Use the NPIN databases to locate HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STDs, and TB information and services locally or nationally.
- About the Databases
- Submitting to or Updating the Databases
- Searching the Databases
- Database Disclaimer
About the Databases
This database contains descriptions of more than 14,000 national, state, or city organizations that provide resources and services related to HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STDs, and TB. Services include case management, counseling and testing, prevention, education and outreach, health care, support services, housing assistance, and legal counseling.
You can locate groups that provide services in languages other than English and groups that target their services to specific audiences (youth, women, etc). While a small number of organizations located outside of the United States are included, the database is primarily a resource for groups in the United States.
The information provided about each organization or agency includes:
- Name, address, and phone number
- Geographical service area
- Hours of service
- Access procedures
- Types of services and audiences served
- Information resources provided
This database is the only one of its kind in the United States. Since 1987, staff members have been identifying appropriate organizations and adding them to the database. New organizations are added regularly, and current listings are verified to be sure that the information in the database is as current as possible.
This database is a unique collection of information about educational materials tailored to a variety of audiences and focusing on the prevention of HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STDs, and TB.
The Materials Database contains bibliographic descriptions, abstracts, and availability information for more than 22,000 items in many formats, including:
- Fact sheets
- Manuals and training guides
Materials in more than 34 languages are included.
This database includes private and government funding opportunities for community-based and HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB service organizations. Included are details about eligibility requirements, application processes, and deadlines.
The Funding Database can be used as a starting point for people seeking financial support for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STDs, and TB education, prevention, social/support services, and information dissemination. We strongly urge users to contact funding organizations directly for additional information.
This database offers a searchable inventory of local, state, and national campaigns with models and resources for health departments, community based organizations, and other prevention partners planning HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB health communication campaigns. It features resources geared to reach a variety of audiences.
Submitting to or Updating the Databases
We invite you to share information about your organization, including its services, educational materials you have produced, and funding opportunities sponsored by your organization.
To submit or update your information:
- E-mail your information to NPIN
- Submit information in written or printed form to:
CDC NPIN Databases
P.O. Box 6003
Rockville, MD 20849-6003
- To add or update your information in the Organizations Database, complete the online form
Searching the Databases
The databases are organized into sections called fields. For example, Location, Country, and Date are each separate fields. Together, fields make up the full description--or record--of each entry in the database.
When you search a database, a list of search results will display. These results are summaries of all of the database records that match your search criteria. Each search result summary on the list will include the title of the record and a brief description of it. Click on the title of the record to display the full description and other fields for that record.
This information in our databases is made available as a public service. The inclusion of an organization or publication in NPIN's databases does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the CDC National Prevention Information Network.