The National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States is a five-year plan that details principles, priorities and actions to the national response to the HIV epidemic. First released by President Obama in July 2010, the strategy identified a set of priorities and strategic action steps tied to measurable outcomes for moving the nation forward in addressing the domestic HIV epidemic. In July 2015, the White House released the updated five year plan, through 2020.
The Positive Justice Project (PJP) is a national coalition of organizations and individuals working to end HIV criminalization in the United States. PJP consensus statement released July 2012 is a comprehensive document on the use of special criminal laws and policies that target persons with HIV.
State HIV Laws State specific HIV criminal laws, guidelines for healthcare workers. Center for HIV Law & Policy.
Sero Project Useful articles, documents and other resources on HIV criminalization and stigma in US and globally.