Get Tested

Rapid HIV testing is available throughout New Jersey at publicly funded HIV counseling and testing sites. Most sites offer rapid HIV counseling and testing free of charge.

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Free Medications

The AIDS Drug Distribution Program provides life-sustaining and life-prolonging medications to low income individuals with no other source of payment for these drugs.

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The Division compiles statistical data on the number of persons living with HIV/AIDS in the various counties and municipalities of New Jersey.

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Get Help With Insurance

The New Jersey Health Insurance Continuation Program (HICP) is a special program for New Jersey residents with HIV or AIDS. This program allows you to keep your health insurance when you can no longer work or when you can only work part time.

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Home Care

The HIV Home Care Program is designed to enable eligible individuals living with HIV/AIDS to remain in the community, or return to the community, as an alternative to extended hospital stays or institutionalization in a nursing home or rehabilitation facility.

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Education & Training

The Division facilitates a variety of HIV-related education and training resources across the state.

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Last Reviewed: 2/10/2017