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National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc

The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc., (NBLCA) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1987, with a mission to educate, mobilize, and empower African American leaders to meet the challenge of fighting HIV/AIDS and other health disparities in their local communities.

Whether working on the ground to provide direct assistance to local communities or on a wide scale to produce systemic change, NBLCA mobilizes coordinated responses and launches initiatives that promote public health and disease prevention and influence public health policy. NBLCA and its constituents are on the frontlines, improving access to quality healthcare, treatment, and educational services for vulnerable populations.

NBLCA Campaigns & Programs

  • Shame-Free Stops HIV—A public education campaign to spread awareness about how stigma and fear contribute to the spread of HIV infection in the black community.
  • National Conversation on Black Men and HIV/AIDS—A collaborative effort to re-energize the dialogue on the epidemic among black men.
  • Counseling, Testing, and Referral—A high-impact, innovative, and highly regarded public health initiative aimed at HIV prevention in African American communities and communities of color.
  • Community Service Program—Community partners work zone by zone in epidemic hot spots within New York City, providing neighborhoods with the latest and most accurate HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C virus (HCV), and STI information to raise awareness, increase understanding of risk, and acquire knowledge of HIV status.
  • Leadership Mobilization Model—Targets African American leaders across the United States, with the intention of developing a coordinated response among community-based organizations, health departments, and other stakeholders in the fight against the HIV/AIDS epidemic and rise in HCV.
  • Many Women, One Voice—A 20-minute video documentary to inspire women to take care of themselves, protect one another, and make a difference in their communities.

National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc.
215 W. 125th Street, Suite 2
New York, NY 10027
212-614-0023
www.nblca.org

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