San Francisco, CA, May 08, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Organization seeks to put the needs of HIV+ people front and center of the national debate.
The Q Foundation, also known as the AIDS Housing Alliance SF, today released a survey - 2016 HIV+ Community Member’s Survey of Attitudes & Priorities. Q Foundation is seeking the input of HIV+ people on the survey - feedback is important in shaping a national dialogue regarding the path forward in the struggle for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Both candidates for the Democratic Presidential nomination, Secretary Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders, have agreed to meet with a small sample of representatives of HIV/AIDS organizations to open a dialogue on how, as our next President, they can make ending the AIDS epidemic a priority in their first year in office.
Available at goo.gl/L6RlJg the Q Foundation’s new survey, “seeks to add to that effort by ensuring the democratic inclusion of the authentic voices of people with HIV/AIDS to drive awareness of their lived experiences and to enhance support for the variety of programs required to both live and thrive. The HIV community's priorities will be heard at the highest levels of our United States government in a moment when the candidates each need our votes,” said Q Foundation Executive Director, Brian Basinger. “We thought the candidates should hear from people living with HIV/AIDS on the full scope of needs and priorities that impact our lives, communities and our nation at large.”
As part of that process, the Q Foundation invites the community to take this survey about your needs, the needs of your communities and what you think our local, state and national priorities should be. Your input will shape the way forward.
Contact: Brian Basinger
Q Foundation a.k.a. AIDS Housing Alliance SF
Contact Phone Number: 415-552-3242 x-101
Contact E-mail Brian.Basinger@ahasf.org
Survey URL: goo.gl/L6RlJg
Organization Website: www.ahasf.org