Are you looking for free educational or marketing materials? All materials posted on this page are available for you to download, print, and share. We hope you will take advantage!
"HIV/AIDS: Know the Facts" Brochures (pdf)
These brochures provide basic information about HIV and are available in:
Simplified Chinese (pdf)
These posters are designed to promote condom use
"Reasons" campaign materials
This campaign promotes HIV testing among Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men.
Telenovela Sin Verguenza (Without Shame)
This telenovela web series addresses HIV awareness and stigma in Hispanic/Latino communities. The series contains four episodes and is available in English and Spanish.
"Get an HIV Test" poster (pdf)
These posters encourage HIV testing among the general population.
"Is HIV Still a big Deal?" brief video intervention
This website contains brief videos that have been found to reduce sexual risk behaviors and increase disclosure of HIV status among men who have sex with men. Read the study.
"Testing Makes Us Stronger" Campaign Posters and Banner Ads
This national campaign seeks to promote HIV testing among black gay and bisexual men.
"HIV Screening, Standard Care" Campaign Materials
This national campaign seeks to promote HIV screening for everyone in all healthcare settings.
"Prevention is Care" Posters
This national campaign seeks to promote risk reduction conversations between medical care providers and persons living with HIV
"Take Charge, Take the Test" campaign materials
This national campaign seeks to promote HIV testing among African American women ages 18 - 34.
Red Flags of HIV & AIDS (pdf)
This quick reference guide for medical providers summarizes CDC HIV testing recommendations and the symptoms of acute, symptomatic and advanced HIV/AIDS.
Depression and HIV (pdf)
This brochure provides information about symptoms and treatment of depression for people living with HIV.
CDC Materials Available to Order for Free
This website has a variety of posters, brochures, and toolkits available to have mailed to you. Topics addressed include prevention with persons living with HIV, myths, sexually transmitted infections, Partner Services, and risk reduction.
HIV Fact Sheets
View our fact sheets on HIV/AIDS in Oregon
Act Against AIDS
A page that includes information on HIV/AIDS campaigns