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Connecting to Care: Regional Trainings on Addressing Unmet Need in HIV

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A Guide to the Primary Care of People with HIV/AIDS

bullet2004 Grantee Conference SlidesbulletProgress Report on CARE Act Accomplishments, 2004-2005

90%+ of CARE Act clients have no private health insurance.


The federal Ryan White CARE Act provides health care for people with HIV disease. Enacted in 1990, it fills gaps in care faced by those with low-incomes and little or no insurance. HRSA's HIV/AIDS Bureau administers the program through hundreds of grantees, who serve 533,000 people each year.

 
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