‘While the HIV/AIDS epidemic may not look like it did 30 years ago, little has changed in recent years to eradicate the virus. We are still fighting the same battle to make sure our solutions to end the epidemic are inclusive of people who use drugs.’
Undocumented immigrants living with HIV/AIDS in New York State are eligible to enroll in uninsured care programs that provide access to free HIV and/or AIDS care. Here is a step-by-step explanation.
Lo que necesita saber sobre: ¿Cómo inmigrantes indocumentados con VIH y/o sida pueden recibir tratamiento en Nueva York?
Los inmigrantes indocumentados que viven con VIH y/o el SIDA en el estado de Nueva York tienen derecho a inscribirse en los programas de atención para personas sin seguro médico que proporciona acceso a la atención médica gratuita para atender el VIH y/o el SIDA. Aquí explicamos el paso a paso.
‘The HIV crisis taught communities to care for their own. Then, as now, some governors and mayors are leading effective government responses in the face of a failing federal response.’
In 2015, Gov. Cuomo officially accepted the blueprint that would end our state’s AIDS epidemic. While progress has been made, the omission of any mention of HIV or AIDS in the governor’s State of the State Address raises questions.
‘There exists a moral obligation to help the most vulnerable and afflicted populations in our society. This entails prioritizing housing for those in need, including individuals living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. ‘
The governor has committed the state to an ambitious and worthy goal. Now advocates and lawmakers must support that agenda or risk New York falling short,
The governor has an ambitious plan to end AIDS in New York. For it to succeed, the authors write, a new generation of HIV prevention must be made available and affordable to women.