March 20th is National American Indian HIV Awareness Day. Of the over 700 people living with HIV in Montana, 5% (37) report being American Indian. About 7% of Montanans identify as American Indian. Learn more about Native Americans and HIV on CDC's website.
Concerned you might have a STD, HIV or Hepatitis C
Find a testing site near you.
Did you know?
- Most HIV test results are available in 20 minutes.
- You may not have to give your name. Ask your provider if anonymous HIV testing is available.
Are you concerned you have been exposed? Are you newly diagnosed?
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What We Do
Syphilis has increased four-fold in recent years in Montana. Gonorrhea reports have increased significantly over the last year as well. Both conditions can have serious complications, especially if left untreated. Find out where to get tested at state-sponsored clinics or speak to your health care provider about risk, prevention and testing.
Montana can celebrate that 93% of persons living with HIV, and known to be in treatment in Montana, have undetectable viral loads, which improves and protects their health as well as their partners.
STD/HIV/HepC Trends in Montana