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Resources for You

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CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention have developed Act Against AIDS and HIV prevention resources in a variety of formats including text, audio, and video. These resources are available for a variety of audiences and can help you to raise awareness in your community, encourage individuals to talk openly about HIV, reduce stigma and increase support for people living with HIV.

Campaign Materials

These campaign resources are part of the larger Act Against AIDS initiative and focus on various populations, including gay and bisexual men; racial and ethnic groups with a higher risk for HIV; health care providers; and the general public.


The videos in this section are all part of the larger Act Against AIDS Campaign. Feel free to use these resources in your own organization and in your online prevention efforts.

Content Syndication

Syndicated content allows you to add content about HIV to your own website without having to maintain or update it.

Fact Sheets and Infographics

Available for web and print use, fact sheets and infographics include information on of HIV prevention, care, and treatment among different populations.

Presentations and Slide Decks

CDC hosts HIV and AIDS slide sets for public use. While the content is in the public domain and no copyright restriction applies, we do ask that users preserve the slides in their current format and cite CDC as the source.

HIV Risk Reduction Tool (Beta)

The HIV Risk Reduction Tool is an interactive online application designed to communicate comprehensive and accurate information about HIV, HIV risk, and ways to prevent both acquisition and transmission.

HIV Testing Site Locators

CDC can provide partners with widgets to place on web pages that allow visitors to search for HIV testing sites by zip code.

KnowIt Text Message Testing Site Locator

Cell phone users can send a text message with their zip code to “KnowIt” (566948). Within seconds, they will receive a text message containing a HIV testing site near them.