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HIV Care and Treatment in Oregon
end HIV oregon

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.

For more information, visit the End HIV Oregon website,

Ryan White Program S​er​​vices

Oregon's HIV Care and Treatment Program provides high quality, cost effective​ services that promote access to and ongoing success in HIV treatment for people with HIV/AIDS.

Through successful case management, access to important supportive services and assistance through Oregon's AIDS Drug Assistance Program, CAREAssist, people living with HIV/AIDS are empowered to effectively manage their HIV disease and improve their overall health and quality of life.

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CAREAssist is Oregon's AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) that helps people living with HIV or AIDS pay for medical care expenses.


Find A Case Manager

HIV Case Managers are available in every county. Case Managers help connect clients to services like medication and housing assistance. Contact information is available here.

Integrated Planning Group

Integrated Planning Group

The Oregon HIV/Viral Hepatitis/Sexually Transmitted Infection Integrated Planning Group (IPG) is an advisory group to the HIV/STD/TB Section of the Oregon Health Authority.

The IPG has developed the 2017-2021 Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan (pdf).