If you’re HIV-negative there are many services designed to help you stay that way. And if you’re HIV-positive help is available so you can do your part to avoid passing on the virus to others.
If you don’t know your HIV status, you can get a free, confidential HIV test at a facility in your area, along with counseling to help you identify and reduce the risk of getting HIV. Find an HIV testing location near you.
If you inject drugs or other substances, you can reduce your risk for HIV by not sharing needles and syringes. Find a needle exchange program near you or find pharmacy sale of syringes near you.
Whether you are HIV-negative or HIV-positive, many areas have support groups to help you deal with any issues you may be facing. Find an HIV-negative or positive support group in your area.
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