Ending the HIV Epidemic in the US Partner and Grantee Resources

At a glance

The information, tools, and resources on this page can be used to deliver high-impact HIV prevention strategies in communities across the nation.


EHE’s four pillars use behavioral, biomedical, and structural interventions, public health strategies, and social marketing campaigns to improve outcomes for people with HIV. These interventions are shown to improve outcomes for people with HIV and people who can benefit from HIV prevention.


Below are CDC resources to help health departments, community-based organizations (CBOs), and healthcare organizations implement HIV interventions in their communities. For more information on EBIs and EIs, see CDC's Compendium of Evidence-Based Interventions and Best Practices for HIV Prevention.

Diagnose pillar:

Implementation Resources

Getting Tested for HIV

HIV Testing Guidelines

Get Tested: Find free, fast, and confidential testing near you

Let's Stop HIV Together Testing Resources

Clinical Testing Guidance for HIV

Treat pillar:

Implementation Resources

Living with HIV

HIV Treatment and Care Guidelines

HIV Treatment as Prevention

Let's Stop HIV Together Treatment Resources

Clinical Care of HIV

Prevent pillar:

Implementation Resources

Preventing HIV

HIV Prevention Guidelines

Preventing HIV with PrEP

Preventing HIV with PEP

Effectiveness of Prevention Strategies

Syringe Services Programs (SSPs)

National Clinician Consultation Center PrEPline

Let's Stop HIV Together Prevention Resources

Clinical Guidance for PrEP

Clinical Guidance for PEP

Respond pillar:

Implementation Resources

HIV Cluster Detection and Response (CDR) Overview

Additional cross-pillar resources:

Compendium of Evidence-Based Interventions and Best Practices

Resources and Tools for Public Health Partners

Other resources

A to Z Interventions and Strategies: A comprehensive list of HIV interventions and strategies, maintained by CDC.

Capacity Building Assistance Resources: CDC-developed resources for supporting the HIV prevention workforce through training, technical assistance, and other methods.

CDC TRAIN: Provides access to the Public Health Foundation's free TRAIN Learning Network, a comprehensive catalog of public health trainings.

CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN): An information and resource platform for CDC's partners working in HIV, viral hepatitis, STDs, TB, and adolescent and school health.

National HIV Classroom Learning Center (NHCLC):Provides training and resources to help health care agencies reduce HIV by implementing EBIs supported by CDC.


CDC provides resources to educate key audiences about the latest and most effective ways to provide HIV prevention and care.

Current toolkits include:

Let's Stop HIV Together Social Media Toolkits: A one-stop shop for social media content on HIV prevention, testing, treatment, and anti-stigma messaging.

STEPS to Care: Provider-focused resources and materials supporting initial and ongoing client engagement in HIV care and treatment.

Providing HIV Prevention Services to Transgender Women of Color: A technical assistance guide for providing HIV prevention services for transgender women of color.

Latest US HIV Data

CDC's National HIV Surveillance System is the primary source for monitoring HIV trends in the United States. CDC funds and supports state and local health departments to collect local HIV data. Health departments report de-identified data to CDC so that information from around the country can be analyzed. This information enables CDC to direct HIV prevention funding to the communities that need it.

General Information

By Group

Visit AHEAD for data on progress toward EHE goals.

HIV Prevention Funding Opportunities

CDC provides funding to a variety of HIV prevention partners through EHE and through its flagship funding opportunities. These funds are granted to state and local health departments, CBOs, and other organizations across the United States.

CDC's Division of STD Prevention (DSTDP) supports EHE through funding opportunities PS 24-0003 and PS 23-0011. Learn more about DSTDP funding opportunities.

Read stories about how local heroes are using EHE resources to deliver HIV prevention and care to communities who could benefit here.

Get the latest information on CDC's upcoming HIV community engagement activities and events.

Visit CDC's Dear Colleague Letter archive for thoughts and updates from CDC leadership on major HIV announcements, events, and developments.