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AIDS Action
AIDS Action is New England's oldest and largest provider of AIDS services, education and advocacy. Organized in 1983 by a small group of volunteers, the community-based organization now includes a professional staff of 100 supported by several thousand volunteers. AIDS Action currently provides support services to more than 1500 men, women and children living with AIDS and HIV.

AIDS Atlanta
AID Atlanta is a site that provides information which promotes AIDS and HIV awareness and education. Information is also given about HIV testing and research and volunteer opportunities.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation
At the heart of AIDS Healthcare Foundation is a simple philosophy. Access to health care is a human right and should not be determined by a person's income. AIDS Healthcare Foundation offers its services regardless of a person's ability to pay.

Ben Gardner's original AIDS Info BBS ported to the worldwide web.

AIDS Medicine and Miracles
AIDS Medicine and Miracles is a very informative site. Has sections on researchers, conference schedule and poetry/stories too.

AIDS News On-the-Net
Link to the latest News and information on AIDS and HIV, with literature searches, books and more. See. also, AEGIS News Archive

AIDS Outreach Center
AIDS Outreach Center (AOC) is the primary organization in Tarrant and surrounding counties, Texas, serving men, women and children with HIV or AIDS and their families, educating the public about the HIV epidemic, and advocating for sound HIV public policy.

AIDS Project Los Angeles
AIDS Project Los Angeles is dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by HIV disease; reducing the incidence of HIV infection through risk-reduction education; and advocating for fair and effective public policy.

AIDS Digest: The Washington Blade
AIDS Digest is a weekly column of the Washington Blade. The Blade was first published in 1969, and has become the weekly news source for Washington's large and visible Gay community.

AIDS Research Information Center
AIDS Research Information Center is a private, non-profit, AIDS medical information service located in Baltimore, MD. ARIC's primary mission is Patient Empowerment Through Information.

AIDS Resources and Services of Northwest Ohio
NWOAIDS is a network for providing HIV and AIDS information to health professionals, patients and consumers in Northwest Ohio. It identifies agencies and organizations that provide HIV/AIDS services, such as testing, counseling and other types of support in twelve counties, as well as prominent national resource sites.

AIDS Rochester Online
AIDS Rochester Online is a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating fears about AIDS that result from ignorance. Through informative journals and links, and comprehensive answers to commonly asked questions, this organization seeks to educate the public.

AIDS Services Charlottesville
Comprehensive AIDS/HIV client services and HIV education throughout Central Virginia. Support for families and friends of PWAs.

AIDS Treatment Data Network
Information about clinical trials, new treatments, extensive glossaries and newsletter, Simple Facts Sheets on conditions and treatments.

AIDS Treatment News
AIDS Treatment News is an internationally recognized newsletter. It is one of the primary treatment resources for community-based organizations, government agencies, and individuals. Hosted by Immunet, AIDS Treatment News has been available on AEGIS since 1990.

AIDS Virtual Library
Involved in the medical and social aspects of AIDS issues the Library has info on clinical trials conferences commercial sites organizations and more.

Alternative Medicine
The Alternative Medicine Homepage is a jumpstation for sources of information on unconventional, unorthodox, unproven, or alternative, complementary, innovative, integrative therapies.

AMFAR Listing of Pharmaceutical Drug Assistance Programs
The mission of the American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR) is to prevent death and disease associated with HIV/AIDS and to foster sound AIDS-related public policies.

Argus Clearinghouse
The Argus Clearinghouse provides a central access point for value-added topical guides which identify, describe, and evaluate Internet-based information resources.

Association of Clinicians for the Underserved
The mission of the ACU is to improve the health of underserved populations by enhancing the development and support of health care clinicians serving these populations.

Being Alive Los Angeles
Being Alive is an organization of and for people with HIV/AIDS. We understand the pain and the fear, how easy it is to hide, how difficult it can be to come to terms with this disease and reach out.

CARE's AIDS Information Center
Since the late 1980s, CARE has fought against the spread of AIDS. Today CARE offers AIDS prevention projects in 17 high-risk countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

Catskill Rural AIDS Services
Catskill Rural AIDS Services (CRAS) is an independent volunteer organization serving Delaware and Otsego counties in central New York. CRAS provides support services for people living with AIDS and their families, through a network of local volunteers.

