Most of the information collected on this website is shared from the following sites:

Who are the big guys on the block? The Center for Disease Control and Prevention aims to prevent HIV infection and reduce associated morbidity and mortality, in collaboration with community, state, national, and international partners. www.cdc.gov It will also open the doors to other sites like the CDC National Prevention Information Network.

The National Minority AIDS Council is an organization that lends visibility, leadership, comprehensive technical assistance and a powerful voice to frontline AIDS workers in communities of color. www.nmac.org Its member community-based organizations offer outreach, care, education, housing and support services.

Visit one of the greatest sites on the web! wwwTheBody.com This site can link you to many other sites that focus on HIV/AIDS and other STDs. It will give you insight on the history of HIV/AIDS, World AIDS Day, STD Fact Sheets, National Hotlines and much more. Visit sites like the American Association for World Health and get even more information. All this and more awaits you at a click of a button.

Have you ever had a medical question that you were too embarrassed to ask a friend, family member, or even your doctor? Are you tired of the establishment medical sites that sugar coat their information and won't show you the pictures you need to see? Visit one of the greatest medical sites on the web! AfraidToAsk.Com Unlike most healthcare web sites, afraidtoask.com offers in-depth information and graphic photographs that will give you a better understanding of highly personal health issues. You can find it all at a click of a button!

The Balm in Gilead works through Black churches to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS in the African American community and to support those infected with, and affected by, HIV/AIDS. The Balm in Gilead They provide churches, public agencies and community organizations with training, networking and education. It organizes the Black Church program aimed at Black Americans. For technical assistance with faith based communities, contact this site. Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS awareness

The American Red Cross
American Red Cross Public Health Education Division (PHE) helps save more lives by developing, evaluating, implementing and supporting innovative prevention programs. Their programs are easy to use and are designed to reach a variety of audiences. They are based on the latest evidence of what makes health education programs effective. They work in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, educating people on how to stop the transmission of HIV, encouraging people to respond in informed ways to people who have HIV, and help people apply the facts about HIV to their own behavior. These goals are accomplished through their educational programs:Basic HIV/AIDS Program, African-American HIV/AIDS Program, Hispanic HIV/AIDS Program, Workplace HIV/AIDS Program, and Programs for Youth.

The Minority AIDS Council of Greater Baton Rouge
"The Minority AIDS Council of Greater Baton Rouge (MACGBR), established in July 2005, is a local coalition of minority based organizations dedicated to developing leadership and empowering change within communities of color to address the challenges of HIV/AIDS. We believe that true partnership and collaboration can increase organizational development and capacity in an effort to respond to the needs of our diverse community." The Minority AIDS Council of Greater Baton Rouge serves as a local resource for development of services within our community. In reflection of the concepts and beliefs of the National Minority AIDS Council, we strive to educate and assist our community in the development of avenues to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS and other STDs.



Advocates for Youth

National Association of People With AIDS

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and Policy Institute

AIDS Action

AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth, and Families

American Red Cross