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We R Native

We R Native is a multimedia health resource for Native teens and young adults developed and managed by Project Red Talon, an STD/HIV prevention program of the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board. The campaign includes an interactive Web site, a text messaging service (text NATIVE to 24587), a Facebook page, a YouTube channel, a Twitter feed, and printed marketing materials. All content has been reviewed by Native youth and experts in the fields of public health, mental health, and community engagement.

It's Time

It’s Time is a campaign created by the San Mateo County STD/HIV Program to encourage residents, specifically youth and young adults, to get tested for STDs and HIV. Residents can call, text, or go to for testing information. San Mateo County has an STD clinic as well as Testing on Demand (TOD), which is a mobile testing service that will arrange a time and location to provide testing or results. This campaign is being displayed on San Mateo County buses as well as the internet.

Detengamos juntos el VIH

Detengamos Juntos el VIH is the Spanish version of CDC's Let's Stop HIV Together Campaign that supports Hispanic and Latino communities. The campaign offers videos and resources, materials in Spanish, a Spanish Web site, downloadable materials, and videos with personal stories.

Many Shades of Gay

Many Shades of Gay was a multimedia campaign that ran from June 2012 to October 2014. It communicated that no matter who you are or how you see yourself, getting an HIV test every six months is an important part of taking care of yourself, your partners and your community, and focused on encouraging gay and bisexual men to have regular HIV screening. The interactive and educational website allowed users to create more than 10,000 personalized avatars, and successfully pioneered using digital social media to prevent HIV and increase testing efforts.

We Are Members of This Community

We Are Members of This Community was formed to raise awareness of the issues that African American gay population face and to help end homophobia and the violence it spreads through hate. It is a resource for men who have sex with men (MSM) in the prevention and risk reduction of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). It is also a resource for anyone looking for information about sexual orientation, how to educate others about homophobia and bullying. There is also educational information for parents with sons or daughters who identify as gay or lesbian.

Let's Stop HIV Together™

The Let's Stop HIV Together™ campaign raises awareness about HIV and its impact on the lives of all Americans, and fights stigma by showing that persons with HIV are real people—mothers, fathers, friends, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, partners, wives, husbands, and co-workers. The campaign is part of CDC's Act Against AIDS™ Campaign. There is a Spanish version of this campaign, Detengamos juntos el VIH.

Find Your Frequency

Find Your Frequency is a social marketing campaign funded by the Public Health departments in King, Pierce, and Snohomish Counties. These counties banded together because their jurisdictions contain approximately 80 percent of all HIV cases in Washington state. The campaign encourages men who have sex with men, particularly those at high-risk, to test for HIV more often.

New Resource: Every Dose, Every Day (E2D2) Toolkit and App

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Medication adherence among patients living with HIV is a critical step in breaking the chain of HIV transmission. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has published a new, online resource, the Every Dose Every Day toolkit , which offers health care providers evidence-based strategies for improving medication adherence among patients living with HIV.

What does this toolkit provide for healthcare providers?


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