STI/HIV Client-Based Prevention Program
The Client Based Prevention Services program provides statewide follow-up to ensure persons infected with, or at high risk for, STD and HIV receive test results, treatment, risk-reduction counseling, referrals, partner notification services, and prevention case management for HIV infected/affected individuals. The program provides additional activities including public information, selected group level interventions, client satisfaction assessment and advocacy to improve services and referrals and decrease disease transmission and content expertise and preceptorships.
What It Does
Provides highly focused statewide outreach with STD and/or HIV infected and exposed persons, technical assistance, capacity building for and oversight of Partner notification (PN) services.
Whom the Program Serves
Office Phone Numbers:
To treat, control, and prevent the spread and complications of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) including HIV and other designated diseases that are transmitted sexually or through intravenous drug use.
CRS 25-4-1401 et seq (HIV/AIDS); CRS 25-4-4 et seq (STD); CRS 25-1-122 (Communicable diseases); CRS 25-1-107 (Communicable diseases); CRS 19-3-304 (Child abuse reporting by CDPHE). The full text of these statutes is available at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment regulations.
For other STD-related questions, you may call:
National STD & AIDS Hotlines: