The internet provides enormous amounts of information about HIV and AIDS. As with any source of information, be sure to use a critical eye and assess the credibility of your sources.
For information about local resources, please contact your local
county health department.
Statewide agency providing trauma-informed HIV prevention and harm reduction services, HIV testing, and comprehensive support for people living with HIV without judgment.
comprehensive, high-quality HIV prevention, harm reduction, HIV testing
and counseling for individuals at risk of acquiring HIV, and HIV
treatment and care services to individuals living with HIV in eastern
Community-based provider of HIV services,
housing, education and advocacy in the Portland Metro area and Southwest Washington.
Our vision is an Oregon where we end new HIV infections and everyone living with HIV is healthy.
Education and Training Center (AETC) supports HIV priorities by
building clinician and care team capacity and expertise along the HIV
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) serves as the national
focus for developing and applying disease prevention and control,
environmental health, and health promotion and education activities
designed to improve the health of the people of the United States.
CDC HIV Risk Reduction Tool
Learn about your risk of getting or transmitting HIV, and how to reduce your risk.
line with the latest, reliable, science-based health information on
more than 750 health topics. Call 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636), TTY
Information about HIV/AIDS, federal programs, funding opportunities, news, and events.