AIDS

HIV diagnoses down a third in US

July 29, 2014 A recent report in the Journal of the American Medical Association has good news relating to the fight against HIV/AIDS. The rate of diagnoses for the disease in the United States are down by roughly one third…

36,648 New Jerseyans living with HIV/AIDS

June 10, 2014 36,648. That’s the number of New Jersey residents living with HIV/AIDS according to the New Jersey Department of Health. An estimated 9,400 cases were reported in Essex County alone, making it the most prevalent area for the…

National HIV Testing Day: Where Do You Stand?

July 12, 2013 Have you been tested? In a recent article by NJ.com, the U.S. Center for Disease Control estimates that only 40% of American adults have been tested for HIV. This number needs improvement, advocates say, as 32% of…

Redefining & Ranking Health in NJ

March 27, 2013 Your county’s health status is now a matter of public record. A national study by the University of Wisconsin and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ranks health by county, and the scores are in. For the fourth…

Needle Exchange Results are In

February 11, 2013 It’s a gritty political issue most relevant to some of New Jersey’s grittiest neighborhoods: providing clean syringes to drug users.  Proponents say that it is the most effective way to reach drug users and stop the spread…

The New Jersey AIDS Partnership

About New Jersey AIDS Partnership Grantees 2011–2012 Funders 2011–2012 Steering Committee The New Jersey AIDS Partnership is the collaborative effort of private and corporate foundation leaders, public health officials, service providers, people living with HIV/AIDS and other community leaders who…