CONTACT INFO

4122 Metric Drive, #800

Winter Park, Florida 32792

P/ 407.645.2577

F/ 407.866.2793

E/ info@hopeandhelp.org

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Monday - Friday | 8:00a - 5:00p

Saturday | Closed

Sunday | Closed

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PROTECT YOURSELF

 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, new HIV transmissions are on the decline nationally.  However, according to reports from the State of Florida Health Department, new HIV transmissions are on the rise throughout the state.  Florida now ranks #1 in the nation for new HIV and AIDS cases.  HIV is a preventable illness.  By learning more about HIV and utilizing the preventative resources available, the spread of HIV can be stopped.  

TALK.

Talk to your partner(s) and medical provider about sexual health, including most recent HIV/STD testing and test results.

TEST.

Get tested for HIV/STDs - it takes about 15 and no matter your results, resources are available to keep you healthy and happy.

CONDOMS.

Condoms come in a variety of types (including female), shapes, sizes, colors, and flavors - find yours and use it consistently.

PrEP.

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is a once-a-day pill that's up to 92% effective at preventing an HIV transmission from sexual contact.

ARE YOU AT RISK?

HIV Risk Factors

Answer the questions below to determine your risk factors for contracting HIV.

1. Have you had vaginal or anal sex with a MSM (men who has sex with men)?

2. Have you had an anonymous partner?

3. Have you had sex for drugs, money, or other items?

4. Have you had an STD diagnosis?

5. Have you used injection drugs?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you might be as risk for HIV.  Call 407.645.2577 to discuss options about how you can minimize your risks.  HIV Testing is free and no appointments are necessary.

For more information about your HIV risk factors, try this Risk Estimator from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.