The AIDS movement has changed the way society thinks about the link between disease and social forces, the politics of public health and the importance of community involvement in programming, research, funding and policymaking. APIAHF's HIV Program has a long history of addressing health inequities across all racial/ethnic communities, especially among at-risk, underserved, and vulnerable populations.
The HIV Program works to improve the quality and sustainability of HIV prevention programs across the United States, including its affiliated territories, and to decrease the barriers to accessing HIV services and care for high-risk and racial/ethnic minority populations. APIAHF's HIV Program accomplishes this by providing capacity building assistance via one-to-one consultations, skills-building trainings, peer based coaching and mentorship opportunities, and referrals to culturally and linguistically competent resources.
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