The Division of HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis works to promote public health and enhance the quality of life for Indiana residents by the prevention, intervention, and treatment of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. This mission will be accomplished through policy and resource development, clinical data collection and analysis, research, education, prevention programs, disease detection, and the provision of treatment services.
The Division of HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis will identify and assess the needs of the citizens of Indiana for prevention services and health care related to HIV and other STDs. We envision the elimination of the transmission of HIV and other STDs and the provision of the equitable distribution of health resources to ensure a quality life for each infected individual. We will partner with a full complement of related safety net providers, agencies and businesses.
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Created to provide an interactive platform for accessing data collected by CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP).
WORLD AIDS DAY 2019
The Theme of World AIDS Day 2019 is
Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Community by Community
Started in 1988, World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day. The commemoration of World AIDS Day, which will take place on 1 December 2019, is an important opportunity to recognize the essential role that communities have played and continue to play in the AIDS response at the international, national and local levels.
Communities contribute to the AIDS response in many different ways. Their leadership and advocacy ensure that the response remains relevant and grounded, keeping people at the centre and leaving no one behind. Communities include peer educators, networks of people living with or affected by HIV, such as gay men and other men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs and sex workers, women and young people, counsellors, community health workers, door-to-door service providers, civil society organizations and grass-roots activists.