The Center for AIDS: Houston
The Center for AIDS operates a treatment information center which is Houston's largest repository of AIDS treatment information. Friendly, knowledgeable staff are on hand to help people find the information they need.

The Center for Substance Abuse Research (CESAR) is a research center within the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Maryland College Park. A primary mission of CESAR is to collect, analyze, and disseminate information on the nature and extent of substance abuse and related problems in Maryland and nationally.

Clinical Care Options for HIV
Comprehensive HIV Resource (also offers CME), Treatment guide, Journal, HIV Conference Summaries.

Colorado AIDS Project
The mission of Colorado AIDS Project is to improve lives affected by HIV and AIDS and to prevent HIV infection. Since its inception in 1983, Colorado AIDS Project (CAP) has served more than 3,000 women, men and children diagnosed with AIDS or Symptomatic HIV disease through its Client Services programs.

Condomania focuses on assisting customers of every age, sex, culture and sexual orientation in the purchase of condoms and safer-sex products.

Critical Path AIDS Project
Critical Path AIDS Project was founded by persons with AIDS (PWAs) to provide treatment, resource, and prevention information in wide-ranging levels of detail--for researchers, service providers, treatment activists, but, first and foremost, for other PWAs who often find themselves in urgent need of information quickly and painlessly.

Delaware HIV Consortium
The mission of the Delaware HIV Consortium is to facilitate and promote statewide coordination and collaboration of organizations, groups, and individuals who are developing, implementing, and advocating services and policies aimed at the prevention of HIV and the care of people and communities affected by HIV/AIDS in Delaware.

Doctor's Guide to the Internet: HIV/AIDS
Doctor's Guide to the Internet, provides AIDS/HIV news and related articles updated daily. Many links here.

Drug Interactions
Drug interaction information from the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics, San Francisco, California.

Family Link: San Francisco
The Family Link provides affordable accommodation in a safe and supportive environment. The goal is to provide a "home away from home" where guests, staff and volunteers together create an atmosphere of friendship and trust.

Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline
The Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline began in May 1985 through an agreement with the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (now called The Florida Department of Health) and Telephone Counseling and Referra Service of Tallahassee.

Gay Men's Health Crisis
(GMHC) GMHC, founded by volunteers in 1981, is the oldest and largest not-for-profit AIDS organization in the United States. GMHC offers hands-on support services to more than 9,500 men, women and children with AIDS and their families in New York City annually, as well as education and advocacy for hundreds of thousands nationwide

GayPoz is an internet discussion list for GAY MEN WHO ARE HIV POSITIVE to share emotional support, medical information, and their everyday life experiences while living with HIV / AIDS.

Global Reproductive Health Forum
The Global Reproductive Health Forum @ Harvard (GRHF) is an Internet networking project that aims to encourage the proliferation of critical, democratic discussions about reproductive health and gender on the net.

Harry Benjamin Int'l Gender Dysphoria Association The Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association, Inc. (HBIGDA) is a professional organization devoted to the understanding and treatment of gender identity disorders.

Harvard AIDS Institute
In 1988, the Harvard AIDS Institute was created to expedite and expand the already substantial amount of AIDS research conducted at Harvard University and its affiliated hospitals. Now at the forefront of the fight against AIDS, the Institute is dedicated to conducting research to end the worldwide AIDS epidemic.

Health Initiatives for Youth
Health Initiatives For Youth is a unique partnership of youth and adults working together to increase access to, and the quality of, health care for young people.

"Set by Positively HIV (a volunteer organization) this site is dedicated to serving those with HIV and AIDS. Chat bookstore, cyberquilt, bookstore, stats, personal rants, library, news, links and much more."

HIVdent (Oral Health Care Services)
HIVDENT is a not-for-profit coalition of concerned health care professionals committed to assuring access to high quality oral health care services for adults, adolescents, and children living with HIV disease. HIVDENT disseminates state-of-the-art treatment information and shares expertise in advocacy, development, training, integration, and evaluation of oral health services for the HIV-infected population.
The staff of is a group of individuals closely linked to the communities of people living with HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C virus infection. Our common objective is to create a quality online publication that provides practical, reliable information about treatment and experimental vaccine options for these chronic conditions.

