HIV Resource Guide

Welcome to the online HIV Resource Guide. Here you can find programs and resources to help no matter what impact HIV might have in your life If you would like to find out how to reduce your risk of getting HIV check out programs designed to assist you. If you are thinking about taking an HIV test, you can find places that provide low or no–cost testing throughout Minnesota. Maybe you are HIV–positive and have interest in learning about what services are available for HIV–positive people. No matter where you are at with HIV, this online guide will help you find services, information, and programs you need. If you have questions about any of the programs or resources you find, or can't find what you are looking for, contact the Minnesota AIDS Project AIDSLine at 612–373–2437 or 1–800–248–2437, or by .

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The Resource Quick List is an abridged version of our HIV Resource Guide and contains the most commonly used programs and resources.

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Learn more about HIV and then educate others.

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A program by positives for positives. Find more information here.

Content Notice: This site contains HIV prevention messages that may not be appropriate for all audiences. Since HIV infection is spread primarily though sexual practices or by sharing needles, prevention messages and programs may address these topics. If you are not seeking such information or materials, please exit this website. The Minnesota AIDS Project is not responsible for content of external websites.

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