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Yvette Roubideaux

M.D., M.P.H., Director, Indian Health Service 

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Indian Helath Service

Editor’s Note: This blog post is cross-posted from the IHS HIV email listserv. Thursday, March 20, is National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. This week many tribal communities are sponsoring neighborhood events to increase local and global awareness of the impact of HIV/AIDS on American Indian and Alaska Native people. To learn more about National Native…

The Affordable Care Act and American Indians and Alaska Natives

Dr. Yvette Roubideaux

Editor’s Note: Those of us working to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the U.S. join Dr. Roubideaux and all our partners in Native communities across the country in promoting access to quality health care as part of ongoing efforts to ensure that the estimated 3,194 American Indians and Alaska Natives living with HIV and all…

Indian Health Service at the AIDS 2012 Conference

Indian Helath Service

As the Indian Health Service (IHS) prepares to participate in the AIDS 2012  conference later this week, I am reminded of both the mission of the Indian Health Service and the importance of collaboration with our partners within the HIV community. The IHS is fully committed to helping our nation move toward an AIDS- free…

Message from the IHS Director for National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

NNHAAD

This Tuesday, March 20, marks the 6th observance of National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. This day is set aside to acknowledge that HIV continues to threaten the health and well-being of our Native communities and to recognize the role that we all have in addressing this critical health issue. As of 2008, 3,629 American Indians…

IHS Statement on National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

blog.aids.gov

This Sunday, March 20, marks the 5th observance of National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. This day is set aside to acknowledge that HIV continues to threaten the health and well-being of Native communities.  On this day we celebrate our successes and plan how to best continue working in partnership to address HIV and AIDS…