About the HIV Prevention Program

HIV prevention services in Michigan are coordinated by the HIV Community Partnership & Prevention Unit, which is part of the HIV Care and Prevention Section. The Section, in turn, is part of the Division of HIV and STD Programs in the MDHHS Bureau of Local Health and Administrative Services.

The Unit focuses on HIV prevention activities, including: HIV testing for individuals; linking individuals who test positive for HIV to medical care; helping individuals remain HIV negative; working with partners who may be at risk for HIV; and offering training and certification to HIV test counselors throughout Michigan.

MDHHS HIV prevention activities are centered around decreasing the overall number of new HIV infections, working to suppress the overall viral load of communities at risk, and improving the lives of all Michigan residents.

What We Do, Who to Call

Our Partners Across Michigan