AIDS Watch at Home Provides Lasting Resources

Dose of Change has been working in collaboration with the National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA) throughout the month of May to promote a series of webinars and online resources, called AIDS Watch at Home, intended to help grassroots advocates set-up and conduct in-district congressional visits in their home states.

Interested advocates still have the chance to participate in an AIDS Watch at Home training on Wednesday, May 26 at 1 p.m. Eastern.  To RSVP, email Jim Merrell at

While many of the messages included in the resources are focused on the 2010 landscape, advocates can find lots of ‘evergreen’ information from which they can draw for years to come.

Among these evergreen materials are presentation slides on how to set up an in-district visit and how to tell your story.

There is also a series of videos of advocates delivering sample messages:

Check out this and more at

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