- HIV/AIDS HOTLINE
- HIV/AIDS Resource Guide
- Provider Resources
- 800-882-AIDS (800-882-2437) toll-free within Vermont
Answered weekdays (except holidays), 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Vermont HIV/AIDS Resource Guide (pdf)
An easy to use guide to HIV/AIDS resources in Vermont, organized by county. The resource guide includes information about HIV prevention, counseling, testing, and referral programs, as well as services for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Poster: Eat right, Exercise, Get your HIV test
Encourage your patients to get more information:
Have them visit 11years.org or call 800-882-2437
HIV takes about 11 years to turn into AIDS. You could be completely symptom free during that time.
Sex with multiple partners or sharing needles puts you at risk for HIV.
Ask for your HIV test today.
- Guidelines for Universal HIV Counseling and Voluntary HIV Testing
These guidelines for health care providers were developed by the Health Department in consultation with a panel of Vermont leaders in obstetrics and HIV treatment.
- Summary and Reference Table
- Provider Flow Chart
- Display Poster: HIV Testing for Pregnant Women - 4 MB
Developed by the Health Department, this poster promotes testing among pregnant women and women considering pregnancy.
- HIV Testing in Healthcare Settings
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention HIV Testing Web site.