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HIV, STDs and Viral Hepatitis in Michigan

Welcome. Our site contains a wealth of information about the State of Michigan's activities related to the prevention, control and surveillance of three major public health concerns:  the human immunodeficiency virus (commonly called HIV), sexually transmitted diseases (also known as STDs), and viral hepatitis (types A, B and C).

I will survive HIV

One of our most popular tools is I Will Survive HIV, a free, Web-based application offered by the State of Michigan. You can use it to find:

  • free, confidential HIV testing sites in Michigan;
  • medical and non-medical case managers who are experts on local HIV services and can help you find solutions;
  • medical clinics in the state that treat HIV patients, even if they don't have healthcare coverage; and
  • resources that can help qualified patients pay for HIV medications.


Go to the HIV Care section of our website for resources related to managing and reporting HIV care services in Michigan.

 This portion of our site will be of special interest to Ryan White Program case managers.

HIV Prevention

CDC One Conversation at a Time Campaign web banner. Image of a middle aged Latina and a speech bubble with a message about the importance of having HIV conversations

The HIV Prevention section of our website includes HIV educational resources, as well as information about finding HIV testing and counseling services and reporting HIV test results. Click the following links to get started.


HIV Surveillance and Epidemiology

The HIV Surveillance and Epidemiology section of our website includes resources related to HIV case reporting and tracking and monitoring the spread of HIV within Michigan.

 This portion of our site will be of special interest to:  local health department staff; doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers; pharmacists; public policymakers; HIV community stakeholders; and others interested in reporting and monitoring HIV cases within our state.


Go to the Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) section of our website for information, statistics and resources related to STDs in Michigan. Topics include Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Chlamydia, and Hepatitis B.

 This portion of our site will be of special interest to:  Michigan residents; local health department staff; doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers; and others interested in preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.


VIRAL HEPATITIS. ARE YOU AT RISK? Take this online assessment to see if you're at risk. http://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/riskassessment/

Go to the Viral Hepatitis section of our website for information, statistics and resources related to Hepatitis A, B and C in Michigan.

 This portion of our site will be of special interest to:  Michigan residents; local health department staff; doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers; and others interested in preventing the spread of Hepatitis A, B and C.


Go to the Laboratory Reporting section of our website for information about the legal requirements for reporting HIV test results, the current list of reportable diseases in Michigan, and information about working with the MDCH Bureau of Laboratories.

 This portion of our site will be of special interest to clinical laboratories.


Go to the Data Security and Confidentiality section of our website for MDCH guidance, policy and training resources related to protecting HIV/AIDS clients' confidentiality and medical records.

 This portion of our site will be of special interest to:  Michigan residents; local health department staff; doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers; community-based organizations; and clinical laboratories.


Go to the Additional Resources section of our website for more resources related to HIV, STDs and Viral Hepatitis, as well as public health in general.

 This portion of our site will be of special interest to:  Michigan residents; local health department staff; doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers; community-based organizations; and clinical laboratories.







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