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HIV Prevention in Oregon

The HIV Prevention Program seeks to prevent new infections by supporting public health, targeted HIV testing, comprehensive prevention services for people living with HIV, condom distribution, policy change and perinatal prevention efforts. Read more about the HIV Prevention Program.

Training

Access online training related to HIV prevention, as well as information about upcoming trainings.

Program Planning

Get program reports based on epidemiologic data and research, CDC guidance, innovative and best practices and community input.

Free Materials

Browse our collection of free educational and marketing materials.


Intersecting Infections

HIV, other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as gonorrhea and chlamydia, and viral hepatitis are often transmitted in the same ways. These diseases are commonly spread by having unprotected sex or injecting drugs with equipment used by someone else.

HIV/AIDS Basics

A number of services are available to provide referrals and answer questions:

  • 211Info:  Call 211 or text 898211.

World AIDS Day

On Dec. 1, World AIDS Day, OHA and its public health and community partners launched End HIV Oregon, the state's five-year strategy to end new HIV infections.

It builds on decades of work by community members, and public and private agencies on such programs as prevention education, syringe exchange, and quality care and treatment.


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