Getting Tested for HIV
- 9 in 10 new US HIV infections come from people not receiving HIV care: Video from the CDC on the importance of getting those unaware of their status in to care
- National HIV Testing Day is June 27
- HIV Testing
Sites in Minnesota
List of the HIV testing sites in Minnesota, developed by MDH.
- The Rural AIDS Action Network offers free HIV testing at a variety of sites throughout rural Minnesota.
- National HIV and STD Testing Resources: What you need to know, HIV facts, HIV testing site search by zip code
- CDC's Revised Recommendations for HIV Testing of Adults, Adolescents, and Pregnant Women in Health-Care Settings
- CDC's HIV Screening, Standard Care for Primary Care Providers
AIDS Project: AIDSLine
Toll-free hotline for confidential information about the prevention, testing locations and available services for persons affected or infected by HIV in Minnesota.
- Minnesota African/African-American Women HIV Initiative (MAAAH)
The mission of MAAAH is to Educate, Empower and Mobilize African and African American women to decrease the number of new HIV infections in Minnesota.
- HIV Subtype
and Drug Resistance Testing: Information for Clients
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), STD, HIV and TB Section and Public Health Laboratory have incorporated HIV drug resistance and subtype surveillance into routine HIV surveillance.
HIV Testing Information in American Sign Language (ASL) - Video for HIV testing from New York Dept. of Health
Video in ASL about the benefits of being tested for HIV
- Testing for HIV–1/HIV–2
MDH overview of HIV type 1 and HIV type 2 infections and testing recommendations.
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