HIV TESTING DAY—MAY 10
Don’t play games. Get tested!
WHO SHOULD GET TESTED FOR HIV? EVERYONE.
WHO SHOULD LEARN MORE ABOUT HIV? EVERYONE.
The only way you can know your status for sure is to get tested. According to the CDC, everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 should get tested for HIV. Knowing your status puts you in control of your life—and protects your partners. If you learn that you are positive, there are medications that can help you live a long and healthy life—and reduce your risk of transmitting HIV to others.
Wednesday, May 10, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM we are offering free testing and activities that will educate, entertain, and keep you healthy.
Testing is by appointment only. Call: 718-784-2240, ext. 889, 391 or 313
FREE HIV TESTING
Knowing your status is empowering and the first step to living a full and healthy life. According to the CDC, people between the ages of 13 to 64 should get tested for HIV at least once as part of routine health care. People at high risk should get tested more frequently.
Knowing your status helps you make good decisions that will keep you healthy for many years. Starting treatment after early diagnosis will reduce HIV-related illness and will help prevent transmission to others. People who learn that they are HIV-negative can make informed decisions about their lifestyle and healthcare choices that can protect them from being infected, such as taking PrEP as a preventative measure.
Join us for free testing. To make an appointment, call 718-784-2240, ext. 889, 391 or 313.