National and local organizations are the heart of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. They play a critical role in helping the Office on Women's Health (OWH) shed light on the impact HIV/AIDS has on women and girls by holding events and engaging in other promotional activities.
Please note: The Office on Women's Health does not endorse or promote private organizations that participate in activities in connection with National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day or the products or services of such organizations.
Federal Partners are other offices within the federal government that are committed to celebrating National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day by disseminating information and sharing information on their websites and through their social media channels.
AIDS.gov provides one-stop access to U.S. government HIV/AIDS information. Visit AIDS.gov for federal resources related to the impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on women and girls. Learn more at AIDS.gov about national HIV/AIDS awareness days, including National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Visit the AIDS.gov blog to learn more about women and HIV.
The HIV Testing Sites & Care Services Locator is a first-of-its-kind, location-based search tool that allows anyone to search for testing services, housing providers, health centers, and other service providers near their current location. Add the locator widget to your site.
AIDS.gov works to expand visibility of timely and relevant federal HIV policies, programs, and resources to the American public; increase the use of new media tools by government, minority, and other community partners to extend the reach of HIV programs to communities at greatest risk; and increase knowledge about HIV and access to HIV services for people most at risk for or living with HIV.
National Partners are companies and organizations that are national in scope and reach and are dedicated to celebrating National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day by organizing events, creating unique programs and initiatives, or sharing information with their members and through their networks (including their websites or social media channels). To be listed as a National Partner, please contact email@example.com.
Amazing Women Rock
Amazing Women Rock is an online hub for women and those who appreciate them. With inspiring Web-based content on role models, women's views, and an overall feel-good factor, Amazing Women Rock serves as an outlet for women to read and share life experiences as well as challenges. Amazing Women Rock will share National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day messages through its social media channels, including Twitter and Facebook.
Casa de Esperanza
Casa de Esperanza is the National Latin@ Domestic Violence Resource Center, an organization that provides support and resources for Hispanic women, children, and families to take action against domestic violence in their communities. This National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the organization will share information through its weekly e-newsletter and its social media channels.
Divas, MPH (Making Our People Healthier) is a nonprofit organization that empowers women to take an active interest in achieving health and wellness for themselves, their loved ones, and their communities. In celebration of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), Divas, MPH will share NWGHAAD information through its social media channels, including Facebook and Twitter.
Entertainment Industries Council
The Entertainment Industries Council (EIC) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1983 by leaders of the entertainment industry to bring the power and influence of the industry to bear on communication about health and social issues. EIC provides information resources for entertainment creators through innovative and time-proven services and methods of "encouraging the art of making a difference." In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, EIC will launch a 6-month "Spotlight On" special newsletter series focused on HIV/AIDS and women. From March through August 2013, the newsletters will include facts and statistics about HIV/AIDS, personal stories of women facing various aspects of HIV/AIDS, and suggestions for accurate depictions. The newsletters are distributed to more than 1,500 members of the entertainment industry.
François-Xavier Bagnoud Center (FXBC), School of Nursing, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/National Resource Center for HIV/AIDS Prevention among Adolescents
The FXBC is a leader and innovator in the collaborative development of sustainable programs for vulnerable women, children, youth, and families, including those infected and affected by HIV. In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the FXBC Women's Support Group will host a day of learning on March 19 with a focus on wellness. The FXBC National Resource Center for HIV/AIDS Prevention among Adolescents will highlight an Editor's Pick article related to women or girls and HIV on its website. The AIDS Education and Training Centers National Resource Center at FXBC will promote the awareness day via its social media channels.
Greater Than AIDS
Greater Than AIDS is a national media campaign and outreach initiative that aims to increase understanding of HIV/AIDS and empower women and girls to fight the spread of the disease. In support of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, Greater Than AIDS is making its special posters, postcards, and stickers available at no cost through its store; as well as social media tools for community organizations to promote local activities for this awareness day.
National Association of School Nurses
The National Association of School Nurses (NASN) is a nonprofit organization that represents school nurses and is dedicated to improving children's health. In observance of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, NASN will include information in its weekly member e-newsletter in addition to including messages via its social media channels.
National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) continues to provide a voice that aims to increase the prevention of domestic violence. To address the reality that domestic violence can raise the vulnerability of women and girls to HIV infection, NRCDV will host a variety of events in observance of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. From hosting a webinar to a Twitter chat to contests, NRCDV is truly encouraging people to take action.
Peer Health Exchange
Peer Health Exchange is an organization that gives teenagers the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions. It does this by training college students to teach a comprehensive health curriculum in public high schools that lack health education. For National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the organization will include information in its member e-newsletter and through social media channels.
TheBody.com, the Web's largest source of HIV and AIDS information, is celebrating National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day by continuing to provide news, health information, advocacy updates, and personal stories relevant to women living with or affected by HIV/AIDS through the month of March. The site will acknowledge NWGHAAD in several publications and features leading up to and following March 10.
The Red Pump Project
The Red Pump Project is a national organization that combines style and prevention messages to raise awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS in women and girls. Originally launched in March 2009 as a social media effort, the nonprofit expanded its presence in Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, and Washington, DC. Aside from its annual award-winning Rock the Red Pump™ campaign, the organization will support National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day by hosting events nationwide, including a reception during the SXSW festival in Austin, its annual fashion show in Chicago, and a Twitter Town Hall discussing the importance of being engaged and "rocking the red pump."
The Well Project
The Well Project is a nonprofit organization that has taken the lead in advocating for women and girls living with HIV. In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the Well Project will host a webinar featuring several HIV-positive women from its blog, A Girl Like Me. The interactive webinar will offer a chance for participants to talk to the bloggers about their experiences, as well as listen to their stories.
