Social Media Toolkit: March 2020

Let's Stop HIV Together

Looking for content to promote HIV prevention, testing, treatment, and anti-stigma messaging to your social media audiences? We’ve got you covered!

Our Let’s Stop HIV Together Social Media Toolkits contain sample images and text that you can use on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Scroll down to browse some of our recent posts.

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HIV Treatment Content

Image displays a man pouring the contents of a pill bottle into the palm of his hand.

#HIVTreatmentWorks to help sexual partners too. When you are undetectable, there is effectively no risk of transmitting #HIV to a partner through sex. Learn more by visiting: https://bit.ly/2vLnMJy external icon #TalkUndetectable #StopHIVTogether

Image displays animation of three figures exercising, along with the following text: TAKE CARE OF YOUR OVERALL HEALTH.

#HIVTreatmentWorks best when combined with a healthy diet and physical activity. Taking care of your overall health can help you live well with #HIV and improve your well-being. Learn more by visiting: https://bit.ly/3bMJ2PR external icon#StopHIVTogether

Image displays animation of a pill container with four compartments (three closed and one opened to reveal the medication it contains).

#HIVTreatmentWorks best when taken daily as prescribed. But even people who have been on treatment for a long time can sometimes get off track. Get the facts and get back on track today to live well. Learn more by visiting: https://bit.ly/2P4dr29 external icon#StopHIVTogether

Prevention (Gay and Bisexual Male Content)

Image displays a man happily smiling while standing outside.

The only way to know for sure whether you have #HIV is to get tested. Once you know your status, share it with your partner. Communicating about your #HIV status can help you make the best decisions for your overall health. Find a location near you: https://bit.ly/2HCfmqS external icon#StartTalkingHIV #DoingItTogether #StopHIVTogether

Image displays animation of a condom, a blue pill labeled “PrEP,” a swab device labeled “HIV TEST,” and a pill bottle labeled “HIV MEDS.”

Are you thinking about starting #PrEP? Or looking for an #HIVtesting site? Visit cdc.gov/StartTalking and use the locator tool to find HIV prevention services near you! #StartTalkingHIV #StopHIVTogether

Image displays a cell phone screen that depicts a text conversation between two individuals disclosing their HIS status to each other (one positive and undetectable; the other negative and on PrEP).

When the conversation about #HIV is open, honest, and kind, everyone wins. To learn conversation starters, visit: https://bit.ly/2SSmaWoexternal icon #TalkUndetectable #StartTalkingPrEP #StopHIVTogether

HIV Stigma Content

Image displays a man and woman laughing and smiling at each other while walking in the woods.

Friends don’t let friends perpetuate #HIVstigma. If you have a friend with #HIV, offer support by learning the facts and discovering ways to #StopHIVStigma. Learn more by visiting: https://bit.ly/2P55FW5 external icon #StopHIVTogether

Image displays animation of two women in a friendly embrace, with a text bubble above one woman that reads, “How are you doing?”

#DYK that you can help end harmful stress for people with #HIV simply by being supportive, and letting people living with HIV know they are not alone? To learn more, visit: cdc.gov/StopHIVStigma #StopHIVStigma #StopHIVTogether

Image displays portrait headshots of a diverse group of people.

Stigma, fear, and discrimination can be barriers to #HIV testing and treatment. It is time for this to change! Visit cdc.gov/StopHIVStigma to see how you can help make a difference. #StopHIVStigma #StopHIVTogether

HIV Testing Content

Image displays two women sitting at a table engaged in a friendly conversation.

You don’t have to do it alone! Invite a friend to go get tested for #HIV today and find out your status together! Find a location near you: https://bit.ly/2P4kAz external icon#DoingItTogether #StopHIVTogether

Image displays animation of two thoughts bubbles (one that reads, “What if my HIV test is positive?” and another that reads, “You can still live a healthy life. Talk to your provider about starting HIV treatment right away.”).

Getting tested can help us start conversations about #HIV and allows us to make informed decisions about our health. Visit cdc.gov/DoingIt to find a testing site and learn your status. #DoingItTogether #StopHIVTogether

Image displays animation of a clock, along with the following text: WINDOW PERIOD The time between when a person gets HIV and when a test can accurately detect it is called the window period. The window period varies from person to person and depends on the type of HIV test. No HIV test can detect HIV immediately after infection.

Each type of HIV test has a “window period” that varies from person to person and depends on the type of test. Talk to your provider to determine the best test for you. #DoingIt #StopHIVTogether

Ready, Set, PrEP

Image displays couple holding hands.

We’re fighting to end HIV in the United States and the new #ReadySetPrEP program from @HHSgov will help by providing PrEP medications at no cost to thousands of people. See if you qualify: GetYourPrEP.comexternal icon

Image displays women smiling with her arms crossed - READY, SET, PrEP

You have the power to #PreventHIV with just 1 pill daily. The new #ReadySetPrEP program from @HHSgov provides #PrEP medications at no cost. See if you qualify: GetYourPrEP.comexternal icon