Let’s Stop HIV Together Campaign Resources
The Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign (formerly known as Act Against AIDS) includes resources and partnerships aimed at stopping HIV stigma and promoting HIV testing, prevention, and treatment. This campaign is part of the national Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) Initiative. Let’s Stop HIV Together empowers communities, partners on the ground, and health care providers to reduce stigma among all Americans, prevent HIV among the hardest-hit populations, and help people with HIV stay healthy. Learn more about Campaign Resourcespdf icon.
Campaign Resources for the General Public
Doing It is designed to motivate all adults to get tested for HIV and know their status. Doing It delivers the message that HIV testing should be part of everyone’s regular health routine.
Start Talking. Stop HIV. focuses on gay and bisexual men and encourages open communication between sex partners and friends about HIV prevention strategies. It provides practical tools and tips to help gay and bisexual men share their HIV status and talk about condom use, medicines that prevent and treat HIV, and other prevention topics.
HIV Treatment Works shows how people with HIV have been successful getting in care and staying on treatment. It focuses on helping people with HIV stay healthy and live longer, healthier lives.
Campaign Resources for Clinicians
HIV Screening. Standard Care. encourages primary care providers (including internal medicine and family practice physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants) to promote routine HIV screening during patient visits per the CDC HIV Testing recommendations.
One Test. Two Lives. focuses on preventing transmission of HIV from mother-to-child and gives obstetrics providers new tools to help ensure all their patients get tested early.
Prescribe HIV Prevention encourages health care providers to prescribe pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to prevent new HIV infections.
Prevention IS Care provides tools and information to help health care providers start the conversation with patients about HIV treatment, care, and transmission prevention.
Transforming Health helps health care providers offer patient-centered care, reduce new HIV infections among transgender people, and improve the health of transgender people who have HIV.