- HIV/AIDS Program Goals
- HIV/AIDS in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
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- HIV/AIDS Statistics
- Online Training
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- Ryan White Program and IHS
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A network of regional and national centers that train health care providers to treat persons with HIV/AIDS.
The AETCs conduct targeted, multidisciplinary education and training programs for health care providers treating persons living with HIV/AIDS. This website provides a central repository for AETC program and contact information and for training materials developed within the AETC network.
An information gateway to guide users to Federal domestic HIV/AIDS information and resources. Our goal is to ease access to information on Federal HIV/AIDS prevention, testing, treatment, and research programs, policies, and resources. AIDS.gov contains links to guide you to information on those topics.
This Web resource on American Indian Health, sponsored by the National Library of Medicine / National Institutes of Health, is designed to bring together health and medical resources pertinent to the American Indian population including policies, consumer health information, and research. Links are provided here to an assortment of documents, Web sites, databases, and other resources. One of the searchable health topics is HIV/AIDS.
CDC provides leadership in helping control the HIV/AIDS epidemic by working with community, state, national, and international partners in surveillance, research, and prevention and evaluation activities.
Seeks to prevent the most serious health risk behaviors among children, adolescents and young adults including HIV/AIDS.
This site provides detailed State-level information on the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act of 2006 (the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program) and the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program reaches more than 529,000 people a year. It funds primary care and support services for people living with and affected by HIV disease who lack health insurance and financial resources for their care. The program also funds training, technical assistance, and demonstration projects to advance the work of funded agencies.
The HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) was formed in August 1997 to consolidate all programs funded under the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act.
The Division of Behavioral Health works closely within the IHS HIV/AIDS Program collaborating on multiple initiatives. This includes the Regional HIV/AIDS Behavioral Health Trainings. For more information about the trainings, follow the link to the website above or see link below to Kauffman and Associates.
The Division of Epidemiology functions as the leading office in IHS for disease epidemiology, prevention and control activities for general infectious and chronic diseases including HIV/AIDS. Staff works closely with IHS HIV/AIDS Program and share valuable epidemiologic data, trends and research in the AI/AN population. They are consulted on a wide variety of STD and HIV/AIDS topics and research initiatives in the field.
The MCH Portal provides information to Indian Health Service providers and consumers about American Indian and Alaska Native women and children.
CRS is the reporting tool used by the IHS Office of Planning and Evaluation to collect and report clinical performance results annually to HHS and to Congress. This site will serve as a central repository for information about the IHS Clinical Reporting System (BGP). The left hand tab column provides resources for a toolbox, which includes information on our current HIV GPRA measure – prenatal screening.
The Indian Health Service Women’s Health HIV site offers providers and patients a wide variety of clinical and programmatic solutions to improve outcomes and quality of life.
The Office of AIDS Research is located within the Office of the Director of NIH (National Institutes of Health) and is responsible for the scientific, budgetary, legislative, and policy elements of the NIH AIDS research program.
The most recent activities, news, or publications about HIV/AIDS prevention. Also a searchable database of organizations with features to include google mapping of organization location.
The mission of the Office of Minority Health (OMH) is to improve and protect the health of racial and ethnic minority populations through the development of health policies and programs that will eliminate health disparities.
A technical assistance (TA) resource for Ryan White CARE Act grantees and HAB staff. Provides sources of TA, a TA helpdesk and links to links to Title I and Title II grantee Web sites.
This is a national technical assistance and capacity building project designed to develop, improve, and expand comprehensive HIV primary medical care and treatment service delivery in racial/ethnic minority communities severely impacted by HIV/AIDS through providing technical assistance (TA), intensive capacity building (ICB), and regional meetings (RMs) to primary medical care sites. Funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)’s HIV/AIDS Bureau.