Contains a wealth of information regarding the legal rights of PWAs. Also contains information regarding employers and their responsibilities to create a workplace that has the resources to respond to HIV/AIDS at work as well as to assess their existing policies and programs regarding HIV/AIDS in the workplace.
Business Respond to AIDS/Labor Responds to AIDS (Business and Labor Resource Services fo the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
877-242-9760 (M,T,W,Th,F 9 am - 6 pm ET)
More people are living and working with HIV than ever before. Does your workplace have policies in place to handle discrimination, return-to-work, or employee morale issues? CDC's Business/Labor Responds to AIDS (BRTA/LRTA) program is a resource to these and many other questions.
Mid-Atlantic Disability & Business ADA Information Center
301-217-0124 (M,T,W,Th,F 8:30 am - 5 pm ET)
"An individual is considered to have a "disability" if he or she has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, has a record of such an impairment, or is regarded as having such an impairment. Person with HIV disease, both symptomatic and symptomatic, have physical impairments that substantially limit one or more major life activities and are, therefore, protected by the law." (ADA website).
Job Accomodation Network
(800)526-7234 in the United States
(800)ADA-WORK [(800)232-9675] in the United States
(877)781-9403 (TTY) in the United States
(304)293-7186 locally and outside the United States
Job Accomodation Network (JAN) is a service provided by the Department of Labor. JAN's mission is to facilitate the employment and retention of workers with disabilities by providing employers, employment providers, people with disabilities, and their family members with information on job accommodations, and other related subjects. JAN supports people with disabilities. In 1991 JAN expanded to provide information on the Americans with Disabilities Act.