National Native HIV Network
HIV Resources For Tribal Communities
The National Native HIV Network (NNHN) was created in 2017 as a community-led response to increase and organize a national voice and presence in the HIV movement from the American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities.
Building a Healthier Future Through Collaboration
With support from the Indian Health Service (IHS) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Minority HIV/AIDS Fund (MHAF), the Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board (AAIHB) coordinates a wide array of key stakeholders from the twelve IHS Areas, including Hawaii, to form the National Native HIV Network. The Network provides input and guidance to assist IHS and other agencies in efforts to reach high-risk American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian populations with HIV testing, prevention, and treatment. NNHN builds group capacity and provides assistance to support extensive community engagement strategies, dissemination of information at regional and national levels, and supports professional and leadership development to sustain these efforts.
Become a Member
Enhancing the lives and health of indigenous people is the sole mission of NNHN—and one that could not be achieved without our members. If you have a passion for serving others and want to make a difference on a local and national scale, we invite you to collaborate, contribute, and join our community!
Just as communities vary, so do the needs of their people. The NNHN, recognizes this- and designates two representatives from each region to ensure inclusion of each region’s challenges and needs. Meet your region’s representatives or inquire on becoming one.
Empowering Native Communites
From resources and information to conferences- and webinars learn all the ways the NNHN is empowering American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians to fight against HIV.
Check out the page below to view upcoming conferences, community events and awareness days.
Service Provider Directory
We are collecting information to develop a National Native HIV Services Directory. We request your assistance in completing this short survey to help us develop a resource listing.