OUR HEALTH. OUR COMMUNITY.
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD) is observed annually on February 7 to increase awareness, spark conversations, and highlight the work being done to reduce HIV in Black or African American communities in the United States and show support for people with HIV in these communities.
Don’t let anything keep you from knowing your status. When people receive unconditional support, they may be more likely to get tested for HIV, seek care, and stay in treatment. Let your family and friends know they’re not alone—even if you’re physically apart. We’re in this together. http://bit.ly/2WQ9jq5
COMPLIMENTARY TESTING AND PREVENTATIVE SERVICES:
- Educational Sessions in English and Spanish
(HIV Prevention Information)
- Pre-Exposure Prophlaxis (PreP)
- Post-Exposure Prevention (PEP) (PEPSE)
- Treatment and Prevention (TasP)
- Blood Tests for HIV, Syphilis, ad Hepatitis C
- Urine Sample Tests for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Trichomoniasis
Test results are provided by the Indiana State Department of Health and the Marion County Public Health Department Labs at least five 5 business days after the actual test.
Due to COVID-19 in-person restrictions, the Indianapolis Urban League offers HIV 20 minute Rapid Test by appointment only. Call (317) 693-7603 to schedule a confidential appointment between 8:30 am and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Learn more about our Special Populations Support Program click here
National HIV/AIDS Awareness Days are celebrated throughout the year:
- National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day – February 7
- National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day – March 10
- HIV Long-Term Survivors Day – June 5
- National HIV Testing Day – June 27
- National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day – October 15
- World AIDS Day – December 1