The primary goal of the HIV Prevention Program is to implement a comprehensive HIV prevention program in order to prevent new HIV infections and support viral suppression among persons living with HIV. Our primary objectives are to:
- Increase individual knowledge of HIV status
- Prevent new infections among HIV-negative persons
- Reduce transmission from persons living with HIV
- Support sustained viral suppression.
Priority activities include (but are not limited to) HIV testing and education, condom distribution, linkage/referral to HIV care, support achieving viral suppression, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) related activities, and community-level HIV prevention activities.
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|Health Units Arkansas Department of Health|
|HIV Prevention Program||4815 W. Markham St., Slot 33
Little Rock, AR 72205