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HIV Testing

Increasing Access to HIV Testing and Linkage to Care webcast
Thursday, June 26, 2 to 3:30 pm ET
Learn what's new in HIV testing, implications of the Affordable Care Act, hear examples from the field and get answers to your questions from panelists

  • Dr. Bernard Branson, Associate Director for Laboratory Diagnostics, Division of HIV Prevention, CDC 
  • Yolonda Campbell, Health Policy Analyst, Office of Planning, Analysis, and Evaluation, HRSA 
  • Jenna Bardwell, Program Coordinator-Educator, AIDS Education Training Center, National Resource Center 
  • Sallie Bachman, LMSW, Site Director, HopeHealth Edisto

More than 1.1 million Americans are living with HIV. About one in five does not know she or he is infected. 

Finding out early can help you live a longer, healthier life

Knowing your HIV status lets you look out for yourself and people you love. 

The test for HIV is easy, free, fast and confidential.

Do It Today

Find out how to Get Help through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

Use and share the HIV Testing Sites & Care Services Locator

Download the HIV Locator for iPhone and iPad

Text your zip code to KNOWIT (566948) to find a testing site near you

Learn the facts: Fact Sheet: HIV Testing in the United States (PDF - 197 KB)

Plan a National HIV Testing Day event with help from the AIDS.gov Event Planning Guide

Learn More

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-supported campaigns are working to promote testing and end stigma:

Let’s Stop HIV Together

Testing Makes Us Stronger

Take Charge. Take the Test

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