other local and national
HIV and AIDS Resources:
AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth and
(www.aids-alliance.org) national organization
focused solely on the needs of children, youth and families living with,
affected by, or at risk for HIV and AIDS.
American Red Cross HIV/AIDS
(http://www.redcross.org/services/hss/tips/spread.html) get the facts
about HIV and AIDS.
AIDS Education and Research Trust
(AVERT) (www.avert.org) averting HIV and AIDS, includes
comprehensive HIV information, printable resources and quizzes.
Black AIDS Organization
(www.blackaids.org) a project of the African American AIDS Policy and
Training Institute. Features news, perspectives and talkback on HIV’s
impact in the black community.
(www.thebody.com/index.shtml) comprehensive HIV/AIDS information in more
than 550 topic areas.
Centers for Disease Control Prevention
Information Network (www.cdcnpin.org) national reference,
referral, and distribution service for communicable disease information.
Find contacts, FAQ's about select diseases and links.
The Kaiser Network Daily Report on
HIV/AIDS (www.kaisernetwork.org) daily, comprehensive global
Office of Minority Health Resource
Center (www.omhrc.gov) improves the health of racial and ethnic
populations through the development of effective health policies and
programs that help to eliminate disparities in health.
Minnesota AIDS Project AIDSLine
(www.mnaidsproject.org) provides information and referrals for both
HIV/AIDS prevention and services (612)-373-2437, or toll free at:
Minnesota Department of Health
(www.health.state.mn.us) provides information on symptoms of HIV
infection, transmission, treatment, prevention as well as HIV
surveillance information, statistics and reports for Minnesota.
Minnesota Department of Human
Services (www.dhs.state.mn.us) “Continuing Care” program
defines and implements statewide policy to ensure that services are
available to Minnesotans with disabilities, including HIV.
National Minority AIDS Council
(www.nmac.org) national organization dedicated to developing leadership
within communities of color to address the challenges of HIV/AIDS. Web
site includes a nationwide searchable database for accessing community
Women Alive (www.women-alive.org)
a coalition of women facing HIV and AIDS. Includes newsletter and access
to resources in English and Spanish.