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HIV / AIDS Program

 
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About Our Program

The HIV/AIDS Program provides intervention and prevention services for Area 12 which includes both Volusia and Flagler Counties. Program staff works cooperatively with local providers, community service agencies, and area colleges to reach as many at risk individuals as possible.  



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The HIV/AIDS Program is an extensive program that incorporates multiple areas of HIV/AIDS. Some of our services include the following:

  • Provide prevention services to the community including condom distribution, community presentations and trainings.

  • Administer HIV testing to Volusia and Flagler Counties.

  • Link clients to care and health services.

  • Collaborate with community businesses, organizations, and members to maximize services provided.

  • Surveillance and data collection.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions
Questions Answers
Where can I get free condoms? All Volusia County Health Department clinic locations have free condoms available to the public.
I am HIV positive and need services. Who can I contact about this? (or any other questions about care/meds/services, etc.) Call 386-274-0634.
What is the difference between a rapid-HIV test and traditional HIV test? The major difference between a rapid-HIV test and traditional HIV tests is the amount of time it takes for the results to be available. A rapid HIV test can take as little as 20 minutes for results while a traditional HIV test can take up to 4 weeks for results.
Are rapid-HIV tests available at all Volusia County Health Department clinic locations? Only the Daytona Beach location offers rapid-HIV tests. Other community partners, including Outreach Community Care Network offer rapid-HIV tests.
What is the cost for an HIV test? The price for a traditional HIV test is $20 (cost subject to change) and the rapid-HIV test costs $20 (cost subject to change).
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Page last updated: 12/30/13