National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day – March 20

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Let's Stop HIV Together

March 20 is National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD). Share the social media posts below to help spark conversations about HIV and reduce HIV stigma in American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities. You can also find and share Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign resources for American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian people.

 

Hashtags: #NNHAAD #StopHIVTogether

Social Media Posts

Promoting NNHAAD March 20

Post 1:

3/20 is National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a day to promote HIV testing, prevention, & treatment in American Indian, Alaska Native, & Native Hawaiian communities. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3MMxM8t (AI/AN) & https://bit.ly/3tVBCDF (NH). #NNHAAD #StopHIVTogether

 

Post 2:

Today is National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a day to address the impact of HIV on American Indian, Alaska Native, & Native Hawaiian people. We can help #StopHIVTogether by reducing HIV stigma and promoting testing, prevention, and treatment. https://bit.ly/35ZMBnz #NNHAAD


“Your health is more important than fear or stigma.” – Roella on the importance of overcoming stigma. This #NNHAAD, we can help #StopHIVTogether among American Indian, Alaska Native, & Native Hawaiian people by addressing HIV stigma. https://bit.ly/3KJohoU


HIV stigma can keep people from getting tested and treated for HIV. Together for #NNHAAD, we can help #StopHIVStigma in American Indian, Alaska Native, & Native Hawaiian communities by learning how to talk about HIV: https://bit.ly/34Frma0. #StopHIVTogether


HIV testing is an essential part of Kekoa’s prevention plan. This National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, take control of your health and learn more about your HIV testing options: https://bit.ly/36gZDNk. #NNHAAD #StopHIVTogether


HIV Treatment Works

You are in control! Knowing your status lets you take charge of your health. If you test positive, you can keep yourself healthy and live well by getting and staying in care. This #NNHAAD, learn more about your treatment options: https://bit.ly/3KZDe6v. #StopHIVTogether


Clinicians Helping End the HIV Epidemic

Clinicians: Help end the HIV epidemic in American Indian, Alaska Native, & Native Hawaiian communities using advances in HIV testing, prevention, and treatment. CDC’s #HIVNexus offers free tools and guidelines for your practice: https://bit.ly/36jFYMD. #NNHAAD #StopHIVTogether

About Let’s Stop HIV Together

Let’s Stop HIV Together empowers communities, campaign partners, and health care providers to promote testingprevention, and treatment, and reduce HIV stigma. Use campaign resources to help prevent HIV and help people stay healthy. The Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign is part of the national Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. (EHE) initiative.

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