SASI’s research reports document the HIV burden in the US South and focus particularly on the epidemic in nine Deep South States that continue to drive the US HIV epidemic (AL, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, TX.)
SASI’s reports are an important resource for advocates, policy makers, and those seeking funding for HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment, and advocacy in the US South.
- [NEW] HIV-AIDS in the U.S. Deep South- Trends from 2008-2016, June 2019
- New SASI Analysis: In the Deep South, Significant Percentages of People Most Impacted by HIV Live Outside Large Urban Areas Demonstrating a Need for Increased Federal Resources, McAllaster, Goodrow, December 2018
- State of HIV in the US Deep South, Reif, Safley, McAllaster, Wilson, Whetten, J Community Health, 28 February 2017 [Abstract] [Full Text]
- HIV/AIDS in the deep South: Trends from 2008 – 2013
- A Closer Look – Deep South Has the Highest HIV-Related Death Rates in the US
- HIV/AIDS in the Southern US: Trends from 2008 – 2011 Show a Consistent Disproportionate Epidemic
- HIV/AIDS in the Southern US: A Disproportionate Impact – abstract only
- HIV Diagnoses, Prevalence and Outcomes in Nine Southern States
- HIV Diagnoses and Prevalence in the Southern Region of the United States, 2007-2010 – abstract only
- SASI Update: The Continuing HIV Crisis in the US South
- HIV/AIDS Epidemic in the South Reaches Crisis Proportions in the Last Decade
ANNOUNCEMENT: With the retirement of Director, Carolyn McAllaster, the Southern HIV/AIDS Strategy Initiative (SASI) ended as a separate initiative on July 1, 2019. The research-based policy work of SASI has moved to the Southern AIDS Coalition (SAC). Please visit the SAC Action Center to find SASI’s Research Reports and Fact Sheets.