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Making your voice heard by policy makers and implementors is a crucial tool against the HIV epidemic. Advocacy matters.

Current Advocacy Campaign:

Defend the Affordable Care Act:

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, 5,739,000 people in nine Deep South States gained insurance coverage from 2010 to 2015. Six hundred fifty-four thousand (654,000) young people retained coverage by staying on their parents’ plans until 26 years of age and 4,054,135 people received tax credits (subsidies) averaging $315/month to help pay for health insurance.

TELL CONGRESS: No Repeal Without a Replacement Plan that is as Good as or Better Than Obamacare. 

DEEP SOUTH FACT SHEETS:

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Ryan White. Real Lives 

Ryan White. Real Lives. is a national campaign presenting narratives on the importance of the Ryan White Care Act among communities impacted by HIV, particularly states in the Deep South that have not expanded Medicaid. The stories provide personal perspective on the need for the continuance of the Ryan White Care Act as a key policy critical to the domestic HIV response.

Ryan White Stories