Below are a few of the many resources available concerning HIV:
CDC is the nation’s center for developing and applying mechanisms for disease prevention and control, environmental health, and health and wellness education. Its Web site offers much information about the spread and treatment of nearly all known infections and diseases, including HIV and AIDS.
This Web site is a large collection of public and private health care resources. It answers many questions about HIV/AIDS and offers links to other related sites from across the nation.
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation hopes to eventually eradicate pediatric AIDS, as well as to accelerate the discovery of new treatments for other serious pediatric illnesses. The organization also provides care, treatment, and hope to people with HIV/AIDS.
TheBody publishes vital HIV-related information, news, support, and personal perspectives. It has long been regarded as one of the most trustworthy and widely respected resources on HIV/AIDS, and a powerful platform for supporting the needs and interests of people living with, affected by, and concerned about HIV.
Arkansas Department of Health:
The Arkansas Department of Health has several programs and services to help meet the needs of individuals and communities affected by HIV/AIDS. These programs focus on preventing the spread of HIV, counseling and testing persons at high risk, and caring for persons living with the disease. Through partnerships with agencies, community based organizations and volunteers, the state of Arkansas is actively engaged in ending the HIV epidemic.