It was not until the ADAP conference that I realized how important support is when getting adjusted to living with HIV. When I was newly diagnosed with HIV, having support played a huge role in my...
Submitted on : Oct 12, 2017
My name is Lilian from Kenya. I am 37 years old. As a young lady I always had the dream in life just like any other person to have a good education and start my family.
Submitted on : Sep 8, 2017
I have been HIV positive for three years this past April. The way I found out has changed my whole life and I am definitely not the same person I was three years ago.
Submitted on : Jun 28, 2017
Well, where do I start? I have been going through a rollercoaster for some years now. Every time that it seems I am on the road to healing and stability something happens!
Submitted on : Feb 15, 2017
Feeling low? Learn about depression – what it is, why women living with HIV are likely to have it, and why it is important to find and treat.
Submitted on : Feb 13, 2017
Yesterday I found out someone I knew who was HIV positive committed suicide.
Submitted on : Jan 23, 2017
Today marks 33 years since the discovery of the HIV virus... and this same virus has been reigning for decades. As we commemorate this day by remembering fallen heroes we ought to acknowledge the...
Submitted on : Dec 1, 2016
In response to Walking the Thin Black Line of Violence in the Lives of HIV+ Women by Loren Jones, Board Member, Positive Women’s Network-USA I was thinking the same thing when I read about a Day of...
Submitted on : Oct 26, 2016
Thinking about my story. What really is my story? I grew up in Chicopee, Mass. I have my GED. I have a daughter, I buried a son, I was a dancer for 12 years, and have had my battles with self, life, love, etc.
Submitted on : Sep 27, 2016
Is there something about me that suggests that I am a peacock? Definitely, even then you could not miss that I was brought up to be a proud woman.
Submitted on : Sep 21, 2016

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In 2014 we conducted the largest outcomes measurement survey on The Well Project programming in our history. This survey collected demographic information and measured the use and impact of The Well Project's online resources on health-seeking behaviors and quality-of-life indicators.

Diarrhea is often a common problem for people living with HIV. Learn how it affects your body and what you can do to prevent and treat it.

On July 7, The Well Project joined forces with partner organizations, Positive Women’s Network-USA, and TheBody.com to present its 3rd webinar in the 2016 WATCH! series, "Why Race Matters: Women, Intersectionality, and HIV."