Tennessee AIDS Advocacy Network (TAAN) is a non-partisan coalition of groups and individuals working together to improve awareness about HIV/AIDS as a public health priority in TN and the US.
The Tennessee AIDS Advocacy Network works to create a Tennessee that is free from stigma and discrimination and provide mutual support for people living with HIV/AIDS and affected communities through outreach and public education, policy advocacy, and community-building.
The Tennessee AIDS Advocacy Network (TAAN) works to build political power at the local level, TN General Assembly and the Governor’s Office, and with our federal delegation in Washington, DC.
The mission of Nashville CARES is to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Middle Tennessee. With your help, Nashville CARES offers services annually to more than 50,000 Middle Tennesseans at-risk of or living with HIV/AIDS.
As a member of the TN AIDS Action Network Volunteer Team you will be part of a community of more than 500 dedicated Tennesseans who give their time and energy to fight for the rights of people living with HIV and those at risk in our state.
TAAN works to educate people living with HIV/AIDS, their care providers, and their allies about state and federal HIV policy issues affecting access to care and broader health and wellness issues for people living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS.