What is C2EA and what do we do?

The Campaign to End AIDS (C2EA) is a diverse, exciting coalition of people living with HIV & AIDS, their advocates and their loved ones. Together, we're demanding that our leaders exert the political will to stop the epidemic, in the U.S. and abroad, once and for all.

Image for News Article

The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, the Office of HIV & AIDS Housing and the Baltimore HUD Field Office had a discussion on building successful collaborations on housing interventions on HIV & AIDS in the 21st Century.

(video) HIV & AIDS Roundtable – part 1

(video) HIV & AIDS Roundtable – part 2

Information about HUD resources which can help persons with HIV & AIDS was presented by housing and care providers, along with participation by HUD and other Federal officials. This event helped to reinforce the essential role faith-based and community organizations can play in fighting stigma and offering the helping hand in supporting people living with HIV & AIDS access safe, decent, and affordable housing.

The free round table discussion also presented science based evidence on the importance of housing as a structural intervention and the need to develop more advocacy to include housing as a core element of local and state comprehensive HIV & AIDS prevention and care plans.

For more information about HIV & AIDS housing, advocacy, and resources contact Sarah Henke at the National AIDS Housing Coalition or call 202.347.0333.

Other important links:

HUD & AIDS Housing

HUD Ideas In Action

White House AIDS Housing Partnerships

HIV AIDS Housing Discrimination