The Wisconsin HIV Program is the lead agency in Wisconsin government responsible for coordinating the state’s public health response to the HIV epidemic.
Scientific studies confirm that people living with HIV who have undetectable levels of HIV in their body don't transmit HIV to their sex partners. These findings reinforce the importance of staying in medical care to keep HIV undetectable.
For people at risk of HIV, testing is the only way to know if you have HIV. For those who test positive, early and ongoing treatment can help achieve undetectable levels of HIV and pave the way for a healthy and full life.
Feeling shame or fear about HIV can go away—it’s now about science, not stigma. Know more.
The statewide plan for HIV prevention and care services in Wisconsin
- One page summary of the Plan, P-01631
- Ten page overview of the Plan, P-01582a
- 2019 Progress Report, P-02474
Website of statewide HIV community planning and training of HIV prevention and care service providers funded by the Wisconsin HIV Program
Technical information for agencies funded by the HIV Program
Looking for HIV information or services in Wisconsin?
CDC-INFO is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) national information center that can locate HIV-related services in Wisconsin. CDC-INFO offers live agents by phone to help find the latest, reliable, and science-based health information.
7 a.m.–7 p.m. Central Time
in English or Spanish
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Web Advisory
This site may contain HIV prevention messages that some viewers may consider controversial.