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Share Your HIV and AIDS Story

Welcome to the HIV/AIDS story submission section of the AAPCI web site. Thank you for helping bring to life the realities of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States.

Share your story and become a part of the AAPCI HIV and AIDS Awareness Campaign.

Share Your Own Story
Share Your HIV and AIDS Story
Read stories of HIV/AIDS and post comments

Specific Guidelines:

  • Make sure your story has something to do with HIV or AIDS.
  • Write the story from your point of view (first person).
  • The best stories are from 400 to 750 words.
  • Sign your stories with your first name and age only.
  • We will review all stories prior to posting. We may need to edit them.
  • We may not use every story, but we thank you for participating.
  • We cannot answer questions or respond to requests for follow-up. If you have questions about HIV/AIDS, please call 1-800-CDC-INFO.

Because of the volume of submissions, not all stories will be immediately available or available indefinitely. By providing this information, you give your permission to associate your first name and age with your submission.

Disclaimer

Thanks to everyone who has submitted stories so far! Remember, the stories found on this Web site have been submitted by individuals speaking on their behalf and do not represent the vie

Because of the volume of submissions, not all stories will be immediately available or available indefinitely. By providing this information, you give your permission to associate your first name and age with your submission.

Disclaimers of the African American Planning Commission, Inc (AAPCI).

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CDC National STD and AIDS Hotline,

Toll free: 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636);
TTY: 1-888-232-6348
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HIV Hotlines

Support Groups

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC’s HIV mission is to prevent HIV infection and reduce the incidence of HIV-related illness and death, in collaboration with community, state, national, and international partners. CDC’s programs work to improve treatment, care, and support for persons living with HIV and to help build capacity and infrastructure to address the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

For additional Hotline and Support Group listings, please visit our HIV/AIDS Resource Directory. If you would like to list your organization or group in our resource directory, please do so. Thank you.

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