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HIV Prevention
HIV/AIDS Basics

Learn the basics about prevention, transmission, and treatment at AIDS.gov or take our free, online HIV Prevention Essentials training.

A number of services are available to provide referrals and answer questions:

Learn about PrEP
PrEP is a daily pill taken by HIV negative people to prevent becoming infected with HIV.  If you are interested in taking PrEP, talk with your health care provider and bring this brochure.  Some providers do not have experience prescribing PrEP and may be reluctant to do so.  Let them know they can call (855) 448-7737 if they would like to consult with an expert physician.

Get tested
HIV screening is recommended for everyone aged 15 to 65.  Use the widget below to learn which preventive health services are recommended for you.


Oregon Reminders
Sign up to receive text or e-mail reminders to test for HIV every 3-6 months at www.oregonreminders.org.

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Quit Tobacco, Alcohol, or Other Drugs
For help quitting tobacco, call 1-800-QUITNOW or enroll online.

Integrated Planning Group
The Oregon HIV/Viral Hepatitis/Sexually Transmitted Infection Integrated Planning Group (IPG)  advises the HIV/STD/TB Section of the Oregon Health Authority. 

 

 

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