Links for kids
Brainpop - Explaining HIV/AIDS. BrainPOP is the leading producer of educational
animated movies for K-12.
Online - Kids Issues, AIDS.
Links for teens and youth
boy a girl a virus - "What Would You Do If You Fell In
Love With Someone Who Is HIV Positive?"
for Youth - for youth, parents, and education, health, and other
professionals who work with youth.
Alliance for children, youth and famalies - Empowering women,
youth, and families living with HIV/AIDS is the focus of our AIDS Alliance
Consumer Education Center.
AIDS Program - Based in the Bronx, New York, the Adolescent
AIDS Program at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center
is a leader in the field of HIV/AIDS among adolescents.
AVERT - Young People and HIV/AIDS.
Positives - The mission of Bay Area Young Positives (BAY Positives)
is to help young people (26 and under) living with HIV/AIDS live longer,
happier, healthier, more productive, and quality-filled lives.
& Me - A graphic rendering (OK, OK, it's a comic-strip)
HIV AIDS - Viacom, one of the largest media companies in the
world, and the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, a leader in health
information and research, have created an unprecedented media campaign
to eradicate ignorance about HIV/AIDS.
Teen AIDS - DC's only organization focused exclusively on HIV/AIDS
sistahs - a site by and for young women of colour.
LA - provides training in health education, media arts and technology
to educate, motivate, and mobilize youth to maintain healthy lifestyles,
to improve themselves and their communities and to help fight the spread
Alive - Staying Alive began in 1998 as an Emmy award-winning
documentary profiling the lives of six young people from around the
world infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
TeenAIDS - message is simple: HIV/AIDS is now infecting youth here in America
and worldwide. The TeenAIDS website (the oldest site dedicated entirely
to teens and AIDS prevention information since 1994).
Health - Answers and Advice. How do people get AIDS?
AIDS handbook - written by middle school students at Eastchester
Positive Hope - For young adults living with HIV/AIDS.
A organization that provides resources, referalls, education, advocacy,
community, conferences, support, love, and hope to young adults living
with HIV/AIDS. Positive Hope considers young adults to be between the
ages of 18 to 29.
of Youth - Information about HIV and AIDS for young people.
To offer all children and adolescents, including the hard-to-reach,
a safe and supportive global cyberspace within which they can explore,
discuss and partner on issues related to human rights and social change,
as well as develop their awareness, leadership, community building,
and critical thinking skills through active and substantive participation
with their peers and with decision makers globally.
Children and HIV - The goal of this site is to contribute to
an improvement in the scale and quality of international HIV/AIDS prevention,
care, and treatment programs for women and children by increasing access
to authoritative HIV/AIDS information.
AIDS - YouthAIDS is a growing global initiative that generates
funding and awareness to help fight the spread of the disease among
the worlds youth.
Net - YouthNet is a global program to improve reproductive
health and prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS among people 10 to 24 years
Links for parents
Growth.com - Parenting Resources: Talking with kids about HIV/AIDS.
Body - Talking with kids about HIV and AIDS.
Links to US camps
Kindle - Our mission is to enhance the overall well being of young people infected
with or directly affected by HIV and AIDS.
Sunburst - At Camp Sunburst, our acclaimed national model residential
summer camp, HIV/AIDS children and their families enjoy the companionship
of others without the social stigma and isolation associated with the
Links to funds for children
a child alive - Keep A Child Alive is dedicated to providing life-saving medicine
to children and families with HIV/AIDS.
Positive - The Kidzpositive Family Fund is dedicated to improving
the health of HIV-positive children in Southern Africa.