Comprehensive and reliable information on HIV/AIDS treatment, policy, research, epidemiology, and prevention from the University of California, San Francisco.

The Infoweb has compiled medical info from AIDS treatment newsletters, email conference lists, and other non-Web sources with cutting edge information, such as anecdotal reports of side effects and treatment stratagems.

HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service
The HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service (ATIS) provides information about federally approved treatment guidelines for HIV and AIDS.

HIV/AIDS Medication Guide
The HIV/AIDS Medication Guide provides up-to-date information on HIV medications (drug-drug interactions, guidelines for treatment as per CDC, education pamphlets for patients, nutritional information, etc.) and tools to improve adherence to therapy

Immunet is an informative non-profit AIDS service organization on the WWW offering free HIV/AIDS medical education. Also AIDS/HIV continuing medical education courses online for healthcare professionals - for credit

International AIDS Vaccine Initiative
The IAVI site endeavors to keep the world informed on the development of a safe, effective, accessible HIV vaccine for use throughout the world.

International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care
IAPAC describes its global mission here and provides this comprehensive site with information on antiviral therapies consumer information diseases and more. Search the site also.

Johns Hopkins AIDS Service
All information on The Johns Hopkins AIDS Service World Wide Web site is reviewed by the editors for relevance, accuracy and timeliness. A really useful site.

JAMA HIV/AIDS Information Center
An informative source of journals and articles from an up-to-date archive, the latest news on AIDS and HIV, patient information, and a host of other useful services.

Kaiser Family Foundation - HIV/AIDS
This site offers information concerning a wide variety of topics in the health related field. Some include HIV/AIDS testing, medical insurance, and Medicaid.

Los Angeles Jewish AIDS Services
If you are Jewish and living with HIV/AIDS, or love someone living with HIV/AIDS, the Jewish community cares about you and wants to help.

Love Danny
Danny Gale hosts Love, Danny on GAYBC Radio. Join him every Monday through Friday for a positive perspective on living life to the fullest with HIV and AIDS

Marty Howard's AIDS Page
A very comprehensive list of links, continuously updated. You can subscribe to many HIV/AIDS related mailing lists through this page.

Mayo HIV/AIDS Clinic
Our mission is to provide the highest quality compassionate patient care through an integrated, multi-disciplinary team of physicians, scientists, and allied health professionals.

This site is intended to provide a forum for anyone with questions or comments about HIV and the military. Active duty, former members, and family members of military personnel are especially encouraged to participate with questions an d comments about this subject.

Momentum AIDS Project
The Momentum project provides support for AIDS victims. These services include nutritional support and counseling. Information about volunteering and other ways to become involved with the project are available.

Mother's Voices
Until there is a cure, education is our first line of defense against the AIDS pandemic, and who better to teach the worlds' children about this preventable disease than its mothers?

Names Project The AIDS Memorial Quilt is the largest on-going community arts project in the world. Each of the over 41,000 colorful panels in the Quilt was made to remember the life of a person lost to AIDS.

National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project
Contains up to the minute in depth HIV / AIDS treatment information. With forums HIV drug info, newsletter, and more.

National Food Safety Database
This is a multi-state/agency effort toward a sustainable system of national food safety databases. The primary funding agency is the United States Department of Agriculture under special project no. 97-EFSQ-1-0091.

New Mexico AIDS InfoNet
The New Mexico AIDS InfoNet is a project of the HIV Coordinating Council of New Mexico. The InfoNet is intended to make information on HIV/AIDS services and treatments easily accessible in both English and Spanish for residents of New Mexico.

New York State HIV Special Needs Program (SNP)
This page is dedicated to information relevant to HIV Managed Care and the New York State HIV SNP.

Pater Noster Houses Our mission is to provide safe, loving homes for men, women and children with AIDS, and to assist others with HIV in the community as much as possible

Physicians' Research Network
(PRN) PRN's mission is to provide ongoing peer support to physicians providing comprehensive care to HIV patients who, like the patients they serve, face many issues of clinical uncertainty.

Pregnancy and HIV: What Women and Doctors Need to Know An excellent collection of resources from the Health Care Financing Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Project Inform
Project Inform has been at the front lines in the fight against HIV and AIDs since 1985-when reliable information about the disease and its treatment was nearly impossible to obtain. Project Inform is a national, non-profit, community-based organization working to end the AIDS epidemic.

