Get some tips on how to use your voice in HIV advocacy. Learn about advisory councils, community advisory boards, IRBs, and more.

Submitted on Dec 4, 2014

Learn more about different ways to be an HIV advocate, including speaking up for yourself or a loved one.

Submitted on Dec 4, 2014

Learn about common, important ways to plan for the future care of your children: guardianship, standby guardianship, wills, and adoption.

Submitted on May 27, 2014

Find out about the different public benefits that can help you get health care, HIV drugs, housing, food, jobs, and help paying your bills.

Submitted on Jul 10, 2014

Learn about the healing power of support groups - what they are and how to set one up, get it going, and tend to issues as it grows.

Submitted on Oct 21, 2014

Learn about harmful effects of stigma and discrimination and read inspiring stories of HIV+ women overcoming stigma to lead full, healthy lives.

Submitted on Oct 27, 2014

Get tips on talking to the media as well as the best ways to use social media in advocacy around HIV/AIDS.

Submitted on Nov 25, 2014

Talking with children about HIV can be tough but important. Get some tips on how to share age appropriate information about HIV with kids.

Submitted on Nov 26, 2014

Learn about reasonable accommodation in the workplace, your rights by law as a person living with HIV, and how to take care of yourself at work.

Submitted on Jul 4, 2014

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There are several different options for reducing the chances of passing on HIV while trying to get pregnant. If you are a woman living with HIV who is either single or in a same-sex relationship, the conception options below will help you understand what might be the best for you, and to prepare for discussions with your health care provider.

Learn about lab tests that are important for your health – what they are, what they measure, and how results are used.

In 2005 the Women and HIV Think Tank changed its name to WRI to reflect the work of the group and ongoing commitment to measurable results in the management of HIV disease in women.