Projects with Our Partners

Engagement with organizations whose missions complement ours has been a key aspect of The Well Project's work for many years. Building respectful, ethical relationships with partner organizations often leads to co-creating powerful projects to benefit our communities. Please read on for some highlights of our collaborations with partners in recent years

Current Projects

Healing Hope (ongoing)



As part of a collaboration with our longtime partner organization Christie's Place, The Well Project shares stories in English and Spanish from the book Healing Hope: A woven tapestry of strength and solace as blog entries on our A Girl Like Me platform under the blog name "Healing Hope." READ MORE >

Past Projects

Education for Primary Care Providers on HIV and Reproductive Health (June – August 2022)


Cell phone with text: "Contraceptive Pearls: Preconception Counseling for People Living with HIV."

The Well Project was proud to collaborate with partner organization Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) on the following three HIV-specific articles for their "Contraceptive Pearls" series. RHAP – a leader in expanding access to abortion, contraception, and early pregnancy loss care – delivers these brief, evidence-based monthly "Pearls" to thousands of frontline healthcare providers to inform their practice.

Women Living, Learning, and Working with HIV / Mujeres viviendo, aprendiendo, y trabajando con VIH (June 2022)



Every person living with HIV has the right to the tools and support they need to make well-informed decisions about education, employment, and other economic opportunities. In partnership with the National Working Positive Coalition, The Well Project presented this session featuring a panel of women living with HIV highlighting their experiences related to work and education – including challenges they faced, strategies they used, and unmet needs they revealed. READ MORE >

Perinatal HIV Roundtable 2022 - Updates in Breast/Chestfeeding: Parent Perspectives and Evolving Practice (May 2022)



Copresented by The Well Project and the National Perinatal HIV Hotline, this annual roundtable geared for providers welcomed anyone with an interest in this topic. This dynamic event featured medical and legal professionals engaged with supporting parents living with HIV in their infant-feeding journeys, in paired conversation with Black women advocates living with HIV who have navigated those journeys. READ MORE >

Breast/Chestfeeding and HIV in the US: A Listening Session with National Advocates (March 2022)



Hosted by The Well Project, this webinar brought together leading advocates from US-based organizations who are committed to ensuring that parents living with HIV are able to make the best infant-feeding decisions for themselves and their babies, including HIVE, International Community of Women Living with HIV - North America (ICW-NA), Prevention Access Campaign, The Afiya Center, The Center for HIV Law & Policy, and Transgender Strategy CenterREAD MORE >

Breastfeeding and HIV in the U=U Era Advancing Conversation and Community Awareness (August 2021)



This webinar, in partnership with Sero Project, reprised the extraordinarily popular, well-attended session of the same name from June 2021’s virtual HIV is Not a Crime (HINAC) National Training Academy. Participants discussed how current breast/chestfeeding guidelines, and concerns around state intervention, affect the lives and decisions of women and other birthing parents living with HIV. READ MORE >

Expert Consensus Statement on Breastfeeding and HIV in the United States and Canada (December 2020)



This document – the result of a virtual gathering of more than 20 stakeholders, many of them from partner organizations of The Well Project – affirms the agency of women and parents living with HIV and the urgency of including them at all levels in HIV research, education, and policy. READ MORE >


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