World AIDS Day: Ending HIV

Free Resources for World AIDS Day

December 1 is World AIDS Day!

Things may look different this year during COVID-19, but HIV services are still available – and more important than ever. Greater Than AIDS has FREE resources to support your work – today and every day – in keeping our communities healthy and connected to care.

COVID-19 Ambassador Videos to Stay Connected & Healthy

New Videos to Help You Stay Connected & Healthy During COVID-19

While HIV services may look different during COVID-19, they’re still available! From at-home HIV testing to virtual appointments and tele-PrEP, care is innovating to meet people where they are today.

In new videos – filmed over Zoom from their homes – Ambassadors share how they’re staying healthy and connected during COVID-19.

Real Stories of HIV & Mental Health

HIV & Mental Health: Real People. Real Stories.

Many people face mental health challenges at some point in their life. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, that number is as high as one in five. A new diagnosis, or even managing a chronic health condition, can bring on more stress. During COVID-19 the pressures are even greater. In powerful videos from…

Staying Healthy: HIV and Coronavirus 3

Staying Healthy: HIV and COVID-19

With more cases of COVID-19 occurring in the U.S., maintaining a healthy immune system is more important than ever. For individuals living with HIV, this means keeping your CD4 count up and viral load low.

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Greater Than AIDS Goes Hollywood!

Greater Than AIDS was in Los Angeles for the Black AIDS Institute’s annual Heroes in the Struggle awards ceremony!...
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Greater Than AIDS at USCA 2017!

Greater Than AIDS is on the move to join thousands in Washington, DC for the 21st annual United States...
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We Are Family: Deondre and Kathy

Deondre Moore was in his first year of college when he was diagnosed with HIV. His first thought was...