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HIV and Hepatitis Project

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Social Marketing for Social Change

The Office of Minority Health Resource Center is pleased to partner with these 12 organizations to raise awareness about and reduce HIV and hepatitis co-infection rates in minority and hard-to-reach communities through September 2017.

Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board
Albuquerque, NM
American Indians in New Mexico
Asian Health Services
Oakland, CA
Chinese, Vietnamese and Asian American and Pacific Islander youth in Alameda County
Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center
Bronx, NY
Transgender African and African Americans in New York City
Colorado Health Network
Denver, CO
Latinos in Colorado
Family Health Centers of San Diego
San Diego, CA
Latinos in San Diego County with a focus on Men Having Sex with Men (MSM) and Injection Drug Users (IDU), people experiencing homelessness and formerly incarcerated individuals

Guam Alternative Lifestyles Association
Hagatna, Guam
LGBT persons, especially MSM, in Guam
Hepatitis B Initiative of Washington, DC
Washington, DC
African immigrant population in Washington DC
Latino Commission on AIDS
New York, NY
Latino community with a focus on women, MSM, transgender women, Injection Drug Users (IDU), seniors, people who are unaware that they might be living with HIV co-infection and new undocumented immigrants in New York

Life Foundation
Honolulu, HI
Native Hawaiians, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders aged 15-30 in Hawaii
Opportunities Industrialization Center: Family Medical Centers
Rocky Mount, NC
African and African American men 24 – 29 in low-income and rural areas of Nash and Edgecombe Counties including those formerly incarcerated and those reached through places of worship

Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc.
Sacramento, CA
American Indians and Alaska Natives in Sacramento
Wabanaki Health and Wellness
Bangor, ME
American Indians and Alaska Natives, specifically the Wabanaki tribes residing in Washington, Penobscot and Aroostook Counties in Maine

Through implementation of effective campaigns that support HIV testing, hepatitis screening and referral to care in minority and vulnerable communities, the HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Social Marketing Initiative seeks to:

  • improve coordination between health providers
  • increase the number of community partnerships in addressing HIV and hepatitis co-infection
  • increase health materials available to minority populations
  • increase collaboration and information sharing between minority agencies and organizations

For more information on the HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Social Marketing Initiative, contact the Office of Minority Health Resource Center, 301-251-1797

HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Resources

HIV/AIDS s | Hepatitis | Co-infection


CDC-INFO on Demand
HIV: Lists 114 items under HIV/AIDS, but all are currently out of stock (they might be available as PDFs). Under “HIV Screening” it lists items from the CDC campaign Act Out Against AIDS ( The Act Out campaigns target Black and Latino homosexual/bisexual men, African American women, and people who are currently HIV positive, as well as healthcare providers (screening, prevention, and testing pregnant women).
Hepatitis C: N/A

Health Reach - Health Information in Many Languages

HHS/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Further HIV/AIDS campaigns (targeting Hispanics and Asians/Pacific Islanders) can be found at

The Glossary of HIV/AIDS-Related Terms is available in both English and Spanish ( They also have several general fact sheets (as in that they do not specifically target any one minority group):

HHS/NIH, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
Brochure: Depression and HIV/AIDS (Eng/Sp)

HHS/Administration for Community Living (ACL), Administration on Aging (AoA)
AoA has compiled a list of HIV/AIDS resources (including a toolkit that features posters for African Americans, Asians, Hispanics and gay men) for older adults:

HHS/Indian Health Service (IHS)
The HIV/AIDS Program ( includes testing promotion videos and online training modules, as well as the AI/AN People Living with AIDS toolkit ( ).

HHS/Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
FDA has Eng/Sp publications for women on HIV/AIDS ( ), as well as one HIV publication in French Creole ( ). FDA does not appear to have any publications on Hep C at this time.

HHS/National Library of Medicine (NLM), MedlinePlus
HIV/AIDS – Patient Handouts (Eng/Sp)

HHS/NIH, National Institute on Aging
HIV, AIDS, and Older People

Staying Healthy with HIV/AIDS: Potential Related Health Problems

Note: Links to information on Hep B and C comorbidity

Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce


Note: Materials are also available in Spanish

AIDS United
Primers and Fact Sheets
PrEP Toolkit
Transgender Women and PrEP

AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition (AVAC)
Resources – Infographics Gallery

American Psychological Association (APA)
HIV/AIDS & Socioeconomic Status

amfAR – The Foundation for AIDS Research

HIV Fact Sheets

The Black AIDS Institute
Resources – Fact Sheets

Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA)
FCAA publications (see “Fact Sheets”)

Human Rights Campaign
Greater Than AIDS Campaigns – Materials

International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC)/
Fact Sheets

Note: Materials available in Spanish, Russian, Bulgarian, Indonesian, Nepali, Bengali, Hindi, Manipuri, Oriya, Tamil and Telugu

The Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF)
Fact Sheets

Resources – Booklets

Note: Some materials are also available in Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Polish, Russian, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, and Hebrew

New York State Department of Health/AIDS Institute
Brochures, Booklets & Posters
HIV Clinical Resource – Consumer Materials

POZ / AIDSMEDS / hep magazines

United Nations AIDS (UNAIDS)
Resources – Infographics

CDC also has a Viral Hepatitis – Hepatitis C Information – Patient Education Resources section that features Hep C fact sheets in Eng/Sp (, as well as the “Know More Hepatitis for people born from 1945-1965” campaign (

HHS/Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy

HHS/NIH, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)
Brochure: What I need to know about Hepatitis C (Eng/Sp)

HHS/Office of Women’s Health (OWH)
OWH has a Viral Hepatitis fact sheet ( ), as well as the Sexually transmitted infections (STI) fact sheet ( ). These fact sheets are from 2010 and 2009, and don’t appear to have been updated since then.

HHS/National Library of Medicine (NLM), MedlinePlus
Hepatitis C – Patient Handouts (Eng/Sp)

CDC - Know More Hepatitis Campaign Material (targeting people born 1945 – 1965)

Know Hepatitis B Campaign Material
CDC – Hepatitis Resource Center


SAMHSA’s Publications and Resources on HIV, AIDS, and Viral Hepatitis section features publications targeting African Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans: . They also have consumer HIV/AIDS publications ( ), including resources in different Asian languages (Cambodian, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese), Spanish, and Russian. They have one publication on Hep C and AI/ANs ( ) and the Take Action Against Hepatitis C comic book in Eng/Sp ( ).

CDC - Educational Material specifically addressing Viral Hepatitis and HIV Coinfection

Considerations for Antiretroviral Use in Patients with Coinfections – Hepatitis B (HBV)/HIV Coinfection

Note: Link to HCV co-infection guidelines

HHS/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Fact Sheet: HIV and Viral Hepatitis
Viral Hepatitis – CDC Recommendations for Specific Populations and Settings: HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis

HHS/Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
HIV, AIDS, and Viral Hepatitis
Hepatitis C/HIV in Native American Populations

US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
HIV and Hepatitis C Coinfection

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