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The time has come for policy makers to recognize what public health professionals have known since the early days of the HIV crisis: syringe access programs (SAP) are low-cost, scientifically-sound, and are considered high-impact prevention in the fight against HIV and HCV transmission. Read the UCHAPS Call to Action!

HIV Trends Meeting Report & Presentations Available Online. The three day HIV Trends Think Tank meeting and workshop hosted in May 2015 was the first of its kind giving public health practitioners and thought-leaders from national HIV/AIDS organizations, states, and local urban health jurisdictions the opportunity to come together to engage, exchange experiences, and share HIV program expertise.

View online maps, statistics, and other resources related to the HIV epidemic in the U.S.

HIV in the US and Urban America

Data and Surveillance

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Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the Future of HIV Prevention Services

Syringe Services Program Development and Implementation Guidelines

Universal Treatment Scale Up


Expanded HIV Testing

Program Collaboration and Service Integration

Homegrown Interventions

UCHAPS jurisdictions have developed unique HIV prevention programs to target to specific local populations and groups. Learn More...


2011 Urban Coalition for HIV/AIDS Prevention Services | Photos: See Change (www.see-change.com) and istockphoto.com (models for illustrative purposes).