HIV/AIDS cases can be found in all 92 Indiana counties.
More than half of all those living with HIV/AIDS are in Marion County.
Approximately 20 percent of Hoosiers infected with HIV and AIDS are women.
African Americans account for approximately 35
percent of the confirmed HIV/AIDS cases in Indiana, despite only making
up 10 percent of the state's total population.
The Indiana AIDS Fund is a dedicated funding
partner in the fight against HIV and
AIDS in the state. Since its inception in 1994,
the Indiana AIDS Fund, a program of The Health Foundation of Greater
Indianapolis, has become the
largest private funder of HIV/AIDS programs in
Indiana. Through grants to HIV-prevention and service programs serving
counties, the Indiana AIDS Fund can make a
difference for those currently living with
HIV/AIDS and educate the next generation of
Hoosiers on how to prevent the further spread
of the disease.