Stop The Spread
Stop the Spread was introduced in 2007 as part of Florida’s African-American Testing Initiative (AATI) to reach HIV-infected persons, primarily non-Hispanic blacks, who are unaware of their infection.
Sistas Organizing to Survive
Sistas Organizing to Survive (SOS) is the grassroots mobilization of black women in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Launched on June 20, 2008, SOS encourages black women to get tested where they live, work, play, and worship.
Released in September of 2009, Man Up: The Crisis of HIV/AIDS Among Florida’s Men seeks to mobilize men to eliminate their risk of acquiring or transmitting HIV/AIDS.
Men Who Have Sex With Men
Sexual risk factors account for most HIV infections in MSM. Not using a condom during anal sex continues to be a significant threat to the health of MSM.
Latinas Unidas Contra el SIDA
LUCES is dedicated to empowering Hispanic communities to develop healthy lifestyles through information, education and advocacy. The initiative connects Latina women to HIV/AIDS resources and strengthens their …
Florida’s statewide faith-based initiative mobilizes churches and other faith-based organizations to fight against HIV/AIDS. With this program, one of the newer initiatives of the We Make the Change (WMTC) campaign, DOH has partnered with faith leaders throughout Florida’s minority communities …
Test Miami is a collaborative effort among several of Miami’s healthcare leaders. Our network of Test Miami participants includes: Miami-Dade County Health Department and Florida Department of Health, HIV counselors, community-based organizations, private and public sector, faith-based organizations, health care …
Business Responds to AIDS/Labor Responds to AIDS
STOP AIDS: It’s Everyone’s Business is modeled after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Business Responds to AIDS/Labor Responds to AIDS (BRTA/LRTA) program. BRTA/LRTA programs help businesses and labor organizations respond to AIDS in the workplace and the community. …