The City of Los Angeles AIDS Coordinator's Office has been working on a transmasculine reproductive justice and sexual health study.Read more
Researchers at UCLA are currently interviewing trans young people (ages 18-22) as part of a research study on Trans Youth Perspectives on the Juvenile Justice System in Southern California. This is a trans-led study to learn more about the experiences of trans young people in the juvenile justice system. Interviews are confidential and identities are protected.Read more
As we celebrate Women’s History Month and mark National Black Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on Saturday, March 10, 2018, the Black AIDS Institute is launching a Black Women and PrEP Tool Kit, offering direct services for Black women in our prevention clinic in Los Angeles, and announcing that we will conduct a series of summits nationwide to increase capacity for advocacy and education around PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) access for Black women.Read more
Job Opportunity: The City of Long Beach is hiring a part-time coordinator to lead the My Brother’s Keeper initiative!
Using Evidence-Informed Interventions to Improve Health Outcomes among People Living with HIV – Request for Proposals
If your organization receives Ryan White funding (either directly or indirectly) AND is not currently a HRSA SPNS grantee, you are eligible to apply for this funding opportunity!!Read more
California has long been known as a beacon for progressive politics, but for many communities of color and Indigenous people, this idealistic vision of California has never been the reality. Our report launching RACE COUNTS makes the case for racial equity and lays out a path to achieve that vision for all Californians. Through our three-dimensional analysis of racial equity — looking at performance, disparity, and impact across 44 indicators in seven issue areas — we find that though racial disparities are present everywhere in California, each region has its own unique landscape of key issues and needs:Read more
The Youth Count is a component of the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count, and data collected on young people experiencing homelessness from this effort directly impacts local, state, and federal measures when addressing homeless youth services.Read more
Passionate about creating HIV awareness? The 2018 LA National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day (NYHAAD) Youth Ambassador Program Application is now open!
Every year on April 10th, we celebrate . NYHAAD is a national day that serves as an opportunity to create awareness about how HIV impacts young people and their community. On this day we strive to support young people in bringing awareness about HIV to their communities. Thus, the LA NYAAD Youth Ambassador Program was created to bring young leaders and activists together to promote prevention, treatment, care, and youth empowerment.Read more