We are committed to providing women and girls living with HIV easy access to care and information.
The information below includes links to important information and resources. If you would like to make an appointment, you can visit “For Patients” under “Our Clinic” or you can click here.
The following links are to organizations that we trust and admire in many fields related to women and HIV.
Statistics and Information About the Women’s HIV Epidemic:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Kaiser Family Foundation
Information About HIV and its Treatment
Organizations of HIV Positive Women: Positive Women’s Network – USA
Groups Working with Violence Against Women:
Trauma Recovery Center at San Francisco General Hospital
La Casa de las Madres
Futures Without Violence
How to Find Services in San Francisco
How to Find HIV Physicians Outside of San Francisco
The American Academy of HIV Medicine
The Well Project
We deeply respect the work of The Well Project and appreciate the online community and resources that they offer to women living with HIV. If you would like additional resources about the HIV epidemic, HIV and women, or trauma-informed primary care, please see our Trauma section.
The Well Project is a non-profit organization whose mission is to change the course of the HIV/AIDS pandemic through a unique and comprehensive focus on women and girls.
We focus on three critical gaps related to women and HIV: information access, community support, and targeted research. The Well Project’s award-winning web portal provides easy-to-understand, accurate, current information on HIV/AIDS for women and girls, including more than 150 articles covering medical, personal, and cultural topics.
The Well Project Website
The Well Project also offers community support and advocacy development initiatives to address stigma, discrimination, and the need for enhanced leadership for women and girls living with HIV across the globe. The A Girl Like Me blog www.girllikeme.org is a unique support community that enables women and girls with HIV to share their stories and experiences in a safe place. In 2003, The Well Project established the Women’s Research Initiative on HIV/AIDS (WRI) to elevate, enhance, and expedite HIV treatment and prevention research on women and girls and identify gaps in clinical care and research.