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After You Test Positive
Project Inform's Introductory Packet. Starting place for people newly diagnosed with HIV. Features articles and fact sheets on treatment strategies, doctor/patient relationships, and more. Also available in Spanish
Project Inform also offers information on Treatment and Care and What You Should Know About When to Start and What Meds to Use
Just Diagnosed with HIV?
The Body's starting place for people newly diagnosed with HIV. Articles on understanding HIV, choosing and working with a physician, first steps to treatment, telling others.
Support Groups
Connecting to Others (The Body)
Hotlines
CDC-INFO (formerly the CDC National AIDS Hotline)
Offers anonymous, confidential HIV/AIDS information. Trained staff answer questions about HIV infection and AIDS in English and Spanish and provide TTY service for the deaf. English, Spanish: 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636), 8A to 8P Monday through Friday, Eastern Standard Time (EST). TTY: 1-800-232-6348.