Ending the
HIV Epidemic

Free HIV Testing

DID YOU KNOW?  It is estimated that 1 in 7 people living with HIV do not know they have been infected.  This is why getting tested and knowing your status is so important.

1.  BU Wellness: www.buwellness.com 
HIV & STD Screening Hours: Monday -Thursday from 10:30am-9:00pm and Friday from 10:30am-1:30pm

2.  Damien Center:  www.damien.org
HIV & STD Screening Hours: Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday from 9:00am-11:00am & 2:00pm-4:30pm, Wednesday from 10:00am-11:00am & 2:00pm-4:30pm, and Friday from 10:00am-Noon.

3.  Step Up: www.stepupin.org
HIV & STD Screening Hours: Monday-Friday from 1:00pm-4:00pm
Walk-In HIV Testing Satellite Locations: 
  1. Wednesday at Greg’s Our Place from 9:00pm - Midnight
  2. Friday at Metro Nightclub from 8:30pm-10:30pm
  3. Friday at Club Indianapolis from 11:00pm-2:00am

Ending the HIV Epidemic

Women now account for over 50% of the people living with HIV worldwide.
Ending the HIV Epidemic will require diverse, insightful, and innovative leaders willing to admit to past failings while simultaneously embracing promising new approaches to education, outreach, support, and care.  

Broadway partners with BU Wellness, the Marion County Public Health Department, Shalom Health Care Center,  StepUp, TransSolutions, and the  Hoosier IAC International AIDS Conference Scholarship Fund to provide HIV education for youth and adults, as well, as HIV testing and peer support for people living with HIV.  Special thanks to The Indianapolis Foundation for supporting this important work.  
The Hoosier IAC International AIDS Conference Scholarship Fund allows community members to attend the International AIDS Conference (held every 2 years) to be inspired, educated, and equipped to lead the fight to End the HIV Epidemic in Indiana.  People Living with HIV (PLHIV), African Americans,  students (18+), and young adults are particularly encouraged to apply.   We invite you to join us!  For more information go to www.indianaiac.com.  

Broadway's Ending the HIV Epidemic Leaders

Professor Harold Brown

Professor Harold S. Brown, Jr. was the Founder and President of the Hoosier IAC Scholarship Fund, long-time member of the Ryan White Planning Council (2014-2023), member of the International AIDS Society, and an influential advocate for ending the HIV Epidemic in the Black community.   Sadly, Professor Brown  passed away tragically in auto accident on April 7, 2024.     His tireless advocacy for people living with HIV, and efforts toward a cure for HIV, will live on through the work of countless leaders he mentored and encouraged throughout his lifetime.

Rev. Aaron Hobbs

Rev. Aaron Hobbs is the Vice President of the Hoosier IAC Scholarship Fund, member of the International AIDS Society, and MCPHD Faith Based Response to HIV partner.  

Todd Fuqua

Todd  Fuqua is an advocate for U=U, HIV PEER Support, and the HIV Modernization Movement (HMM) to decriminalize HIV.  


Global Information and Education on HIV & AIDS

Black AIDS Institute: 
Mission to end HIV in Black Communities by engaging and mobilizing Black Institutions and Individuals to confront the epidemic.  

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention: 
Comprehensive HIV information for individuals and healthcare professionals.

Hoosier International AIDS Conference Scholarship Fund: 
Offers scholarships to community members to attend the 2022 International AIDS Conference in Montreal or virtually in Indianapolis.

International AIDS Society: 

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

Marion County Public Health Department: 

Mi Gente: 
Mi Gente is a PrEP awareness program from Shalom Healthcare Center focused on the Latinx community in Indiana. Mi Gente is a community that comes together to fight the stigma of HIV/AIDS and works to prevent HIV through testing and PrEP.

POZ Magazine: 

Ryan White HIV Services (Indianapolis TGA):  
The Ryan White HIV Services Program is designed to help eligible HIV+ individuals residing in central Indiana (Boone, Brown, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan, Putnam, or Shelby County) obtain quality comprehensive primary health care.


HIV Modernization Movement:
We are a broad coalition created by people living with HIV and their allies who are working together to change harmful and discriminatory HIV laws in Indiana.