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Get tested for HIV in Oregon

Testing is the first step in ending new HIV infections. Testing is easy and there are free, confidential options in Oregon. Yet only 4 out of 10 people living in the state have ever been tested. Have you?

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Free, confidential HIV testing is available in Oregon

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Find a testing clinic

There are HIV testing locations throughout the state, including local clinics, public health departments, and your health care provider.

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At-home testing

If you have trouble finding testing in your area, you can order a free and confidential at-home HIV testing kit delivered right to your door. Tests can be mailed anywhere in Oregon.

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HIV/STI home testing for Native American and Indigenous peoples

Indigi-IWTK (I Want the Kit) offers free, accurate and confidential HIV/STI home testing kits for Native American and Indigenous peoples. All you have to do is order online, and the kit will be mailed to your door.

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If you test positive for HIV, there’s support for you

Facing a positive result for HIV can be scary. But you can live a long, healthy, sexually active life with HIV. Treatment, support, and other resources are available in all parts of Oregon. If you test positive, starting treatment quickly is important to your health and will reduce the risk of transmission to others. Take care of yourself and those around you. Know your status.

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People who inject drugs can get help staying safe from HIV

People who use injection drugs can stay safe by using clean needles and testing regularly. There are 21 Syringe Services Programs (SSPs) in Oregon for people who use injection drugs. SSPs can help you or a loved one stay safe. They offer clean needles, prevention information and supplies, HIV/STI testing, and referrals to services you might need.

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When testing for HIV, get tested for other STI

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) essentially refer to the same thing. An STI is passed from person to person through vaginal, anal, and oral sex. Many people with an STI have no signs or symptoms of the infection. The only way to know if you have an STI is to get tested. Some STI, including chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis, can be cured. Other STI have no cure, but can be managed with treatment. Untreated STI can cause serious health complications, and some, including HIV and syphilis, can be passed to a baby during pregnancy.

Know your status. Stop the spread. Get tested today.