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NNAAPC Mission Statement

To eliminate HIV/AIDS and confront related health and social determinants that negatively
impact American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and Indigenous peoples.


NNNAAPC offers a variety of programs to help promote education about HIV/AIDS, support prevention efforts, help foster healthy attitudes about sexuality and sexual health in the Native community.


NNAAPC understands the kind of HIV/AIDS prevention work being done and is committed to providing access to the resources that we have developed ourselves and acquired over the years from our many partners.


Our organization has produced a variety of publications, primarily HIV/AIDS specific material, that are designed to help educate our Native communities and the health care providers who serve them.

WEBINAR: Living in Balance with HIV in Rural Native Communities

Presenters: Shana Christense, Michaela Grey, and Patrick Roberts

HIV/AIDS is no longer a death sentence. With the introduction of new and more effective HIV medication, HIV is now considered a chronic disease. Native People Living with HIV/AIDS who achieve undetectable viral loads live longer, healthier lives. This webinar will provide practical tips for effective chronic HIV management, tips to prevent HIV/STD infection and ways to combat the stigma associated with HIV.

SEASON Spring 2016Stay informed about the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center's work in the community, upcoming events and ways you can get invoved. Check out NNAAPC's Winter SEASONS newseltter (Click image to download).

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