As a national health information hotline, it provides information such as how to protect yourself, where to get an HIV test, and other HIV related questions. In English or in Spanish from 8 am to 8 pm Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.
As a service of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the site has information on HIV treatment and prevention clinical trials and the latest, federally approved HIV/AIDS medical practice guidelines. In English or in Spanish from 1 pm to 4 pm Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.
This National Institute of Health site provides an extensive list of web-based resources that address HIV prevention, care, treatment, research, and issues pertinent to a wide range of special populations including aging adults, African Americans, Asian and Pacific Islanders, Hispanics/Latinos, Native Americans, LGBT populations, prisoners, substance users, veterans, and women.
This CDC webpage provides information and resources on specific health related issues for this population including key CDC guidance and recommendations for healthcare professionals.
This national health program’s website has online training modules for health care professionals and for American Indian/Alaska Native communities and also a downloadable training kit on how tribes and organizations can work to prevent transmission of HIV and STDs.
Addresses the impact of HIV on American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians through culturally appropriate advocacy, capacity building assistance and technical assistance, research, education, and policy development in support of healthy American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and Indigenous people.
Representing a coalition of 3,000 faith- and community-based organizations, and HIV service organizations that advocate for and deliver HIV services in communities of color nationwide, the site offers an extensive resource library on HIV-related topics focused on communities of color and underserved communities.
Provides information on health and fitness for transgender and transsexual people including treatment and screening guidelines, provider resources on transgender affirming policies and care, and health clinics.
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