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HIV/AIDS: Organizations

Resources about HIV and AIDS: transmission and prognosis, prevention, treatment and suggestions on living with the disease.


AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) Program   educational arm of the Ryan White program supporting HIV education among healthcare professionals.Blog in left sidebar highlights recent news on care continuum, treatment options, mental health issues. Resource Library includes

National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directories Menu in upper left links to information on healthcare access, prevention and health equity and policy and legislation.

National AIDS Manual (UK with partners around the world) booklets on specific aspects of living with HIV (nutrition, side effects) with translations into various European languages

AIDS Clinical Trial Group HIV in the News

Southern HIV and Alcohol Research Consortium , which strives "to improve health outcomes and reduce HIV transmission among the diverse range of populations affected by alcohol and HIV infection in the Southeastern United States."

313HIV Alachua  The HIV/AIDS section of the Alachua County Health Department provides clinics,testing and education.

Gainesville Area AIDS Project  Started in 1993 by local people living with AIDS, this Gainesville, Florida organization is run solely by volunteers and has no paid staff. It has no federal or state grants and relies solely on the generosity of the community for its financial needs. It provides lunch one day a week, household and personal hygiene products for persons living with HIV/AIDS and information on AIDS. Its webpage provides phone numbers for local service providers and HIV/AIDS hotlines. It publishes a newsletter, which is mailed to over 500 addresses with another 100 copies distributed throughout the community.

University of Florida College of Medicine's Mobile Outreach Clinic A large bus containing two exam rooms, a laboratory and a waiting area providing general, basic health services (not specifically HIV/AIDS). It is currently staffed by a registered nurse who can screen, refer, and provide case management. The Mobile Outreach Clinic is in operation an average of five days per week, serving lower income neighborhoods and rural areas in Alachua County.

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