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Welcome to HIV Alliance’s Know Your Status Page

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Everyone has an HIV status. Know yours?

Take our HIV Risk Assessment Quiz!

Since 2014, Lane County has seen a steady increase in new HIV infections, and research shows that HIV spreads most quickly when people are not testing. For example, the CDC estimates that if everyone knew their HIV status, the spread of the disease would drop by 96%.

 Testing is the most effective HIV prevention tool because it allows us to

1) Find new HIV infections,

2) Connect newly diagnosed individuals to care and medication, reducing the virus’s ability to duplicate and spread, and

3) Identify and investigate social networks where the disease is most likely to infect others

What does it mean to be “at-risk” for HIV? 

Take our HIV Risk Assessment Quiz and see what kind of behaviors put you at risk, and the steps that are recommended for you (5 minutes or less). The quiz is 100% anonymous

During the KNOW YOURS campaign testing is FREE for all, on any day, with a $25 suggested donation, if feasible.

The HIV Alliance generally offers FREE testing for those considered “at-risk” during all testing times. Mondays are FREE as well for those not considered at-risk. For more information about “high-risk” please visit Testing Information.

HIV Testing Locations

  • Eugene (1195A City View St)
  • Roseburg (647 W. Luellen Dr, Suite 103)

HIV Testing Times

Day Eugene HIV Testing Roseburg HIV Testing
Monday 5-7pm @HIVA 11am – 3:30 pm
Tuesday 5-7pm @HIVA 11am – 3:30 pm
Wednesday No testing 11am – 3:30 pm
Thursday 6pm-8pm @HIVA No testing
Friday 1pm-5pm @HIVA 11am – 2:30 pm

HIV Testing in the Community 

  • Wayward Lamb – 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 5pm – 7pm
  • We/Us/Ours NEX 5-8pm last Wednesday of every month

What if I can’t make it to one of your testing sites?  

If you cannot make it to one of our testing sites due to living in a rural region, we can mail you a at-home testing kit at absolutely no cost to you. Mail-order testing available for those living in the following Oregon counties: Lane, Douglas, Josephine, Jackson, Coos, Curry, Marion, Lincoln, Clatsop, Klamath, and Lake. You can request a mail-order test by calling us at 541.342.5088.

OK, I got tested.  Now what?

Your sexual health, like dental, mental or physical health, needs regular check-ups, and this includes taking steps to reduce your risk of HIV. Here are other ways you can reduce your risk:

STI Testing

HIV Alliance offers STI/STD Testing on Fridays from 2-4pm at the Eugene HIV Alliance for those with Oregon Health Plan (OHP).

We can test for:

  • Gonorrhea
  • Chlamydia
  • Syphilis

Please see our Testing page for more information.

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