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Thank you Gilead Sciences for highlighting the work of the RWHP in addressing HIV in the South.

Who We Are

Founded in 1991, the Rural Women's Health Project (RWHP) is a health justice non-profit. We design and implement projects that strengthen communities and their understanding of critical health and social justice issues.

Quienes somos - Fundado en 1991, el Rural Women's Health Project (RWHP) es una organización sin fines de lucro que está en pro de la justicia de salud. Diseñamos y facilitamos proyectos para fortalecer comunidades y su conocimiento sobre temas críticos para la salud y la justicia social.

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New Chapter Published!

Marie Coady Book
Chapter 7
"The Role of Community Agencies in Family Engagement"

We are proud to be included in our Stellar collaborator, Dr. Maria Coady's new book:
Connecting School and Multilingual Home Theory and Practice for Rural Educators

New Materials:
Concise Action Steps

Mobilizing to Defend Families Download

Designed to engage a broad range of individuals and agencies serving children of immigrants, Mobilizing to Defend Families Impacted by Interior Immigrant Parent Detention: Action Steps to Reduce Trauma & Ensure Parental Rights provides an overview what needs to change to reduce childhood trauma, defend parental rights and enact steps for family reunification.

New Fotonovelas:
Let's Talk About It

LTAI fotonovelas

LTAI Advocates developed two photonovel stories to address the problems of stigma by churches against people living with HIV. This is part of our Spark! funded media campaign.  Thanks Southern AIDS Coalition!

New Resources:
La Guia de recursos

Marion County Resource Guides

Check out the RWHP's Marion and Levy County Bilingual Resource Guides - Improving access to health and social services!

Now available, the Spanish-only version of the Alachua County Resource Guide!

Entérate de los recursos médicos y sociales en los Condados de Marion, Levy y Alachua!