Watch the PHACS Film Series

Watch the PHACS Film Series

Watch PHACS young adult participants and caregivers share their stories and perspectives in a new film series. 

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Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Read about our Community Advisory Boards and health education initiatives.

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Putting the Pieces Together

Putting the Pieces Together

Learn about our research into the long-term effects on children and young adults of ARV exposure and HIV infection since birth. 

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Changes in HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis Awareness and Use Among Men Who Have Sex with Men - 20 Urban Areas, 2014 and 2017

From 2014 to 2017, PrEP awareness among MSM in 20 urban areas increased from 60% to 90%, and PrEP use increased from 6% to 35%. PrEP use increased in almost all demographic subgroups but remains lower among black and Hispanic MSM.

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Report: 2017 Partner Services Annual Report

This report summarizes the 2017 client-level partner services data submitted by CDC-funded jurisdictions in the United States and dependent areas (i.e., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands).

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Events & Announcements

Upcoming Meetings

Upcoming Meetings

Thank you for a successful PHACS Spring Leadership Retreat! The Retreat took  place on April 8-9, 2019 at the Bolger Hotel and Conference Center in Potomac, Maryland.

Meeting presentations have been posted to the Network Meeting Documents folder. 

NEW: A link to the WebEx video presentations is available on the Network Meetings tab located at the top of this page.



The PHACS Fall 2019 Network Meeting will take place on September 19-20, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Bethesda Hotel in Bethesda, Maryland. Registration will open this summer. 


The PHACS Spring 2020 Leadership Retreat will take place on April 20-21, 2020 at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Collaborative HIV program improves long-term care for youths in the United States

A pilot program to help adolescents and young adults with HIV navigate the health care system raised the percentage of youths who remained in care compared to national estimates, according to a study funded by the National Institutes of Health. 

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