Southern Resource Portal
Click the links below to view state-specific HIV/AIDS resources and fact sheets.


Regional Resources

AIDSWatch 2016:

HIV, once an almost universally fatal disease, can now be managed as a chronic medical condition. New and improved medications, expanded health coverage options, and an updated understanding of the relationship between treatment, care, and prevention have created a new paradigm for the HIV epidemic in the United States— and the promise of ending new infections.

Fulfilling this promise, however, will require sound policy, adequate resources, and leadership. There must be collaboration—across the political aisle; between federal, state, and local governments; and among the public and private sectors. Download the 2016 legislative asks HERE.

AIDSWatch 2016

Reports and Surveillance:

Southern States Manifesto: Update 2012

SASI – HIV/AIDS in the Southern US: Trends from 2008-2011 Show a Consistent Disproportionate Epidemic

SASI Update: The Continuing HIV/AIDS Crisis in the South


Advocacy Tools:

Ryan White Stories Booklet, 2014

AIDS United – The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and People Living with HIV

Appropriations – AIDS Budget and Appropriations Coalition (ABAC) FY15 Chart

SASI – HOPWA Update: The South Receives Disproportionately Lower HOPWA Funding than Other Regions

NAHC – Housing for Persons Living with AIDS (HOPWA) Program

NAHC – Housing is Prevention & Care