Square Banners (300x250px)

Use these free, downloadable HIV Treatment Works materials to support the campaign and help us encourage people living with HIV to get in care, stay in care, and live well.

Other Formats:
Aaron
Square banner featuring Aaron, a gay man living with HIV since 2011 from St. Louis, Missouri.

Aaron (2020)
Web banner of Aaron, a white gay man, with his husband and their child. Get in HIV care.

Alex
Web banner of Alex, a gay Latino man jogging. Living well with HIV.

Andres
CDC Together campaign banner of Andres, a Latino gay man painting. Get in HIV care.

Angie
Square banner featuring Angie, an African American woman living with HIV since 1995 from Loganville, Georgia.

Angie (2020)
CDC Together campaign banner of Angie, an African American woman. Get in care. Undetectable.

Ashley
Square banner featuring Ashley, an African American man living with HIV since 2006 from Atlanta, Georgia.

Bridgette
CDC Together campaign banner of Bridgette, an African American woman. Get in care.

Bryce
Web banner of Bryce, a gay Latino man who fell out of and got back into care.

Cedric
Square banner featuring Cedric, an African American gay man living with HIV since 2012 from Bryant, Arkansas.

Cedric (2020)
Web banner of Cedric, a gay black man. Find a provider to discuss HIV treatment options.

Chris
Square banner featuring Chris, a gay man living with HIV in 2010 from Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Christopher
Square banner featuring Christopher, an African American man living with HIV since 1987 from Washington, DC.

Dimitri
Web banner of Dimitri, a gay black man. Being undetectable is freedom.

Eddie
Square banner featuring Eddie, a Latino man living with HIV since 1997 from Miami, Florida.

Eddie (2020)
CDC Together campaign banner of Eddie, a Latino man. Get in care.

Elena
CDC Together campaign banner of Elena, a Latina woman with her husband. Get in care.

Elizabeth
Square banner featuring Elizabeth, a Caucasian woman living with HIV since 2001 from Boston, Massachusetts.

Gabriel
CDC Together campaign banner of Gabriel a Latino man. Find a provider. Get in care.

Iesha
CDC Together campaign banner of Iesha and her daughter. Stay in care.

Jada
Square banner featuring Jada, a transgender woman living with HIV since 1995 from New Orleans, Louisiana.

Ja'Mel
Web banner of Ja’Mel, a black transgender man who is living well with HIV.

Jennifer
Square banner featuring Jennifer, a Caucasian transgender woman living with HIV since 1997 from Asheville, North Carolina.

Katrina
Square banner featuring Katrina, a Caucasian woman living with HIV since 2007 from Decatur, Georgia.

L'Orangelis
Square banner featuring L'Orangelis, a Latina woman living with HIV since 1988 from San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Malina
Square banner featuring Malina, an African American woman living with HIV since 2010 from Bronx, New York.

Marco
CDC Together campaign banner of Marco, a Latino man. Undetectable. Stay in care.

Nick
CDC Together campaign banner of Nick, an African American man working out at a gym. Get in care.

Porchia
Web banner of Portia, a black woman, walking on the beach. Being undetectable is freedom.

Quoc
Square banner featuring Quoc, an Asian man living with HIV since 2002 from Nashville, Tennesee.

Reggie
Square banner featuring Reggie, an African American man living with HIV since 1985 from Atlanta, Georgia.

Ryan
Square banner featuring Ryan, a gay African American man living with HIV since 2014 from Columbia, South Carolina.

Sharmain
Square banner featuring Sharmain, a pregnant African American woman born with HIV in 1990 from Memphis, Tennessee.

Sharmain (2020)
Web banner of Sharmain, a black mother with her daughter. Get in HIV care.

Sharon
Square banner featuring Sharon, a Native American woman living with HIV since 2003 from Bangor, Maine.

Shawn
CDC Together campaign banner of Shawn, a White man and his wife. Stay in care.

Tanisha
Web banner of Tanisha, a bisexual Latina woman smiling. Get in HIV care.

Tommy
Square banner featuring Tommy, a gay African American man living with HIV since 2010 from Jackson, Mississippi.

Whitney
Square banner featuring Whitney, an African American transgender woman living with HIV since 2010 from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Yuri
Square banner featuring Yuri, a gay Latino man living with HIV from Miami, Florida.