Human Immunodeficiency Virus, known as HIV, is a virus that weakens a person's immune system by destroying important cells that fight disease or infection. While there is currently no cure for HIV, the virus can be controlled with the right treatment and medical care.
U=U, which stands for Undetectable = Untransmittable, is a worldwide campaign built on science that shows HIV cannot be passed through sex if the virus is undetectable. Sharing the message of U=U is a powerful tool for breaking down HIV stigma.
Learn about the Prevention Access Campaign and how U=U is changing the narrative around living and loving with HIV.
Information about HIV and resources for those with HIV
HIV weakens a person's immune system by destroying the cells that fight disease and infection.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis, called PrEP, helps people who may be exposed to HIV reduce their risk.
HIV Partner Services helps people with HIV notify those they may have exposed to the virus.
The Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) and Insurance Assistance Program help people with HIV get medicine and health insurance assistance.
Wisconsin HIV Program
The Wisconsin HIV Program oversees services related to HIV in the state of Wisconsin.
Program staff members are listed in our directory.
Information for Providers
The Wisconsin HIV Program section pays for community training for HIV care providers..
There are standard clinical guidelines on pre-exposure prophylaxis, called PrEP.
Agencies funded by the Wisconsin HIV Program can find resources they need for the services they provide.
There are HIV awareness events throughout the year.
State law requires certain HIV reporting, including case reports.
The CDC offers resources about HIV, including:
- Fact sheets.
- Slide sets.
HIV information and services in Wisconsin
CDC-INFO is the name of the CDC national information center that can help you find HIV-related services in Wisconsin. You can speak to a live agent on the phone. We have agents available in both English and Spanish.CDC-INFO is the name of the CDC national information center that can help you find HIV-related services in Wisconsin. You can speak to a live agent on the phone. We have agents available in both English and Spanish.
CDC-INFO phone number
TTY 888-232-6348 .
7 a.m.–7 p.m. Central Standard Time
CDC web advisory
This site may contain HIV prevention messages that some viewers may consider controversial.