HIV/AIDS Awareness and Testing
Locate HIV Testing and Other Services
The HIV Testing Sites and Care Services Locator is a one-stop search tool for consumers looking for HIV/AIDS testing and service providers.
The tool takes advantage of open data from the Department of Health and Human Services agencies such as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Health Resources and Services Administration, along with other federal departments like the Department of Housing and Urban Development, to allow searches across many service provider databases at one time. Results are displayed on a dynamic map, marking each service provider near the location you searched. You can view the provider's contact information, which services they provide,and get directions to the provider's location.
How it works
- If you know the five-digit zip code of the area where you are, you may get better results. If you don't, you can just use the nearest city and state, like Baltimore or San Diego.
- You can click on the markers on the map to get more information about each location.
- You can also expand the list on the right-hand side of the screen to see the names of all the locations. Clicking a name will also provide more information.
- To get directions to a service provider's location, you can enter the specific address for where you'd like to start from, and directions will be displayed.
Use and share the HIV Testing Sites and Care Services Locator.
The Office on AIDS supports national events like HIV/AIDS Awareness Day in order to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS among specific populations and provide information about HIV prevention, testing, and treatment. The federal web page HIV.gov provides information and resources to help individuals and organizations plan events and activities around these observance days. See more information.
Advocate for awareness year-round and learn more about how HIV/AIDS affects the following groups:
- Feb. 7: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
- March 10: National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
- March 20: National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
- April 10: National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
- April 18: National Transgender HIV Testing Day
- May 19: National Asian and Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
- June 27: National HIV/AIDS Testing Day
- Sept. 18: National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day
- Sept. 27: National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
- Oct. 15: National Latino AIDS Awareness Day
- Dec. 1: World AIDS Day
What You Can Do
- Get Educated. Learn more about HIV/AIDS. Knowing about HIV/AIDS empowers individuals and communities to act accordingly. Learn about, practice and share safer-sex tips with those you love and your sexual partners.
- Get Tested. Knowing your HIV status helps keep you and others safe. To find a testing site near you, call 1 (800) CDC-INFO (232-4636), visit hivtest.cdc.gov or text your ZIP code to KNOW IT (566948).
- Get Treated. Seek out local resources and organizations that will assist you in accessing treatment and information.
- Get Involved. Locally, there are community based organizations, events and activities for you to get involved with. Talk about HIV/AIDS in your community to reduce stigma and raise awareness.