AIDS Action Council
AIDS Action has been instrumental in the development and implementation of major public health policies that improve the quality of life for those living with HIV/AIDS and that ensures evidence based prevention programs to stop the spread of new infections.
In 1984, three years after the first reported AIDS cases, lawmakers remained silent as AIDS became national epidemic. Alarmed by the federal government's lack of action, a handful of the nation's community-based AIDS service organizations came together to create a united voice to educate and engage our elected officials. AIDS Action was created to forge a coordinated national response to AIDS and to ensure that our federal government responded. Our successes have been many including the passage of the Ryan While Care Act in 1990 and its subsequent reauthorizations.
On Jan. 1, 2011, AIDS Action and the National AIDS Fund merged to create a stronger national organization in the fight against HIV/AIDS, called AIDS United.
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Latest by AIDS Action Council
AIDS Action Sends Letters to Vice Presidential Candidates Critiquing Their Comments on the Domestic HIV Epidemic
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History of ADAP
Program's Struggle to Keep Apace With the Domestic Epidemic
Current Reality and Needs The President's ADAP "Direct Purchase" Initiative
The Future of ADAP
Two Perspectives on the Future Direction of ADA...
Overview Themes of the 2000 Reauthorization Title Overview and Update Conclusion
The Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Relief Emergency (CARE) Act was first enacted in 1990. The CARE Act is required to be reauthorized, a process of rev...
Total Reported AIDS Cases Demographic Trends Fiscal Year 2003 Funding for HIV/AIDS in the United States Serostatus Reporting U.S. AIDS Leadership References
While the federal government's investment in treatment and research is helping p...
Introduction Medicaid and HIV/AIDS ETHA Legislation Concerns Conclusions AIDS Action Position References
The Early Treatment for HIV Act (ETHA) is proposed legislation that was originally introduced in the 106th and 107th...
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The Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Relief Emergency Act (the CARE Act) is the largest source of federal funding for people living with HIV/AIDS in the United States. The CARE Act was first enacted in 1990, and Congress reauthorized the CARE Act in 200...