AIDS Community Research Initiative of America (ACRIA)

Operating support
The grant supports general operating expenses.
The AIDS Community Research Initiative of America, ACRIA, was founded in 1991 to advance research on HIV treatments. ACRIA conducts community-based clinical trials on promising experimental treatments for HIV/AIDS and research on the health literacy and behavior of HIV positive individuals. It is the preeminent authority and resource on the fast-growing population of people over fifty living with HIV.  The organization’s research informs its health literacy and treatment education programs, which reach individuals living with HIV/AIDS and professionals working with HIV/AIDS patients across the world via publications, workshops, and forums led by leaders in the field of AIDS research and treatment.