DC has reached the next phase in our plan to end the HIV epidemic.

YOUR IDEAS MADE IT WHAT IT IS TODAY.
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What's New

WHERE WE ARE

DC Health encourages people to use the information and ideas on this site to start and continue conversations with their communities about their health, their concerns, and their lives.

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COMING SOON

Stay tuned for announcements about more community engagement events in the new year.

OUR VISION: Ending the HIV epidemic and supporting the best, most equitable health outcomes for all communities in DC.

Our Mission:

By providing prevention and treatment services that are safe for people to access, supported by current science and data, and responsive to the well-being and needs of communities and individuals, we will end the HIV epidemic.

Our GOALS:

By 2030, DC will have fewer than

130

new HIV diagnoses each year.

See Our Progress

How we will reach our goals:

95%

of HIV-positive District residents know their status.

95%

of District residents diagnosed with HIV are in treatment.

95%

of District residents living with HIV who are in treatment reach viral load suppression.

Over 13,000

District residents using PrEP to prevent HIV.

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