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Right now,

6,500 people
in North Carolina

don’t know they are

HIV positive.

Triad Health Project, Guilford County’s HIV/AIDS service and support organization for nearly 30 years, offers free and confidential testing for HIV and other STDs.

Simply stop by our office at 801 Summit Avenue, Greensboro, North Carolina on any Monday, 5pm-7pm.

We also offer HIV rapid antibody testing by appointment at our Greensboro office (above) or our High Point office, located at 620 English Road.

Even if you are not interested in testing services at this time, our staff is available to answer any questions you have. Call us at 336.275.1654 Monday through Friday from 8:30am – 5:00pm.

When you know your status, you are in control. If you are HIV positive, today’s treatments can suppress HIV and prevent you from developing AIDS. You can protect yourself and the people you love. You can lead a full and rewarding life. When you don’t know you’re HIV positive, or when you’re not in care, the disease is in control, and you are living on its terms.

All HIV/STD testing services are free and confidential. Results will be given to you directly, in person, in private consultation with a health educator.

Join us on Thursday, November 12, 2015, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., at Washington Terrace Park, 101 Gordon Street, High Point, for a cookout and the opportunity to take a quick and simple HIV/STD test, plus a private consult with a health educator. This event is open to the entire community.

As THP approaches its 30th anniversary in 2016, new HIV infections continue to occur.
We can see the day when there are no more new HIV infections in Guilford County.
We can make sure that no one tests positive ever again.

Our work is far from over. And we can't do it alone. We must reignite the conversation with family, friends, and our community. It will take common sense, knowledge, consideration, and engagement. It will take all of us, standing together, for as long as it takes.
We can reach Zero. Join Us. Be One 4 Zero.