condom, day.june.27th, Features, hiv, national, STI/STD Facts, testing, usa -


National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) was first observed on June 27, 1995. This day was established as an annual observance to promote HIV testing.

This is a particularly important time for YOU to get involved! Take the Test, Take Control.

national hiv testing3 day

national hiv testing2 day

Should you take the HIV test?

For many people, HIV testing is important because they want to know their HIV status (whether they are infected or not infected with HIV). If they find out that they have HIV they can take steps to remain healthy.

To make the decision to be tested, you need a clear understanding of what the test is and what the results mean. No matter what you decide, having safer sex and safer drug use will reduce the chances for putting yourself or someone else at risk for HIV infection. You can find out more by contacting Condom USA - in person or on the phone a trained Officer will be available on Fridays and Saturdays to answer all your questions.
*No Needles
*Result in approx-20 Mins

1 comment

  • Natasha

    , My class is winning. No one (at least that I know of) is envouis of the rich. In fact, I am one and I am not envouis of me or anyone else. Class warfare, when used by some rich people, is a euphemism for I don’t want to pay any more taxes. It is a canard created by Lobbyists, like Grover Norquist, to protect even wealthier industrialists and coupon clippers who only create jobs as a last resort and never in this country if it can be avoided. Those who rightly warn that growing wealth and income disparity is bad for democracy and the future health of the economy are rightly worried that our economic engines will eventually take to the streets with pitchforks and torches or storm the Bastile. Even the father of conservatism, Edmund Burke, himself, observed this and founded a movement as a result. Today, he is turning in his grave. Those, like Mitt Romney, who don’t seem at all self aware, can hardly call themselves conservative. Aristocratic, oligarchic, or plutocratic maybe, but not conservative. And Marie Antoinette was never considered to be the economic engine of 19th century France.

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published




Sold Out