Health Services - HIV Program

HIV is the human immunodeficiency virus. It is the virus that can lead to acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or AIDS. Since 2010, CDC estimates that about 33,000 people per year in the United States contract HIV.

There are two types of HIV, HIV-1 and HIV-2. In the United States, unless otherwise noted, the term “HIV” primarily refers to HIV-1.

Both types of HIV damage a person’s body by destroying specific blood cells, called CD4+ T cells, which are crucial to helping the body fight diseases.

Both blood testing and rapid testing (results in 20 minutes) are available.  Charges for testing are based on your income. Please call (541) 447-5165 to schedule an appointment.

Ryan White case management: Services for HIV positive persons may qualify for help with:

    -Prescription drugs 
    -Medical Care 
    -Health Insurance 
    -Dental Care 
    -Mental Health Counseling 
    -Drug and alcohol treatment/counseling 
    -Housing assistance 
    -Education and prevention program

Please call (541) 447-5165 to see if you qualify for HIV case management services.

The information you share will be kept strictly confidential. 

HIV Information (CDC)
HIV Information (State of Oregon)
HIV Case Management 
HIV Fact Sheet

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