On every campus, college administrators, campus health care providers, and student leaders can implement HIV policies and programs that confront the crisis and promote awareness, prevention, treatment and care.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested at least once for HIV, and that some people should get tested more often.
Take a look at our issue brief for a detailed overview of the impact of HIV and AIDS on the LGBTQ community and to learn how HRC is working to end the epidemic.
We've got answers. What do you do if you've recently tested positive for HIV? What do you do if you need help disclosing your HIV status to a partner? Get the answers to these and other important questions.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is a once-daily pill regimen that can help you stay HIV-negative. Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) is an HIV prevention strategy that involves taking HIV medications immediately after a possible exposure to HIV. Find out more using the resources below.
In more than 30 states, people living with HIV can be tried and imprisoned simply because a partner accuses them of hiding their HIV status.
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Making HIV History + A Pragmatic Guide to Confronting HIV at HBCUs
Making History + A Pragmatic Guide to Confronting HIV at HBCUs is a comprehensive guide for HBCU administrators, staff and students outlining many of the critical steps higher educational institutions can take to help achieve an HIV-free generation.Read more
2018 U.S. LGBTQ Paid Leave Survey: Report on the Experiences of Transgender & Non-Binary Respondents
HRC Foundation released a groundbreaking report underscoring the urgent need for inclusive employer-paid family and medical leave for transgender and non-binary workers.Read more
HIV 101: A Guide to HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care on College and University Campuses
On every campus, college administrators, campus health care providers, and student leaders can implement HIV policies and programs that confront the crisis and promote awareness, prevention, treatment, and care.Read more
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