Community Partners are companies and organizations at the local, state, or regional level that promote National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day throughout their communities by hosting events, developing outreach programs around HIV/AIDS, engaging local media, issuing proclamations, and more. To be listed as a Community Partner, register your event.
- AACS Counseling
- ADS Resource Center Ohio
- African American Cultural Center (Us) & I Choose Life
- AIDS Action Coaliton
- AIDS Alabama
- AIDS Care
- AIDS Foundation of Chicago
- AIDS Foundation of Western Massachusetts
- AIDS Service Center
- APICHA Community Health Center
- Ardmore Family Practice
- Bay Cares
- Beautiful Gate Outreach Center
- Bee Busy Inc
- Beth Eden Baptist Church
- Boulder County AIDS Project(BCAP) and Positive Women's Network (PWN-USA)
- Bronx AIDS Services
- Brooklyn Knows
- Brown Tones Productions, Health Education and Leadership Promotions
- Buffalo Prenatal Perinatal Network/CAPC Project
- Burlington County Health Department
- Café Cultura
- Cambridge Health Alliance
- Case Western Reserve University AIDS Clinical Trials Unit
- Center for Black Women's Wellness
- Center for MultiCultural Health
- Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS)
- Centro de Salud Familiar Dr. Julio Palmieri Ferri, Inc. / Ryan White Program
- Chariti Home
- Christie's Place
- City of El Paso Department of Public Health
- Code R.E.D. - Reaching Every Dream
- Columbia( MD) Alumnae - Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
- Community Health Center
- Cornell Scott Hill Health Center
- Crittenton Services of Greater Washington
- Demoiselle 2 Femme, NFP
- Department of Behavioral Health Division of Addictive Disease
- Department of Public Health
- Desert AIDS Project
- Do One Thing
- Duke University
- Ebony Sisters Campaigning for AIDS Prevention Education (ESCAPE)
- Eddie Warrior Correctional Center
- Empowerment Resource Center
- Essence of Hope, inc.
- Eve's Circle, Inc
- Family Planning Services of Lorain County
- Family Services Unlimited, Inc.
- Frannie Peabody Center
- Gadsden County Healthy Start Coalition
- Harvard University Center for AIDS Research
- Hastings Family Planning
- Healing Our Community Collaborative, Inc. (HOCC)
- Healing Touch HIV/AIDS Ministry
- HHS Office on Women's Health-Region 10
- HIV Alliance
- Home Away From Home Teen Shelter
- Howard Brown Health Center
- Junction City Geary County Health Department
- K.I.Services, Inc.
- Knox County Health Dept.
- Latino Community Services
- Lifelong AIDS Alliance
- LIGHT Health & Wellness Comprehensive Services
- Living In Destiny/Project GRACE
- Los Angeles Family AIDS Network
- Louisa County Health Department
- Louisiana Office of Public Health STD/HIV Program
- Mariposa Community Health Center
- Maternal and Family Health Services
- Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc
- Minnesota Department of Health
- Momma's Hip Hop Kitchen
- Multicultural AIDS Coalition
- National Council of Negro Women, Inc.
- National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
- Neighborhood House
- Neponset Health Center
- Norfolk State University's Health and Wellness Initiative for Women
- NorthEast Ohio Neighborhood Health Services, Inc.
- Northern Connecticut Black Nurses Association, Inc.
- Northwest Indian College
- Office of Student Life: University of Missouri-St. Louis
- Open Door Clinic
- Orange County Bar Foundation
- Oregon Center for Nursing
- Park Duvalle Community Health Center
- Partners Against Sexually Transmitted Diseases
- PBS FRONTLINE
- Peers for Positive Change
- Philadelphia FIGHT
- Planned Parenthood of Collier County
- Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan New Jersey
- Planned Parenthood of the Heartland
- Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region
- Planned Parenthood-Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota
- Proactive Community Services
- PROCEED, Inc.
- Project K.I.S.S
- Project Kindle
- Puerto Rican Association for Human Development, Inc.
- Puerto Rico Department of Health
- Recovery Consultants of Atlanta, Inc.
- Region VII DHHS-OASH and CBO Partners
- Regional AIDS Interfaith Network (RAIN), Inc.
- rose house
- Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe
- Sandhills Medical Foundation, Inc.
- Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics
- Sista Connection
- Sisters4Sistens, Inc.
- Snohomish Health District
- Social Cinema LLC/Visual AIDS
- Southern NH HIV/AIDS Task Force
- St. Ann's Corner Harm Reduction
- St. Louis Effort for AIDS
- STAR TRACK, University of Maryland
- Tapestry Health
- The Issue of Blood Outreach and Consulting Services
- The Red Pump Project
- The Well Project
- The Women's Collective
- UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs
- UCSF: Positive Health Program: Family Service Network
- Universidad del Turabo
- University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio/South Texas Family AIDS Network (STFAN)
- University of Utah, Clinic 1A
- Ur DreamGirls Inc
- UT Southwestern Medical Center
- UTEPs Women's Health Initiative
- VCU Center for Cultural Experiences in Prevention & Institute for Women's Health
- Vista Hill SmartCare
- Vox: Voices for Planned Parenthood
- West Tennessee Regional Consortium and Community Planning Group
- West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine
- WestCare Pacific Islands
- Whitman-Walker Health
- Women Accepting Responsibility, Inc
- Women's Empowerment & Educational Network
- Wyckoff Heights Medical Center-Positive Health Management
- Young Women of Color HIV/AIDS Coalition
- YWCA Hartford Region
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Content last updated June 18, 2013.