Prior National HIV/AIDS Strategies (2010-2021)
Previous National HIV/AIDS Strategies
The White House published the United States’ first coordinated national HIV strategy in 2010 and updated it in 2015. First released on July 13, 2010, the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) identified a set of priorities and strategic action steps tied to measurable outcomes to guide the collective national response to the domestic HIV epidemic. Then, in July 2015, the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020 was released.
Over that decade, the National HIV/AIDS Strategy changed the way that Americans talked about HIV, prioritized and coordinated resources, and delivered prevention and care services along with other clinical and nonclinical services to support people with HIV or experiencing risk for HIV. The strategies also led to increased collaboration among federal agencies; people with or at risk for HIV; state, local, and tribal governments; health care providers; researchers; faith communities; and many other community partners and stakeholders.
As the expiration of the 2015 NHAS approached, in the absence of an Office of National AIDS Policy at the White House, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy facilitated the development of the follow on to that Strategy with partners from across the federal government. The result was the HIV National Strategic Plan. That Plan was released along with the Viral Hepatitis National Strategic Plan, STI National Strategic Plan, and Vaccines National Strategic Plan.
Documents related to these predecessors to the current National HIV/AIDS Strategy are provided below. Read related blog posts.
HIV National Strategic Plan (2021)
On January 15, 2021, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the HIV National Strategic Plan for the United States: A Roadmap to End the Epidemic 2021-2025 (HIV Plan), with a 10-year goal of reducing new HIV infections by 90% by 2030. It detailed four goals with objectives and strategies for use by all partners and stakeholders. The HIV Plan was replaced by the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (2022-2025) in December 2021.
National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020 (2015-2020)
On July 30, 2015, the White House released the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020, reflecting the work accomplished and the new scientific advances since the original Strategy was released in 2010.
- National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020 [English]
- Estrategia Nacional Contra El VIH/SIDA para los Estados Unidos: Actualizada Hasta 2020 [Español]
- NHAS Federal Action Plan (December 2015)—This plan outlines specific actions to be taken by Federal agencies to achieve the goals of the Strategy.
- NHAS Community Action Plan Framework (December 2015)—This framework was designed to assist stakeholders in identifying actions to achieve the goals of the Strategy.
- NHAS Indicator Supplement (August 2015)—This supplement describes the 10 quantitative indicators used to measure progress toward meeting the Strategy’s goals.
- 2017 Progress Report (May 2018)
- 2016 NHAS Progress Report (December 2016)
- 2016 NHAS Indicator Supplement (December 2016)
- 2016 NHAS Indicator Supplement (July 2016)
National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States (2010-2015)
On July 13, 2010, the White House released the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States, the nation’s first-ever comprehensive coordinated HIV/AIDS roadmap with clear and measurable targets to be achieved by 2015.
- National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States, 2010 [English]
- Una Estrategia Nacional Contra El VIH/SIDA para los Estados Unidos, 2010 [Español]
- Improving Outcomes: Accelerating Progress Along the HIV Care Continuum (December 2013)—This report outlines recommendations and action steps to improve rates of HIV diagnoses and care in the U.S.
- Addressing the Intersection of HIV/AIDS, Violence Against Women and Girls, and Gender-Related Health Disparities (September 2013)—This report discusses ways to address barriers to care and prevention for both HIV and violence to improve the lives of women and girls.
- Federal Implementation Plan (July 2010)—This plan outlines specific actions to be taken by Federal agencies to achieve the goals of the Strategy. [Español]
- Community Ideas Report (April 2010) —This report summarizes community input given during the development of the Strategy. [Español]