HIV Prevention Programs
Provide prevention and treatment services to the community to minimize exposure, reduce the incidence of communicable disease, and assist in maintaining the health of those living with a communicable or preventable disease.
To ensure a minimum of preventable illness, disability, and premature death in Josephine County residents.
To reduce the incidence of HIV infection through HIV education, counseling/testing, and the provision of case management for HIV-positive residents of Josephine County.
OREGON AIDS/STD Hotline
Hotline in English: (800) 777-2437
Hotline in Spanish: (800) 499-6940
The Oregon AIDS/STD Hotline features:
1.) English/Spanish telephone referrals 6 days per week (toll free).
2.) Online chat support.
3.) A 'shopping cart' feature to save selected resources.
4.) Oregon specific resources relating to HIV/AIDS and STDs.
5.) Information updated twice yearly and/or as new information is provided.
Infectious disease reporting, investigation and control: OAR Chapter 333, Division 18 & 19; ORS 431.150, ORS 433.006, ORS 431.416(2)(a)
Public health measures and quarantine: ORS 431.106-135
Infection control requirements for occupational exposures to bloodborne pathogens: OAR 333-012-0300
Infection control training of staff per OSHA rules: OAR 333-012-0310
Ryan White/HIV: ORS 431.830, 430.150, 433.006; OAR 333-014-00050(2)(a), 333-019-0031