50 Organizations Sign on to Letter to HRSA to Prioritize Trauma-Informed Care

Last month, PWN-USA and the Women’s HIV Program (WHP) at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) submitted a letter to the Health Resources and Services Administration HIV/AIDS Bureau (HRSA HAB), administrators of the federal Ryan White Program, recommending key National HIV/AIDS Strategy implementation steps to advance trauma-informed care. (Read the full text of PWN-USA and WHP’s letter to HRSA HAB here.)

50 organizations from around the country signed onto the letter in support of these requests for action to support implementing trauma-informed practices in clinics receiving federal Ryan White funding:

  • 30 for 30 Campaign
  • AIDS Foundation of Chicago
  • AIDS United
  • Albany Damien Center
  • Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
  • BABES
  • Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center
  • Black AIDS Institute
  • Borinquen Behavioral Health
  • Boulder Community Health
  • Cascade AIDS Project
  • Christie’s Place
  • Colorado Organizations Responding to AIDS (CORA)
  • Community AIDS Resource and Education Services of Southwest Michigan
  • Counter Narrative Project
  • Desiree Alliance
  • Gran Varones
  • Harlem United
  • Hartford Commission on HIV/AIDS
  • HIV Prevention Justice Alliance
  • HIVE at UCSF
  • IKnowAwareness
  • International Community of Women Living with HIV, North America
  • Iris House, Inc.
  • Khulumani Support Group
  • Legacy Community Health
  • Let’s Kick ASS (AIDS Survivor Syndrome)
  • Michigan Coalition for HIV Health and Safety
  • National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD)
  • National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc.
  • National Working Positive Coalition
  • Pediatric AIDS Chicago Prevention Initiative
  • Positive Iowans Taking Charge
  • PWN-USA Colorado Chapter
  • PWN-USA Louisiana Chapter
  • PWN-USA Michigan Regional Chapter
  • Ribbon Consulting Group
  • RISE Multimedia
  • Sex Worker’s Outreach Project
  • SisterLove, Inc.
  • Southern AIDS Coalition
  • Southern HIV/AIDS Strategy Initiative (“SASI”)
  • Treat Me Right, Inc.
  • Tripp Consulting
  • US People Living with HIV Caucus
  • Wayne State University Prevention Services
  • Women with a Vision, Inc.
  • The Women’s Collective

PWN-USA thanks all of these organizations for their help in emphasizing the importance of trauma-informed care in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and in holding HRSA HAB accountable for prioritizing it in the implementation steps.

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