Ending the HIV Epidemic: A plan for Prince George’s County

Ending The HIV Epidemic

Explore Our Role in Ending the HIV Epidemic

Prince George’s County is part of a bold national initiative to end the HIV epidemic in America. The goal is to reduce new infections by 75 percent in five years and at least 90 percent over the next decade.

Working with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Prince George’s County will accelerate progress in eliminating new HIV infections by securing additional funding, expertise, technology, and other resources to the county and 47 other targeted jurisdictions nationwide.

Prince George’s County government, its residents, and its community partners are ready to harness this unique opportunity and this important moment in history to take control of a disease that’s profoundly impacted too many of our communities and taken the lives of too many of our loved ones for decades. The county is proud to be a part of global history by playing a leading role in eliminating the HIV epidemic.

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HIV/AIDS Program (HAP)

Providing comprehensive, HIV medical care to those persons living with HIV/AIDS disease who are uninsured or under-insured.


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Planned Strategies

The efforts will focus on five key strategies that together can end the HIV epidemic in Prince George's County: Diagnose, Treat, Protect, Respond and HIV HealthForce.


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Fact-sheets, reports, infographics, videos, and service locators are available to help you learn about HIV prevention and awareness.


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Upcoming Awareness Days

Learn about HIV/AIDS Awareness Days and download Event Planning Guides and Awareness Day Calendar Cards.



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Ending the HIV Epidemic