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More than ever, during these difficult economic times, we need to come together to respond to the HIV/AIDS crisis in our communities. One necessary step in addressing the critical, unmet prevention and care service needs of Latinos/Hispanics is that we work together. Therefore, I am extending an invitation for you to join the family at the Latino Commission on AIDS through our membership program as a supplement to your other activities to address the HIV/AIDS crisis. This would be taking an active role in strengthening the programs and services we offer to the Latino communities locally, in our region and nationally.

An integral part of our work is nurturing collaborations and partnerships with other organizations that share our active commitment. Please join us in our fight to achieve healthy Latino communities across the nation; we cannot do it without you.

 Join the struggle against HIV/AIDS
 Discount opportunities to conference and trainings
 Access to general health information, HIV/AIDS and more
 Receive the Latino Commission’s special newsletter "Dimelo" by e -mail or regular mail
 Access to Health Policy Briefings
 Free access to all programs and services of the Latino Commission on AIDS
 Access to our "members only" website of comprehensive educational Commission archives
 Access to detailed information on the impact of HIV/AIDS in Mexico, Central America & South America
 Access to detailed information on the impact of HIV/AIDS among Latino communities in the U.S, including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands
 Invitation to receptions, forums, and private events for members only
 Participation in City, State, and Federal community mobilization campaigns to increase resources to better serve our communities

Become a Member

Our Supporters
Stefania Fernandez, Miss Universe 2009
"By getting tested I hope to encourage Latinos all over the country, to know their status. It is very important that people understand that HIV is preventable, let's learn the facts and get involved."
Paulina Rubio, Singer
"It is important to make our voice heard and try to bring back some of the care that the community shares each day."
La India, Singer
"I just want to be there for all my friends that are going through this and let them know how much I love them."
Lupe Ontiveros, Actress
"Ignorance and Denial are the greatest killers."
Kat deLuna, Singer
"Thousands of Latinos are living with HIV and they don't know it. Take control of your life and your health and get tested."
Gael Garcia Bernal, Actor
"Each person has to fight their own battle to get rid of the silence in our own families. My participation in dealing with this problem is going to be more active to help eradicate the silence on a more global level.,"
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