These resources are designed to supplement the work of Maryland’s infectious disease and primary care workforce.

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Maryland Engagement in HIV Care

This live infographic uses Maryland surveillance data for current residents to describe the number and percentage of persons living with diagnosed HIV who belong to select stages of the HIV continuum.

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Provider Perspective

Obiageli “Oby” Duru-Anoumatacky came to the United States from Nigeria 20 years ago, and since then, she has been dedicated to bettering the lives of others through public health work in HIV care.

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CDC’s Additional Resources for Health Care Providers

CDC’s Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign resources for providers and clinicians.

National Institute on Aging: HIV, AIDS, and Older People

An NIH Resource Page on Aging with HIV.

National Resource Center for Care Coordination and Pozitively Aging with HIV

HealthHIV builds the capacity of HIV and primary care providers to coordinate care for people living and aging with HIV across a lifetime.

HIV and Health Equity

CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention’s Office of Health Equity page.

AMA Center for Health Equity

The American Medical Association’s health equity resource library.

Health Equity (NASTAD)

A health equity resource library.

Center of Excellence for Transgender Health

A resource from University of California, San Francisco on providing gender affirming care.

MDH Center for Harm Reduction Services (Syringe Exchange, Naloxone Distribution)

Maryland Department of Health’s harm reduction program.

Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA – Maryland Grantees)

Maryland-based grantees of the federal HOPWA program.

Youth Empowered Society Drop-In Center

A Baltimore-based drop-in center for young people experiencing housing insecurity.

Maryland Food Bank: Find Food

Enter your zip code to find food and resources in Maryland.

Support Someone with HIV

A resource highlighting​​ ways to help a friend or loved one who has been recently diagnosed with HIV.