World AIDS Day - December 1st
“The Time to Act Is Now"
World AIDS Day is observed each year on December 1st and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV, and remember those who have died. Started in 1988, World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day. This day brings an opportunity for people to work actively and collaboratively with partners around the world to raise awareness about HIV and help us move closer to the goal of an AIDS-free generation. This year's theme, “The Time to Act Is Now,” calls us to act with urgency to implement the latest high-impact, evidence-based HIV prevention strategies.
HIV Testing in New Hampshire
For HIV testing, see your health care provider; visit your community health center or contact one to the agencies below.
The following agencies receive funds from the New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services to support their offering of HIV and HCV counseling, testing and referral services and STD counseling, testing and treatment services. Please contact the agency to learn more about their fee schedule and the availability of low to no cost services.
|Greenland||Joan G. Lovering Health Center
559 Portsmouth Avenue
|Manchester||Manchester Health Department
1528 Elm Street
By Appointment Only
By Appointment Only
|Nashua||Nashua Health Department
18 Mulberry Street
The World AIDS Day theme for the next three years is "Getting to Zero." Zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero deaths. Get involved and get tested. For more information about World AIDS Day, please visit: http://aids.gov/news-and-events/awareness-days/world-aids-day
For more information on HIV testing, please contact the STD/HIV Program at (603) 271-4502. To get involved, please join one of the World AIDS Day events around the state.
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