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STD/HIV/Hepatitis C

The STD/HIV/Hepatitis C program's purpose is to collaborate with others throughout Montana to prevent the spread of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and 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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World AIDS Day is a time to remember the devastating losses during the early HIV epidemic, and to celebrate the successes in HIV prevention and treatment.

Advances in HIV treatment have a led to a substantial reduction in transmission, as the medication reduces the level of virus in the blood to a nearly non-transmittable state. Advances in prevention have led to greater awareness of risk, more people getting tested, and more positive persons accessing treatment.

Montana can celebrate the fact 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


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See our  STD Prevention page for more information.

Web Resources

For Clinicians

STD/HIV/HepC Trends in Montana