Prevention Services & Resources


Request Our Services:

If you are interested in requesting our services to participate in any events you can submit contact us

Educational Sessions:

Our program aims to reach people who are at increased risk of becoming infected with HIV or if already infected of transmitting the virus to others. The program activities include community outreach, risk reduction counseling, individual and group level interventions, health communication/public information seminars and community level interventions. 

HIV Testing:

Our "" Website serves the Monroe County community by providing FREE preventive education and HIV testing. 

National HIV/AIDS Awareness Days: 

  • National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: February 7
  • National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: March 10
  • National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: March 20
  • National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day: April 10
  • National Transgender HIV Testing Day: April 18
  • HIV Vaccine Awareness Day: May 18
  • National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: May 19
  • Hepatitis Testing Day: May 19 
  • HIV Long-Term Survivors Day: June 5
  • National Caribbean HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: June 8
  • National HIV Testing Day: June 27
  • National Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: August 20
  • National Faith HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: August 29
  • National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day: September 18
  • National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: September 27
  • National Latin AIDS Awareness Day: October 15
  • World AIDS Day: December 1


Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America (EHE):

This plan is a bold plan that aims to end the HIV epidemic in the United States by 2030.

The new initiative seeks to reduce the number of new HIV infections by 75 percent within five years, and then by at least 90 percent within 10 years. 

Download EHE Infographic To Learn More Here.

Faith Responds to AIDS (FRTA) Initiative:

This initiative empowers and mobilizes churches and other faith-based organizations to fight against HIV/AIDS. Our program works closely with faith leaders to increase awareness of HIV and AIDS in the faith community, reduce the stigma associated with HIV and AIDS within the church and promote the importance of HIV testing and knowing your HIV status.


Business Responds to AIDS (BRTA):


This Initiative helps businesses responds to HIV/AIDS in the workplace and the community. Becoming a BRTA partner is easy! Following submission, the BRTA Coordinator in Monroe County will contact you to provide you with information about your partnership commitment.

Some of the benefits of BRTA a partnership include:

  • Visibility: The program provides a national platform for businesses to showcase their efforts in addressing HIV in the workplace.
  • Productivity: By retaining employees, businesses increase productivity by reducing direct costs associated with extended absence due to illness, turnover, recruitment, separation, and lost institutional knowledge.
  • Profitability: By demonstrating a commitment in the fight against HIV, businesses garner respect and brand loyalty that can generate financial returns, align to stakeholder needs, and attract positive consumer responses.
  • Accessibility: BRTA provides access to accurate, timely, and relevant HIV information, resources and peer-based technical assistance.
  • Connectivity: Initiative facilitates access to a diverse network of like-minded businesses and stakeholders.

For additional information regarding EHE, FRTA and BRTA, please email: