VA National HIV Testing Campaign - HIV
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VA National HIV Testing Campaign

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National HIV Testing Campaign

Doing it My Way, Testing for HIV

For National HIV Testing Day on June 27th, learn more about getting tested.

Campaign Description

VA is the largest single provider of HIV care in the United States, caring for over 31,000 Veterans with HIV. However, only 43 percent of Veterans in our care have been tested for HIV. We encourage HIV testing at least once for every Veteran, and more frequently for those with risk factors.

In 2019, the President announced a plan to end HIV during the State of the Union Address and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) subsequently released an ambitious plan to do so. We invite you to watch the video address from Dr. Stone, Executive in Charge, VHA, below as he addresses VA providers and describes VA's efforts towards this goal. This includes making sure all Veterans in our care are offered testing at least once, and offering PrEP, a medication that can prevent HIV, to Veterans at high risk.

Dr. Stone's Video Address

screen shot of dr stone

Campaign Resources

Help us observe National HIV Testing Day by sharing these resources:

HIV Testing Fact Sheets, Posters, and More
Patient's Guide to HIV TestingFact Sheet

Audience: Veterans
2 pages, 8.5" x 11"


Get Checked Provider Fact SheetFact Sheet

Audience: Providers
1 page, 8.5" x 11"


Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

PrEP Overview for PatientsPrEP Fact Sheets for Patients

Audience: Veterans
Information for patients about PrEP to prevent HIV infection.

PrEP Overview for CliniciansPrEP Information for Providers

Audience: Providers
Guidelines and resources about using PrEP to prevent HIV infection.

Additional National HIV Testing Campaign Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Act Against AIDS InitiativeLink will take you outside the VA website.

HIV.govLink will take you outside the VA website.