These stories highlight people, programs, and topics to inspire and inform the Ryan White community.
A significant proportion of African Americans living with HIV/AIDS get care from HRSA's Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.
People with HIV are at a much higher risk of being unstably housed or homeless than the general population. In turn, less stable housing hinders HIV viral suppression.
- States are required to start reviewing the eligibility of every person enrolled in Medicaid in February, March, or April.
- A searchable database is now available to access slides and videos from HRSA Ryan White Conferences stretching back to 2020.
Learn about World AIDS Day and activities of HRSA's Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.
- Video timeline of the work of HRSA's AIDS Education and Training Centers (AETC) program to training the HIV clinical workforce to expand and adjust to new priorities.
Learn about the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program's commitment to HIV/AIDS care among Latino populations.
- Resilient, Black, and Graceful: A Night of a Thousand Words, brought together 30 Black women from greater Atlanta to celebrate and share stories about their lives after being diagnosed.
National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is September 27. Learn about Ryan White activities targeting gay/bisexual men.
The population of people with HIV in the United States is, on average, growing older--a sign of success of the efficacy of being engaged in care.
- The 2022 Quality of Care Award winners, for Leadership in Quality Improvement, are Dallas County and Santa Rosa Community Health Centers.
- August 18, 2022 marks the 32nd anniversary of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.
- Each year, over 50,000 HIV care providers receive AETC HIV training to better equip them to deliver HIV care to people with HIV.
- Imagine: Ending HIV. It’s Possible is the name of a new, national campaign to encourage and energize the HIV workforce to achieve the national goal of ending the HIV epidemic.
- Review of fact sheet on different coverage and cost-sharing considerations for LAI ART across public and private payers.
RWHAP activities to enhance HIV testing in order to bring more infected persons into care.
- Coming Home: Women, Race, Social Justice & HIV, a virtual learning experience that centered voices from the community of justice-involved Black women with HIV.
- To prepare for this blog, I keep asking myself: What does it mean to be a “long-term survivor” of HIV?
- Resources to build patient self-care skills in communicating with their health care staff, understanding their health insurance coverage, and taking on a co-equal role in their health care.
In the U.S., 15-30% of people with HIV are coinfected with hepatitis C. Rates are much higher among injection drug users who have HIV.
In 2020, Asians and Native Hawaiians/Pacific Islanders comprised 1.7% of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) clients.
The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program has a rich history as an delivering HIV care to young people, especially hard-to-reach populations.
- Did you know? Most people with very low incomes can now enroll in subsidized Marketplace coverage.
American Indians/Alaska Natives comprise 0.5% of persons receiving HIV care from the RWHAP.
From 2010 through 2020, viral suppression increased from 66.3% to 89.4% among female RWHAP clients receiving HIV medical care.