ACRIA,Director Deborah Levin for AIDS/HIV
Through research, education and advocacy, ACRIA improves lives and transforms communities to achieve a world without HIV. ACRIA envisions a world where all people with HIV receive the treatment, care, and support they need to lead healthy, productive lives and where new transmissions of the virus have been eliminated.
(PSA) campaign that freature Dionne Warwick as a Goodwill Ambassador, the PSA, speak to Women over the age of 50 years old especially African American women. The director Deborah Levin is filling in for Ms. Warwick while she is on tour.
Founded in 1991 in response to the slow pace of research on HIV, ACRIA brought a first-ever activist, community-based approach to the study of new treatments for HIV. Since then, ACRIA’s Clinical Trials Program has contributed to the development of nearly 20 FDA-approved medications, helping countless thousands live longer and healthier lives. Since 2003, ACRIA also has studied the lives and service needs of people with or at risk for HIV through its Applied and Translational Research Program, and offers critical HIV-related training and capacity building services to health and human services professionals, as well as to those with and at risk for HIV, through its Training Center. ACRIA is also the largest provider of HIV education in New York City public schools through its Love Heals Youth Education Program.
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