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National HIV/AIDS Strategy

HRSA Contributions to Accomplishing the Goals

In line with the President’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy of 2010 – the first of its kind – HRSA has taken up the charge of further arresting the spread of the disease through prevention efforts that have already averted more than 350,000 new infections in the United States.

The Strategy has three primary goals: reduce the number of people who become infected; increase access to care and optimize health outcomes for people living with the virus; and reduce HIV-related health disparities through a more coordinated national response to the HIV epidemic.

The work of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy cuts across all HRSA programs from health centers to National Health Service Corps providers.  From woman and their children to those living in rural and frontier areas.  The epidemic reaches across all populations and through coordinated efforts like those detailed here we can hope to realize the dream of an “AIDS –Free Generation.” 

The site includes recorded webinars, articles on successful grantee efforts, policy guidance and more from across HRSA, partner agencies and organizations.  

Goal 1: Reduce New HIV Infections

Goal 2: Increase Access to Care and Improve Health Outcomes for People Living with HIV

 Goal 3: Reduce HIV-Related Health Disparities

See a full list of HRSA Contributions to Accomplishing the Goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (PDF - 216 KB)

last updated: 04/15/2014