Members have access to a network of public health departments, community-based organizations, activists, and federal leaders working to End the Epidemic across the country.
Our coalition meets quarterly (in-person when it's possible and safe to) to discuss different advocacy priorities, hear updates from members, and most importantly share knowledge, resources, and tools necessary to end the epidemic in the U.S. by 2025.
ANEA members work together on different committees based on expertise and interest to keep Ending the Epidemic a priority across federal, state, and local healthcare appropriations and policy.
Amongst many other priorities, ANEA's committees also advocate for more transparency and true community leadership from health departments and stakeholders at every level of the U.S. HIV response.
Members are encouraged to bring their HIV priorities forward at our meetings and can choose what level of engagement feels right for them or their organizations.
Through the leadership of the HIV community, your support, and engagement we can achieve an End to the Epidemic by 2025.