Don’t know your status? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has made the recommendation that all individuals ages 13 to 64 have at least one HIV test. For a list of HIV testing sites funded or supported by the County of Orange, go to Services and Resources. Find HIV testing, prevention, care & treatment, and support services in your local area through the California HIV/AIDS Service Referrals Website at http://cdcnpin.org/ca
Newly Diagnosed or Out of Care? If you just found out about your status or need help finding services, there are many local resources where you can find help. Learn about the basics of HIV/AIDS at www.thebody.com/. For a list of HIV services funded or supported by the County of Orange, go to Services and Resources. Find HIV care, treatment, and support services in your local area through the California HIV/AIDS Service Referrals Website at http://cdcnpin.org/ca. Find out about support groups and other events in Orange County that help individuals living with or affected by HIV at our Event Calendar.
Already a client? Find out about support groups and other events that help individuals living with or affected by HIV in Orange County at our Event Calendar. Read about HIV, your rights and responsibilities, services and resources for clients in the Client Handbook (in English) or Manual del Cliente.
Orange County HIV Planning Council
The Orange County HIV Planning Council provides advice and makes recommendations to the County Health Officer regarding HIV policy issues. Go to HIV Planning Council for more information about the Planning Council.
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