February 4, 2022“We Stayed Open.” Project Vida utilizes GTZ-IL’s Community Grant to support Black Gay, Bisexual men in the face of a pandemic
August 18, 2021The GTZ-IL Dashboard is live!
July 1, 2021Events, Parties and Celebrations Happening this Black Pride Weekend
June 1, 2021It’s Pride month! Here’s a list of some virtual and in-person events happening statewide.
May 25, 2021GTZ Joins IL HIV Action Alliance in Celebrating Illinois Senate Voting to End Criminal Penalties Against People Living with HIV
April 14, 2021GTZ-IL will play a big part in AFC’s Advocacy Week this year
April 1, 2021GTZ-IL is seeking proposals for $300,000 in grants
February 25, 2021HIV cases declined in Chicago in 2019, but health inequities persist
January 27, 2021Missed GTZ-IL’s regional community engagement events? Here’s a recap.
December 1, 2020GTZ-IL Launches New Video Exploring the First Year of Implementation
November 30, 2020Sharing the End of the Epidemic Together
October 21, 2020You know about PrEP, but have you heard of PEP?
September 16, 2020Q&A with a veteran contact tracer working to stop the spread of COVID-19
August 27, 2020Metronormativity is dangerous for LGBTQIA+ people’s health and well-being
June 24, 2020Social Determinants of Health Are the Key to Getting to Zero—and Beyond COVID-19
June 10, 2020Black Lives Matter.
December 13, 2019Join a GTZ-IL workgroup!
December 11, 2019World AIDS Day across Illinois
October 4, 2019GTZ-IL Fall update
August 29, 2019LGBTQ+ pride is running deep in Central Illinois
July 26, 2019At the intersection: Recognizing challenges faced by our justice-involved community members living with HIV
June 21, 2019Take PRIDE in knowing your status
May 21, 2019The State of Illinois, City of Chicago, and the AIDS Foundation of Chicago Announce Getting to Zero Illinois HIV Plan
April 30, 20195 takeaways from the 2019 National HIV Prevention Conference
March 5, 2019Your burning questions about GTZ-IL, answered
February 25, 2019Governor Pritzker takes executive action to fight HIV epidemic
January 28, 2019Getting to (functional) zero
December 21, 2018The draft plan is live!
November 29, 2018Getting to zero through sex ed
October 25, 2018U = U: Can you hear me now?
October 1, 2018Spreading the word about PrEP in the Prairie State
September 21, 2018GTZ-IL August roundup
August 24, 2018Central Illinois is getting PrEPared
August 6, 2018GTZ-IL July roundup
July 27, 2018The committees are off!
January 18, 2018Chicago is ready to get to zero
September 20, 2017What you need to know about Getting to Zero in Illinois
AIDS Foundation ChicagoAFC presents its 2022 State Legislative Policy Priorities
HIVPlusmag.comAIDS Foundation Chicago is keeping close tabs on HIV in aging communities and they’re seeing encouraging signs.
A&UGetting to Zero Illinois Launches HIV Dashboard
NBC NewsPrEP, the HIV prevention pill, must now be totally free under almost all insurance plans
WBEZIllinois Becomes Second State To Repeal HIV Criminalization Law
POZIllinois Governor Signs Bill to Repeal HIV Crime Laws
Chicago TribuneIllinois legislators approve bill that would decriminalize HIV transmission
Block Club ChicagoIllinois Decriminalizes HIV Exposure, Adds Gender-Neutral Birth Certificate Option And More As Pritzker Signs LGBTQ-Affirming Laws
Illinois HIV Action AllianceGovernor Pritzker Signs HB 1063, Ending Criminal Penalties for People Living with HIV in Illinois
Protect Our Care IllinoisVictory! The ACA is here to stay!
AIDS Foundation Chicago (AFC)First-ever Getting to Zero Illinois Community Grant Program awards $350,000 in grants
HIV.GOVIllinois Announces Plan to End the HIV Epidemic in the State
Comer Family FoundationGetting to Zero in Illinois
WBEZ 91.5 CHICAGOIllinois Aims To Halt Spread Of HIV By 2030
KFVS12‘Getting to Zero’ Illinois HIV plan announced
The NeighborState targets spread of HIV with ‘Getting to Zero’
Chicago TribuneGov. J.B. Pritzker lays out plan to halt HIV spread: ‘Prevention is less costly than treatment’
WAND-TVEfforts aim to stop HIV spread, increase treatment
Lake County Board[VIDEO] Lake County Board endorsing the Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U) Consensus Statement issued by the Prevention Access Campaign
WBEZ 91.5 ChicagoA Look Into Chicago’s Lowest Record of HIV Diagnoses
Windy City TimesGov. Rauner joins ‘Getting to Zero’ session
WBBM NEWSRADIO‘Getting To Zero’ Campaign Hopes To End Illinois’ HIV Epidemic By 2030
Our Quad CitiesFiguring out how to get to zero in Illinois
City of ChicagoMayor Emanuel Announces Collaborative “Getting to Zero” Initiative that Seeks to Effectively Eliminate New HIV Infections by 2027