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STD/HIV/Hepatitis C

The purpose of the STD/HIV/Hepatitis C program is to collaborate with others throughout Montana in an effort to prevent the spread of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), and to help ensure access to treatment and services. Are you concerned you have been exposed? Are you newly diagnosed? Visit one of our program pages and national web resources below.

What We Do

HIV Prevention Program

HIV Treatment Program

STD Prevention Program

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April is STD Awareness month. Find out more about about your health and STDs on CDC's website.

Syphilis continues to affects Montanans in 2018. Most of those at risk for syphilis have been men who have sex with men. Twelve cases have already been reported in 2018, four of them were women of childbearing age. Syphilis can have serious complications, especially for the unborn child. Find out where to get tested at state-sponsored clinics below or speak to your health care provider about risk, prevention and testing. 


Undetectable = Untransmittable

Montana can celebrate that 82% of persons living with HIV in Montana have undetectable viral loads, which improves and protects their health as well as their partners.

To learn more about HIV Testing and where to test in your area, go to: http://dphhs.mt.gov/publichealth/hivstd/hivtesting

Governor Bullock Announces New Effort to Combat Opioid Overdoses in Montana

Web Resources

For Clinicians

STD/HIV/HepC Trends in Montana