A hub for healthcare professionals to access our T.E.S.T. CT HIV campaign materials to share with Connecticut residents. HIV is preventable and treatable, and remains a stigmatized virus. With routine HIV testing legislation having passed in CT, all primary healthcare providers will be required to offer this testing to all patients between 13 and 64 years of age every year beginning in January of 2023. Click through to download social posts, banner ads, and videos that will help get this important information out, statewide.
The #RequestFreeHIVTestCT Campaign was developed in 2020 and is a conversation-focused campaign geared toward black men and women in an effort to promote At-Home HIV Testing. This campaign features content for both social media and printed dissemination. The printed versions contain a QR code which directs the client to tinyurl.com/RequestFreeHIVTestCT.
#WhatsYourStoryCT campaign is a story-telling themed campaign highlighting 25 various lived experiences expressed through a vibrant, eye-catching experience. The individual experiences are matched between the character’s face and their conjoined experience slide. Each post is made up of two slides. This colorful campaign was designed for Instagram. A printed, poster version of the campaign can be requested, for free, from the Community Distribution Center. The poster version highlights 9 specific stories, which are hidden under the person’s face card.
The 69 Things to Do Before You Do It is a checklist of 69 fun activities to be done throughout the year in Connecticut. This brochure was created in an effort to recognize that the gay hook-up scene may not be for everyone. Instead, we compiled a variety of fun, social, and intimate discussions and experiences for those looking for more from their partners.
Connecticut’s Trans-tastic Treasure Map is a resource guide for the Transgender Community throughout Connecticut. This all inclusive trans-focused brochure promotes resources, community centers, educational information, and more. If anyone identifies or works within the Transgender Community, this brochure is for you.
The CT DPH and Positive Prevention CT created two U=U ads that were designed for print. These can be used for flyers in the office. More U=U ads and creative content will be released in early 2022.
We Get It
The We Get It Campaign was developed in 2018 to bring awareness to the public who partake in activities that increase their chances of contracting HIV and letting them know We Get It, from a judgement-free place.
Hepatitis C is a contagious liver disease caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV). The HCV campaign offers information and resources to prevent, test for, and treat this virus, including links to testing centers statewide. Test. Treat. Cure.
While abstaining from drug use is ideal, those who do use can take steps to reduce potentially harmful side effects, including never using alone and keeping Narcan® on-hand. The Harm Reduction campaign offers harm reduction methods and resources to people who use drugs in Connecticut.