|Advancing HIV/AIDS Prevention in Native Communities|
Project of the Colorado State University. Provides capacity building assistance to native communities, tribal health departments, state health departments, and other CDC-funded organizations serving Native Americans.
|American Indian Community House|
A nonprofit organization serving the health, social service, and cultural needs of Native Americans residing in New York City, including HIV referral and case management services.
|Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network|
A nonprofit coalition of individuals and organizations which provides leadership, support, and advocacy for Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, regardless of where they reside. Includes extensive list of resources in PDF format. Site in English and French.
|Indigenous Peoples Task Force |
A nonprofit whose mission is to provide HIV/AIDS prevention and education services to Native Americans and to provide direct services to Native Americans and their family members living with HIV. Formerly known as the Minnesota American Indian AIDS Task Force.
|Indian Health Service - HIV/AIDS Program|
(IHS) Comprehensive AIDS portal by an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that is responsible for providing federal health services to American Indians and Alaska Natives.
|National Native American AIDS Prevention Center|
(NNAAPC) The mission is to address the impact of HIV/AIDS on American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians through culturally appropriate advocacy, research, education, and policy development in support of healthy indigenous people.
|Native American AIDS Project|
Nonprofit organization located in San Francisco that offers education and prevention services, day activities program, case management, treatment, mental health services, and more.
|Project Red Talon|
A project of the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board, providing HIV/STD prevention education, training, technical assistance, capacity building, and resource materials to federally recognized American Indian tribes in the Pacific Northwest..
|HIV InSite Knowledge Base|