Testing Together

Testing Together is a new public health strategy that occurs when two or more persons who are in-or planning to be in-a sexual relationship receive HIV testing services together, including their results. This service facilitates communication and disclosure of HIV status, and supports high impact prevention, care and treatment goals by identifying high-risk couples who might need to be linked to medical care or pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), including discordant couples. This toolkit was designed to share information and resources to help HIV testing programs implement Testing Together, which is also referred to as Couples HIV Testing and Counseling.

The materials on this site are designed for HIV/AIDS prevention with persons at risk for acquiring or transmitting HIV. They are meant to be resources used by HIV prevention providers such as health departments and community-based organizations so as to provide the best evidence-based HIV prevention services. These materials are not meant for the general public. They are not meant for children. They are not school-based HIV prevention strategies.

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