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Population Specific Resources

Hotlines and Referral Services



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.

TTY: 1-888-232-6348


HIVinfo offers access to the latest, federally approved HIV/AIDS medical practice guidelines, HIV treatment and prevention clinical trials, and other research information for health care providers, researchers, people affected by HIV/AIDS, and the general public. English and Spanish-speaking health information specialists from the Office of AIDS Research are available Monday-Friday, 1pm - 4pm Eastern Time.

TTY: 1-888-480-3739

General Resources

Black AIDS Institute

Provides Black-centered resources, information, and capacity-building support focused on ending the HIV epidemic for marginalized black and brown people in the US.

Fenway Institute (LGBTQ+)

Provides a compendium of information and resources on health policy research, best practices, and access to training and technical assistance for providing quality health care to individuals who are sexual and gender minorities and/or affected by HIV.

HealthHIV (GLBT)

Information on capacity building programs, research, and resources for prevention and care for HIV, Hepatitis C, and people who are LGBT. Offers certificate programs.

Indian Health Service National HIV/AIDS Program

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.

Latino Commission on AIDS

Provides information on services, programs, trainings, advocacy, and capacity building for HIV prevention and care among Latinx/o/a populations.

National Harm Reduction Coalition (People who use drugs)

Provides information on harm reduction principles and programs, including syringe services and overdose prevention.

NMAC (formerly known as National Minority AIDS Council)

NMAC is a coalition of more than 3,000 faith- and community-based organizations, that leads with race to address HIV health inequities and 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 , as well as information on NMAC conferences.

Rural Health Information Hub

Federally funded national clearinghouse on rural health that features the Rural HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment Toolkit to help organizations implementing these programs in rural communities. Plethora of information on rural health, including funding, service models, data visualizations, and referrals.

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.