Welcome to The Well Project community!Please click on the links below to join us on Facebook and/or Twitter to receive HIV news updates, access discussion groups and to connect with others living with, and affected by, HIV. Please join us and spread the word to others!
We also encourage you to join in discussions on our blog, entitled, "A Girl Like Me", which is a place where women of all ages can share their stories and promote understanding of HIV through online storytelling. If you are a woman living with HIV who likes to write and to share your story and experiences with others, click here to find out how you can become a contributor to A Girl Like Me.
Note to Members:The Discussion Groups on The Well Project web site have been moved to our Facebook page; we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We encourage you to become a fan of our Facebook page and start new discussion groups on topics that are important to you. Please read below for more information.
Want to remain anonymous? Both Facebook and Twitter allow you to create an alias if you wish to remain anonymous. Please be assured that we will not share your information with anyone, but the name and image you use to follow us on Twitter or Facebook can be seen by others who follow The Well Project on these websites.
What are Twitter and Facebook? Twitter and Facebook are "social media" web sites designed to connect people interested in similar topics and to create a place for people to exchange ideas and discuss these topics online.
We use Twitter to let you share new or updated info on our web site and to share links to current HIV news articles that relate to women, treatment or other topics we think are important. We will also use it to share information to our community about your organization such as local events or searches for volunteers! So follow us on Twitter and we will do the same!
We use Facebook to provide important HIV news updates and links to The Well Project, but also see it as a place where you can share your thoughts and ideas by posting on our wall or to start a discussion group with others on a topic that is important to you.