Project Open Hand
In 1985 Ruth Brinker, a retired grandmother, watched a dear friend die of AIDS. She realized that, for many people with AIDS, malnutrition was causing death as much as the illness itself. At that time, no social service agency would provide meals to those too weak from AIDS and too impoverished to feed themselves. Using her experience as a manager with another food program, Ruth enlisted the help of friends, secured a basement kitchen at a local church and began to deliver daily meals to seven clients. Project Open Hand was born.

REACH is the Kansas City HIV/AIDS site for everyone, with time-saving directories to links to national web sites plus Kansas City resources.

Ryan White Foundation
The Ryan White Foundation provides information on Ryan White, HIV, AIDS, and contains information on upcoming events and programs that benefit those with AIDS and AID foundations.

Roxane Pain Institute
Online pain management information resource for physicians and other health care providers, as well as patients. Contains slide show, library, product info, and more.

San Francisco AIDS Foundation
The San Francisco AIDS Foundation was founded in 1982 in San Francisco's Castro district as an emergency response to a quickly emerging health crisis. Its primary purpose was simply to assemble and disseminate critical information to gay men who were being diagnosed with a rare and frightening cancer.

Seattle-King County Dept. of Public Health HIV/AIDS Program The HIV/AIDS Program (formerly the AIDS Prevention Project) was established in 1983 within the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health. Over the past decade we have worked with the community to develop a model network of HIV/AIDS services.

Sexual Orientation: Science, Education, and Policy This site features work by Dr. Gregory Herek - a noted authority on antigay prejudice (or homophobia), hate crimes, and AIDS stigma - and his Northern California Community Research Group at the University of California, Davis. It provides factual information about sexual orientation and HIV/AIDS to promote the use of scientific knowledge for education and enlightened public policy.

The Babes Network
The BABES Network was started by a diverse group of HIV positive women who cam e together to share information, experiences, and support. BABES is founded on the concept that HIV+ women are uniquely qualified to understand and encourage one another.

The "Bad Bug Book" - Food and Drug Administration This handbook provides basic facts regarding foodborne pathogenic microorganisms and natural toxins. Some technical terms have been linked to the National Library of Medicine's Entrez glossary. Recent articles from Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports have been added to selected chapters to update the handbook with information on later outbreaks or incidents of foodborne disease.

The Body: A Multimedia Info Resource This multimedia resource site has basic information on AIDS online forums and support treatment and research overviews and govt. updates.

The Safer Sex Page was started by John Troyer. John amassed this site's materials while he was pursuing his education at the University of California at San Francisco.

The United Methodist Church: HIV/AIDS Ministries HIV/AIDS poses one of the most significant health risks of our time. Many United Methodists have been in the forefront of ministry with persons living with HIV and AIDS, including the Health and Welfare Ministries, which has been activitly involved in the HIV/AIDS pandemic since the mid-1980s.

Treatment Action Group Founded in January, 1992, the Treatment Action Group, or TAG, is dedicated solely to advocating for larger and more efficient research efforts, both public and private, towards finding a cure for AIDS.

Whitman-Walker Clinic, Washington, D.C. Whitman-Walker Clinic is a non-profit, volunteer-based, lesbian and gay community health organization serving the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Our volunteers and staff are dedicated to providing or facilitating the delivery of high quality, comprehensive, integrated and accessible health care services.

VA Medical Center, San Francisco - AIDS Information Center The AIDS Information Center was established in 1989 to meet the rapidly expanding information needs of VA personnel involved in HIV/AIDS patient care, education and research. The Center is located in Learning Resources Service at the San Francisco VA Medical Center.

University of Michigan HIV/AIDS Treatment Program Serves as a way to introduce the University of Michigan HIV/AIDS program and to serve as a one-stop resource for those living with HIV and AIDS and those who deliver their care.

UCSF AIDS Program at San Francisco General Hospital Since the UCSF AIDS Program at San Francisco General Hospital opened its doors in 1983, they have been a leader in serving many communites affected by HIV and AIDS, striving to provide care, knowledge, leadership and hope. Today we care for over 2,000 people living with HIV. Our commitment to these patients is the heart of our program.

Women Alive
Now, it is easier to get in contact with other HIV positive women around the world!