Greater Than AIDS is a leading public information response focused on the U.S. domestic HIV/AIDS epidemic, in particular communities and people most affected.

Through targeted media messages and community outreach, Greater Than AIDS and its partners work to increase knowledge and understanding of HIV/AIDS and confront the stigma surrounding the disease, while promoting actions to stem its spread.

More than 250 individuals living with and affected by HIV, have shared their stories and experiences in Greater Than AIDS campaigns.

A detailed website provides information and local referrals for those seeking more information. With more than 600,000 followers and growing daily, Greater Than AIDS on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube is the largest social media community focused on the domestic epidemic and a go-to destination for those looking to find – and offer – advice and support.

Launched in 2009, Greater Than AIDS works with a broad network of public and private sector partners – including Federal, state and local health agencies, national leadership groups, AIDS service and other community organizations, media and corporate allies, among others – on outreach. While national in scope, Greater Than AIDS focuses on communities and people at greatest risk.

The Kaiser Family Foundation – a nonprofit leader in health policy and communications (not affiliated with Kaiser Permanente) – provides strategic direction and day-to-day oversight, as well as produces Greater Than AIDS public information campaigns.

Greater Than AIDS references the latest epidemiological data, published research, and government sources, such as the CDC and NIH. Click here for national surveys and other research from Greater Than AIDS and the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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