV infections.



Archived Campaigns

One Conversation at a Time

We Can Stop HIV One Conversation at a Time
Encouraging Hispanics to talk openly about HIV/AIDS.


Take Charge. Take the Test.

Take Charge. Take the Test.
Encouraging African American women to get tested for HIV.


Reasons/Razones

Reasons/Razones
Encouraging Hispanic gay and bisexual men to get tested for HIV.


Testing Makes Us Stronger

Testing Makes Us Stronger
Encouraging African American gay and bisexual men to get tested for HIV.


Testing and Linking Minority Patients to Care

HIV Screening. Standard Care. Testing and Linking Minority Patients to Care
Improving outcomes for African American and Hispanic patients.



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