HIV Prevention


To reduce the number of new HIV/AIDS cases in Rhode Island.

What we do

  • Give special consideration to reduce the number of new cases is given to communities of color due to the disproportionately high rates of HIV/AIDS.
  • Provide community support for HIV testing; health education and risk reduction counseling; prevention for people living with HIV that are culturally and linguistically appropriate.
  • Evaluate and monitor prevention programs for accuracy, completeness, and effectiveness.
  • Report outcomes on a yearly basis.
  • Provide consultant services in evaluation, community planning facilitation, and capacity building.
  • Counsel and refer the partners of all new HIV/AIDS cases, and help locate and post test counseling of new index cases.