National HIV Testing Day


Doing It My Way, Testing for HIV | JUNE 27


Multimedia & Tools

Help raise awareness of the importance of being tested by promoting HIV testing in your community with CDC's digital media tools and toolkit! If you need more resources, add HIV testing buttons and badges, posters, videos, widgets, and other materials to your website and social media pages.

TEST SITE Locator Widgets

Testing site locators help people find testing services near them. Providers can add locators to their website allowing site visitors search directly from their site.

GetTested.cdc.gov
GetTested.cdc.gov

KnowIT Tool

Mobile phone users can send a text message with their ZIP code to KnowIt and receive a return text with an HIV testing site near them.

Promote HIV testing by adding a KnowIt tool to your web site or social channel. Just copy the HTML code below and paste it into your site.

Know Your HIV Status… Text your zip code to KnowIt or 566948… to find HIV Test Centers near you. gettested.cdc.gov www.cdc.gov/mobile Know Your HIV Status… Text your zip code to KnowIt or 566948… to find HIV Test Centers near you. gettested.cdc.gov

Let your friends know you support National HIV Testing Day.
Grab the badge below and add it to your page.
Simply copy the code below and paste it in your About Me section:

Know Your HIV Status… Text your zip code to KnowIt or 566948… to find HIV Test Centers near you. gettested.cdc.gov www.cdc.gov/mobile www.cdc.gov/mobile Know Your HIV Status… Text your zip code to KnowIt or 566948… to find HIV Test Centers near you. gettested.cdc.gov

Insert the code below into the Body section of your page:

Know Your HIV Status… Text your zip code to KnowIt or 566948… to find HIV Test Centers near you. gettested.cdc.gov www.cdc.gov/mobile Know Your HIV Status… Text your zip code to KnowIt or 566948… to find HIV Test Centers near you. gettested.cdc.gov

Insert the code below into the Body section of your page:


Other Resources

CDC’s HIV Risk Reduction Tool (HRRT) is an interactive tool that helps individuals assess and reduce their risk for acquiring or transmitting HIV.


HIV Screening. Standard Care.

Because HIV crosses the boundaries of sexual orientation, gender, age, and ethnicity, risk-based testing fails to identify many people with HIV. Therefore, CDC recommends HIV screening for everyone in all health care settings. The CDC HIV Screening. Standard Care.™ campaign provides tools and resources for incorporating HIV testing into primary care settings.

Existing versions of the campaign materials continue to be available to download, print, or order through CDC-INFO. A PDF symbol designates materials available for download or printing.