54 Meadow Street
The AIDS Division provides the following services:
- Confidential, rapid HIV and Hepatitis C testing; Bicultural/bilingual counselors available. For same day, walk-in service, stop by the Mobile Outreach Van. For locations of the Mobile Outreach Van, call (203) 901-7687 (see below for schedule)
- AIDS outreach workers to talk with people at high risk of HIV infection; AIDS education for youth and adult groups; free AIDS pamphlets and posters (203) 946-8351
- Syringe Exchange Program (SEP) provides clean needles to addicts in exchange for used ones to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS. HIV/AIDS education, counseling about drug treatment and referrals are also offered. (203) 901-7687
- Male and female condoms are available at the Health Department in the first floor clinic and on the Mobile Outreach Van.
- Overdose prevention education and naloxone distribution are offered free-of-charge to individuals and community groups. Please call 203-901-7687 for more information.
- Mayor's Task Force on AIDS - Meeting are held on the second Tuesday of the month from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Planned Parenthood of Southern New England on 345 Whitney Avenue, New Haven. Meetings are open to the public.
Syringe Exchange Program
As of January 1, 2017, the Health Department will no longer provide Syringe Exchange Services. The Syringe Exchange Program will be offered by the Community Health Care Van (the blue bus). For the schedule and locations, please call 203-996-0162 or 203-996-0161.
New Haven HIV Data
Trends in HIV - New Haven HIV Infection Cases by Year of Diagnosis, Sex, Race, and Risk (2002-December 31,2010)
People Living with HIV Infection in New Haven by Risk, Sex, Race, and Age Group (1980-December 31, 2010)
Total HIV Infection by Risk, Sex, Race, and Age Group in New Haven (1980-December 31, 2010)
AIDS in the U.S
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HIV AIDS the Basics
HIV STD Fact sheet
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Mother to child transmission of HIV
Starting Anti-HIV Medication
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