December 1st is World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is commemorated around the globe on December 1st.  It celebrates the progress made during the epidemic and brings into focus the remaining challenges. This year the local theme is “get REAL get CARE”.  Chicago’s World AIDS Day 2010 will focus on ending the epidemic with hopes to accelerate the response to HIV […]

World AIDS Day is commemorated around the globe on December 1st.  It celebrates the progress made during the epidemic and brings into focus the remaining challenges. This year the local theme is “get REAL get CARE”.  Chicago’s World AIDS Day 2010 will focus on ending the epidemic with hopes to accelerate the response to HIV and AIDS by preventing new infections and promoting communication on all levels to ensure individuals living with the virus will receive prompt, ongoing, and excellent care.

World AIDS DayThere are tons of events going on in Chicago to commemorate World AIDS Day. View the WORLD AIDS Day events calendar.

Increasing awareness of sexually transmitted infections (STI) including HIV is a key to stopping the spread STI. Everyone is encouraged to access one of our clinics for free condoms, free counseling, testing, and treatment.

CHICAGO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH STI CLINICS

For general CDPH information, please call 312-747-9884.

Roseland Clinic                                  200 E. 115th St.             312-747-2817

South Austin Clinic                           4958 W. Madison           312-746-4871

Uptown Clinic                                    845 W. Wilson               312-744-1935

Lakeview Clinic                                 2861 N. Clark                 312-744-5507

Englewood Clinic                               641 W. 63rd                  312-747-8900

West Town Clinic                              2418 W. Division           312-744-5464

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