National AIDS Housing Coalition, Inc. (NAHC),
a 501(c)(3) organization formed in 1994 to assert the fundamental right of all
persons living with HIV/AIDS to decent, safe, affordable housing and supportive
services that are responsive and appropriate to their self-determined needs.
Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) is an independently incorporated, not-for-profit
organization funded by the AIDS Bureau, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term
Care. The OHTN acts as a collaborative network of people living with HIV/AIDS,
health care providers, consumers, researchers, community-based organizations and
government, with a mandate to provide leadership and to advance policy relating
to the optimal treatment and care of people living with HIV in Ontario.
The Department of Health, Behavior and Society of the
Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University was established in the summer of 2005 with a
mission dedicated to research and training that advances scientific
understanding of the impact on health of behavior and the societal context. Dr.
David Holtgrave, Professor and founding Chair of the Department of Health,
Behavior and Society, is a widely published healthcare economist, whose work is
focused on the application of methods of cost and cost-utility analysis to the
evaluation of the cost effectiveness of health care interventions, including
HIV/AIDS systems of care and prevention.