About the HIV/STD Program
Vision: A healthy Tennessee
Mission: To prevent, control, and treat the spread of sexually transmitted diseases in Tennessee
This site provides practical information on many of the HIV, AIDS, and STD prevention and care activities in Tennessee. You can use this site to gather basic disease facts, information regarding counseling and testing, or infection statistics. In addition, this site provides information valuable to health care professionals including reporting, treatment, and legal information. If you need assistance, contact us at:
Tennessee Department of Health
4th Floor, Andrew Johnson Tower
710 James Robertson Pkwy
Nashville, TN 37243
Phone (615) 741-7500
Are You at Risk for an STD? Go to this confidential site to determine your risk.
Find a Testing Site Near You Type in your zip code for a HIV/STD testing site near you.
HIV Information Links:
- HIV 101 information
- HIV/HCV outbreak vulnerability
- Early Signs of HIV
- HIV Transmission Myths
- HIV Seroconversion Facts
- What is an Undetectable Viral Load?
STD Information Links:
- STD diseases and prevention
- STD Fact Sheet for Teens
- If you are infected with an STD, you should contact your partner in person, by phone, or if you wish to do so anonymously here is another option.
If you have questions about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV and AIDS, and you are a Tennessee resident, please call us toll-free:
State of Tennessee HIV/STD Hotline:
1-800-525-2437 (within Tennessee only)
Monday through Friday,
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CST
the CDC National STD Hotline: 1-800-227-8922