We are committed to supporting communities most disproportionately impacted by HIV and AIDS through Positive Action.
Through our Positive Action programs, we engage with key stakeholders and organizations at the national, regional and local levels to gain insight, increase collaboration and deliver innovative approaches to accelerate the HIV response. We develop and fund innovative community-based programs that seek to eliminate disparities in HIV care together with the HIV and AIDS community. We are here until HIV isn’t.
As the fight against HIV and AIDS continues, ViiV Healthcare is scaling up our response with more resources to disrupt persistent disparities for communities most impacted by HIV.
If you missed our “Connecting the Dots Virtual Conversation” about how to engage with ViiV Healthcare’s expanded commitment this year, you can watch a recording here.
Through our Positive Action for Latinx Men program, we are committed to developing culturally appropriate and inclusive programming to address rising rates of HIV diagnoses in Latinx gay, bisexual, queer and trans men living with and affected by HIV and AIDS.
Through our Positive Action for Youth program, we are committed to supporting innovative solutions and supportive mentorship programs to develop young leaders with the goal of closing gaps in HIV and AIDS, especially for young people.
Through Positive Action Community Grants (PACG), ViiV Healthcare supports community-led efforts to increase engagement in prevention and care, address stigma and build trust in HIV care among communities most disproportionately impacted by HIV and AIDS. Organizations applying to PACG may request funding for General Operating Support, Special Events Sponsorships or Project Support.
Through our Positive Action for Women program, we are committed to breaking down isolation and stigma to improve access to networks of care for women of color living with and affected by HIV and AIDS.
Through our Positive Action Southern Initiative, we are committed to expanding and enhancing community-based linkage to care services and adherence to treatment for people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS in the Southern US.