The NAMES Project is the custodian of the AIDS Memorial Quilt. Today there are NAMES Project chapters across the United States and independent Quilt affiliates around the world. Since 1987, over 14 million people have visited the Quilt at thousands of displays worldwide. Through such displays, the NAMES Project Foundation has raised over $3 million for AIDS service organizations throughout North America.
The Women's Collective (TWC) is a leading community health and human service agency in Washington, DC that provides prevention, care, and support services and advocates for the health and human rights of girls and women. Founder Patricia Nalls was generous enough to share her story with The Last One and we filmed several scenes at TWC. Learn more about The Women's Collective >
AIDS.gov is a great starting point for HIV/AIDS information and services. Use the locator tool to your right to lookup testing and support services in your local area.
HIV/AIDS 101 - What is it, how do you get it, and signs and symptoms
Prevention - Read up on risk factors and learn how to protect yourself
The CDC's INFO hotline will answer your questions confidentially and anonymously in English or Spanish at (800)232-4636. For more information, visit cdc.gov/cdc-info/
More than 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV infection, and almost 1 in 6 (15.8%) are unaware of their infection. Learn more about the ongoing epidemic here and abroad through these useful resources.