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When it comes to knowing your HIV status, sooner is better.

Getting tested is the most important thing you can do for yourself and for others in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Knowing your status empowers you to make informed decisions. People are more likely to use caution if they know they can spread the virus. If you are negative, you can learn how to stay negative. If you are positive, you can seek treatment to live a long and healthy life.

World AIDS Day

City of Austin World AIDS Day

This Is Your Moment of Truth!

In observance of World AIDS Day (December 1st), the City of Austin Health & Human Services is sponsoring six workshops in November and December entitled HIV Ministry Transitions: Steps To Develop An HIV-Compassionate Church.

HIV/AIDS Support Group on "Positively Healthy Relationships"

The C.A.R.E. program, Austin/Travis County Integral Care's HIV Services Program, is sponsoring a four-week group series beginning on April 9 on "Positively Healthy Relationships." This psychoeducational/support group is for people living with HIV and their loved ones. The April group begins on Wednesday, April 9 and runs through, from 5:15-6:15 pm each evening. Topics include HIV 101, Facts and Updates; Shame and Stigma; Negotiating Disclosure; and How to support one another. .

HIV Mobile Health Van Services

Austin HIV Planning Council

Affordable Care Act


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