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Washington, DC: Resources
Annual Epidemiology & Surveillance Report: This report was compiled through the combined efforts of many individuals in the District of Columbia Department of Health HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD, and TB Administration, with major contribution from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University. This report would not have been possible without the hard work, dedication, and contribution of health care providers, community groups, researchers, and members of the community.
AIDS Vu Washington, DC: Local Data: Washington, DC, in 2018, there were 14,194 people living with HIV in Washington, DC. In 2018, 275 people were newly diagnosed with HIV.
HOPE DC : HOPE DC aims to assist the growing numbers of HIV+ gay men in the Washington, DC area, and those living with or affected by HIV. Although our primary mission is for gay men, we don’t discriminate as to who may use our services.
Cause IQ Washington DC hiv / aids organizations: There are 54 hiv / aids focused organizations in the greater Washington DC metro area, including the cities of Washington DC, Bethesda, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Rockville, Alexandria, Arlington, and Reston within the states of Maryland, District of Columbia, and Virginia. Combined, these Washington DC metro hiv / aids organizations employ 912 people, earn more than $457 million in revenue each year, and have assets of $177 million.
DC Health: DC Health promotes health, wellness, and equity, across the District, and protects the safety of residents, visitors and those doing business in our nation’s Capital. Our responsibilities include identifying health risks; educating the public; preventing and controlling diseases, injuries, and exposure to environmental hazards; promoting effective community collaborations; and optimizing equitable access to community resources. Whitman-Walker Pathways: Positive Pathways supports people living with HIV by helping them access HIV medical care. Positive Pathways is a partnership program between Whitman-Walker, Washington AIDS Partnership, CommonHealth ACTION and other DC organizations. The partnership program helps African Americans who are living with HIV in Wards 5, 6, 7 and 8 in Washington, DC with their HIV medical care. The program focuses primarily on women. It also supports men who are incarcerated, or were recently released, and who have a history of injection drug use, or who are the partners of women participating in the program.
Metropolitan Housing Access Program (MHAP) District of Columbia Residents: The Metropolitan Housing Access Program (MHAP), is the centralized source for housing services and housing information for persons living with HIV/AIDS. MHAP offers financial assistance, housing programs, and Housing Information & Referral Services (HIRS) for eligible District of Columbia residents.
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