A community emergency approaches with the proposed Senate tax bill

ACTION: The Senate tax bill passed out of committee, along a party line vote and through another legislative hurdle, bringing it closer to a floor vote. In addition, several Republican Senators who questioned the bill have now agreed to support. We have also heard reports that…Read More

Gilead will end Atripla Copay Assist Card program, transition to Advancing Access by January 1, 2018

Gilead recently announced that they are ending the BMS3assist Co-Pay Assist Card program for Atripla (efavirenz + emtricitabine + tenofovir) on December 31, 2017. For anyone who is currently enrolled in this Atripla program and in need of copay assistance for the medication, they should enroll in…Read More

Republican tax bill strips health coverage away from 13 million Americans

#ProtectOurCareHIVHCV The Senate tax bill decimates our health care. Democrats are being left out of the process. Call Republican Senators today and tell them to vote NO! ACTION: The tax measure adds billions to the federal deficit and will require steep cuts to health care programs. Republicans want…Read More

FDA approves new two-drug, single tablet Juluca for people with well controlled HIV

On November 21, 2017, the Food and Drug Administration approved a new two-drug, combination pill to treat HIV infection in people whose viral loads are already well controlled on another regimen. The once-a-day medication, called Juluca, is a combination of the integrase inhibitor dolutegravir (Tivicay) and…Read More

Project Inform’s Dana Van Gorder highlighted in World AIDS Day video from Quest

As World AIDS Day approaches this year on December 1, 2017, Quest Diagnostics has released a new video recognizing the profound difference that many organizations and individuals are making in the fight to end AIDS. Highlighted in the video is Project Inform’s executive director Dana Van…Read More

This is not a drill: Save the ACA and stop the tax reform proposal

This is not a drill. The Affordable Care Act is under attack again. We need you to take action now to ensure that the tax reform bill does not strip Americans of their access to health care. GOP leaders in the House and Senate are pushing…Read More

Covered California Frequently Asked Questions

For People Living with HIV and Hepatitis C and People Considering PrEP Covered California open enrollment begins today November 1, 2017 and continues through January 31, 2018. However, there may be some confusion about how the current Administration’s actions may impact your health care. The California HIV/AIDS…Read More