Stay Connected. Stay Healthy 18

Staying connected to care is more important than ever. Whether you're living with HIV or not, there are services available to keep you healthy and well.

Many providers are offering tele-health appointments via phone or video, and expanded at-home services, including self-testing for HIV and other STDs. Tele-PrEP is also available in some places to expand access to the pill to prevent HIV.

In-person prevention and HIV services also continue to be available in many places. Call first to confirm services and whether appointments are required.

Click here for more tips about living well with HIV during COVID-19.

FAQs: HIV and COVID-19

Get answers about COVID-19 and HIV, as well as the latest information about the new coronavirus, from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Getting Care

If you don’t have insurance, or are underinsured, there are options. The Ryan White program provides HIV medical care and treatment for those who need help.

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Staying Connected

Staying socially connected, while physically distant, is important. For times when you need more help, free mental health resources are available via phone and web.

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