Find HIV and STD Services in Your Area

To locate HIV and STD resources near you, please use the directories and service locators available below.

HIV Prevention, Care and Support Services

The Michigan HIV Resource Inventory provides up-to-date information on organizations throughout Michigan that are providing prevention, care and support services for individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS or who are at-risk for HIV. It was developed as a user-friendly, online guide for the general public. But, medical professionals and HIV service providers will also find it useful in providing patients and clients with additional resources and referrals.

The inventory was created as part of the 2015 Michigan Coordinated HIV/AIDS Needs Assessment process. The Michigan Statewide HIV/AIDS Needs Assessment (2015) reportPDF icon summarizes the results of that process.

Michigan PrEP Providers

PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is a once-a-day HIV-prevention pill that can be taken by people who do not have HIV now, but who are at high risk of getting it.

The PrEP pill contains two medicines that are used in combination with other medicines to treat HIV. When someone who has been taking the pill is exposed to HIV through sex or injection drug use, the medicines can keep the virus from establishing a permanent infection.

When taken once a day as directed, PrEP has been shown to reduce the risk of HIV infection in high-risk people by up to 92 percent. But, it loses much of its effectiveness if it is not taken consistently.

HIV/STD Partner Services

The mission of the HIV/STD Partner Services program is to help reduce the transmission of HIV and sexually transmitted disease (STD) infections among sex and needle-sharing partners of persons diagnosed as having HIV and/or STDs, such as syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia.

Through Partner Services, persons who are infected with HIV/STDs are counseled about their infection(s) by their provider or certified Partner Services staff, and given risk reduction information, treatment, and/or referral to other care services as appropriate. Infected clients also are counseled on the importance of notifying their at-risk sex and needle-sharing partners and told that assistance is available to help them do that, if needed.

Partner Services depends upon the voluntary cooperation of infected persons to work with certified staff or other medical providers to share information about their at-risk partners so that those individuals may be confidentially notified of their potential exposure and provided risk-reduction counseling and referrals to treatment and other support services.

To learn more about Michigan's HIV/STD Partner Services program, download the Michigan HIV/STD Prevention Partner Services Program summary.PDF icon
 

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