The mission of the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control, in collaboration with community partners, is to reduce the incidence of HIV infections, to increase life expectancy for those infected, and to improve the quality of life for persons living with or affected by HIV. The charge of the Division is to:
- monitor the epidemic
- improve public understanding of HIV
- prevent or reduce behaviors that transmit HIV
- increase individual knowledge of HIV serostatus
- strengthen systems for referral to appropriate prevention and treatment services
Alabama AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Satisfaction Survey
The ADAP Satisfaction Survey is designed to help improve ADAP medication services. The survey should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete, and answers and comments will remain anonymous. Take the survey.
HIV/AIDS Integrated Epidemiological Profile
Information about the current HIV/AIDS epidemic is provided in the HIV Integrated Epidemiological Profile, 2011. This profile describes the socio-demographic and geographic characteristics of people living with HIV/AIDS and at risk for HIV infection in Alabama. The profile is also a resource for guiding prevention interventions and service delivery efforts within Alabama.
HIV and Pregnancy
The Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control collaborates with Alabama's medical providers to reduce the incidence of perinatal HIV infection. Visit HIV and Pregnancy for more information.
STD/HIV REPORT Card
Physicians, dentists, nurses, medical examiners, hospital administrators, nursing home administrators, lab directors, school principals, and day care directors are responsible for reporting Notifiable Diseases in Alabama. The Alabama Notifiable Diseases Rules, Chapter 420-4-1, specifies the diseases and conditions requiring notification, and the time frame and methods for notification. To report a case of HIV (including symptomatic infection, AIDS, CD4 counts and viral load), please use the STD/HIV REPORT Card.
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