END HIV MN - Minnesota Dept. of Health
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New HIV prevention, care, & anti-stigma social media toolkit
Developed in collaboration with community partners, the social media toolkit is now ready to use! Visit HIV Prevention, Care, and Anti-Stigma Social Media Toolkit for more information and to download the toolkit.

END HIV MN is a comprehensive long-term plan to end new HIV infections and improve health outcomes for people living with HIV in Minnesota. This legislatively mandated plan was created over several years by the Minnesota Department of Health, the Minnesota Department of Human Services, and the Minnesota HIV Strategy Advisory Board. The END HIV MN team held facilitated workshops, focus groups, and interviews statewide to get input from people living with HIV, communities most often affected by HIV, health and social service providers, local and state government staff, and other stakeholders.

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By 2025, Minnesota will be a state where new HIV diagnoses are rare and all people living with HIV—and those at high risk of HIV infection—will have access to high quality health care and the resources they need to live long healthy lives, free from stigma and discrimination.

END HIV MN will address the social and structural barriers to HIV testing, prevention, and care though five goals:

  1. Prevent new HIV infections
  2. Reduce HIV related disparities and promote health equity
  3. Increase retention in care for people living with HIV
  4. Ensure stable housing for people living with HIV or at risk for HIV
  5. Achieve a coordinated statewide response to HIV

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Some Department of Human Services resource recommendations are below:

If you have any questions or comments, please contact hiv.strategy@state.mn.us.

All individuals featured are models. Use of these images is for illustrative purposes only and does not imply that the individuals featured are living with or at risk for HIV.

Updated Tuesday, 29-Mar-2022 13:57:45 CDT