Stay the Course, the Fight is NOT Over

Wednesday, February 7, 2018 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

As long-time advocates and strong proponents of HIV/AIDS prevention, testing and education, my wife Sheryl Lee and I need your help. Join us in our fight.

Yesterday on the floor of the Senate, I spoke about National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and why it is so important that we educate men and women about AIDS/HIV and work to eradicate the disease.

Senator Hughes Offers Resolution Designating February 7, 2018 as National HIV/AIDS Awareness Day


Helpful Resources for Information, Testing and Treatment

AIDS Information

U.S. Government Resources AIDS Information 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Urban Coalition for HIV/AIDS Preventative Services

HIV/AIDS Public Policy

Bebashi − (215) 769-3561

Action AIDS  – (215) 981-0088

AIDS Activities Coordinating Office 

Haven Youth Center  − (267) 776-4417

African Family Health Organization − (215) 546-1232

Rapid HIV Testing in Montgomery County

The Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice

Philadelphia Fight − (215) 985-4448

AIDS Fund Philly − (215) 731-9255

Mazzoni Center− (215) 985-9206

Y-HEP, a program for youth!

HIV/AIDS Mobile Apps

Health Information Hotline

Find out where you can get a free HIV test. Learn more about HIV disease and AIDS.
Sign up for HIV programs and services:

Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
English and Spanish interpreter services are available for other languages.
Callers outside Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware or Montgomery County can reach the Hotline at 1-215-985-2437.

Join the Conversation on Social Media:

  • Follow @AIDSGov On Twitter and Facebook
  • Find and join some of the scheduled Twitter chat on February 7 using #NBHA