CA STD Website Resources:
Search more than 1,200 organizations providing STD and HIV/AIDS services in California, just go to AIDSHotline.org. Call the California HIV/AIDS Hotline at 800/367-AIDS (English/Spanish). TDD: 888/225-AIDS.
This project of the New Mexico AIDS Education and Training Center was designed to make information on HIV/AIDS services and treatments easily accessible in both English and Spanish and has become an international resource for information on HIV/AIDS.
Treatment news, medication information, community forums, HIV blogs, and more can be found at this site founded and operated by people with HIV. In English: www.aidsmeds.comEn Español: www.aidsmeds.com/espanol
The website of the Black AIDS institute, the first Black HIV/AIDS policy center dedicated to reducing HIV/AIDS health disparities by mobilizing Black institutions and individuals in efforts to confront the epidemic in their communities.
A comprehensive HIV/AIDS resource, with information on over 550 topic areas.
A blog where you can find the newest, most essential LGBT health and wellness information.
GLMA works to ensure equality in health care for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals and health care professionals. The site includes a searchable health care provider referral database.
An HIV prevention campaign for HIV positive men, women and transgenders in Los Angeles, Long Beach, and San Francisco, as well as other sites throughout the US. The campaign was created to promote strategies that support HIV positive men, women and transgenders in their efforts to be leaders in HIV prevention.
Ready to test for STDs? Use this site to find out where to get free or low-cost testing in your area in California. If your test is positive, you can also use this site to tell your partners (anonymously) so they can get treated, too.
Use this searchable online directory to find an LGBT center or other service organization in your area.
A monthly magazine that covers the impact of HIV and AIDS's on life, politics, culture and society. Website also includes POZ Personals, treatment info, news, and more.
A resource created by gay men for gay men that includes sex advice, STD and hepatitis information, as well as advice on chat room etiquette.