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Our Mission

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


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National Native American AIDS Prevention Center

Founded in 1987 by American Indian and Alaska Native activists, social workers and public health professionals, the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center (NNAAPC) is the national leader in addressing HIV/AIDS issues that impact Native communities, such as stigma, discrimination, Homophobia, complacency, incomplete or absent educational information and many other social issues.

NNAAPC seeks to address these issues through its work in the areas of public health, community advocacy and mobilization, training and technical assistance, and communications/media.

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HIV/AIDS Training Programs/ Resources Materials

Learn the basic information about HIV/AIDS, HIV Prevention, and HIV testing. NNAAPC offers a variety of programs that help promote education about HIV/AIDS, support prevention efforts, and help foster health attitudes about sexuality and sexual health in Native Communities. NNAAPC is proud to work in partnership with several organization to best serve the many diverse communities and provide the most updated materials.


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Government Resources


Social Marketing Clearinghouse Materials


Gender Resources


Social Marketing Capacity Building

You could find our programs, resources, and publications in the "Our programs", "Resources", and "Publications" tab in the home menu.

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