Alliance for Men’s Wellness
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Alliance for Men’s Wellness


The Alliance for Men’s Wellness aims to increase community understanding about the challenges that gay and bisexual men have in accessing health care and to actively engage gay and bisexual men in advocating for and improving their health and in HIV prevention.  One way we accomplish this is by sponsoring health fairs in different areas in our region.

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Oregon Reminders


This is a free service where you can set up customized  reminders via text, email and voice to remind you about important recurring healthy lifestyle choices such as regular HIV testing, daily medication reminders, prescription refill reminders, weekly health tips and life advice and more!  Oregon Reminders is a free, private and confidential (HIPAA compliant) health service.

To sign up for Oregon Reminders click here and visit their website.



HIV Alliance attends many events within the men who have sex with men, the trans*, and gender non-conforming communities. Our outreach efforts focus on events serving LGBTQ+ identified individuals, public sex environments, the college and university, and partnering with other organizations. Our Outreach Team is a visible presence within the community providing free, confidential information and resources in line with our harm reduction philosophy. We believe wholeheartedly that it is imperative for our community to have a resource to turn to, be it for safer sex practices and resources such as lube and condoms, asking questions about STIs and HIV, or seeking out resources and knowledge.

Online Outreach


HIV Alliance is here to inform and answer questions about HIV prevention, awareness, and testing. Additionally, our online outreach experts are available to answer questions and/or provide resources to information regarding STIs, safer sex practices, and general sexual health and wellness inquiries. We have a presence on sites that include: Adam4Adam, Craigslist, Growlr, Grindr, Scruff, and Manhunt. We are committed to meeting the community where they are, to provide the easiest access to information and services possible. If you know of an app or website whose users would benefit from our knowledge and resources, please contact the Outreach Coordinator.

Hosting an Event? Let us Know!


The HIV Alliance prevention outreach team is committed to representing gay/bisexual/pansexual men and transfolk in the community and ensuring equitable access to sexual health and wellness information and safer sex supplies. If you are hosting or know of an event happening in the community, please let us know! We would love to come and table, distribute safer sex supplies, or otherwise support your event. Please fill out the form below and we will make every effort to be in attendance!


National HIV Testing Day 2017


June 27 is National HIV Testing Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness around HIV testing and encouraging those around us to know their status. HIV Alliance will be partaking in several events to raise awareness for National HIV Testing Day. The dates and times listed below will not change, but be sure to check back as we will be adding more information as the events get closer!

Tuesday, June 27th, HIV Alliance will providing HIV Testing at the following locations:

  • Lane County STD Clinic from 1m-4pm (151 W 7th Ave #310, Eugene, OR 97401) –They also have walk-in STD testing available at that time
  • RiverStone Clinic from 10am-2pm (2073 Olympic St, Springfield, OR 97477) –Spanish speaker available
  • HIV Alliance Eugene from 5pm-7pm (1195a City View St Eugene, OR 97402) –Spanish speaker available
  • VA Roseburg, from 12pm-1pm there will be a presentation about HIV, and from 1pm-5pm there will be HIV testing. (913 NW Garden Valley Blvd, Roseburg, OR 97471)
  • HIV Alliance Roseburg from 11am-4pm (647 W Luellen Dr Suite #3, Roseburg OR 97471)

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