HIV and AIDS Resources
Learn More About: National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS)
The NHAS provides stakeholders across the nation with a roadmap to accelerate efforts to end the HIV epidemic by 2030.
NEW: The NHAS 2023 Interim Action Report (PDF 338 KB) highlights actions taken by federal partners to move the nation toward the Strategy's goals.
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), observed annually on February 7, highlights the disproportionate impact of HIV in Black communities. NBHAAD provides an opportunity to increase HIV awareness, education, testing, treatment, and community involvement in Black communities. This year’s theme is Engage, Educate, Empower: Uniting to End HIV/AIDS in Black Communities. Find a list of resources to help you become involved. Read the 2024 White House Proclamation on Black History Month, which includes how the Biden Administration is addressing health inequities in Black communities.
HIV, Syphilis, Mpox, and Other Infectious Diseases
HIV does not exist in isolation. It is part of a syndemic of viral hepatitis, STIs, mental health and substance use disorders, and other health issues. Read our content about other infectious diseases of concern to people with or experiencing risk for HIV, including syphilis, other STIs, mpox, COVID-19, and hepatitis B & C.