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Virginia Disease Prevention Hotline

The Virginia Disease Prevention Hotline provides toll-free lines to the Commonwealth of Virginia by trained counselors to answer questions and provide crisis intervention, referrals, and written educational materials regarding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), HIV/AIDS, and Viral Hepatitis. Reach a traineddph_fb hotline counselor toll free at 1-800-533-4148 or by email at  hiv-stdhotline@vdh.virginia.gov!

Hotline hours are Monday-Friday from 8 am until 5 pm.  The hotline is closed for Virginia State Holidays.

During hours the hotline is not personally answered, a recorded message refers callers to a 24-hour hotline:

AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Medication Eligibility Hotline

  • 1-855-362-0658
  • Fax 804-864-8050, Toll Free Fax 877-837-2853

Hotline hours are Monday & Wednesday 8 am until 6 pm, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 8 am until 5 pm.  The hotline is closed for Virginia State Holidays.

Questions or Comments?

Further program information and data reports can be viewed at:
HIV-AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) and Hepatitis Reports, or provided by the Virginia Division of Disease Prevention HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis Hotline at: 800-533-4148.

Division of Prevention Main number 804-864-7964
HIV Care Services 804-864-7964
HIV Prevention 804-864-7964
HIV Surveillance 804-864-7964
HIV Data and Statistics 804-864-7988
STD Data and Statistics 804-864-7295
HIV/STD Hotline 800-533-4148
Newcomer Health 804-864-7910
Sexually Transmitted Infections 804-864-7964
Viral Hepatitis 804-864-7992
Find us online:   Division of Disease Prevention VDH Clinical Community Twitter LinkedIn YouTube

Educational Materials

Upon request, the Hotline mails out informational pamphlets, brochures, and posters to groups, individuals, and organizations.  If you are interested in any of these materials, call the hotline or complete the HIV/STD Literature Request Form and fax it to (804) 864-8053.

VDH Resource and Referrals

The Division of Disease Prevention has used a previous printed guide to develop a user-friendly, web-based, searchable database for HIV and STD resources.  The database allows users to search for services and provides information about eligibility requirements, intake procedures, and documentation and/or fees associated with each service location.

The Virginia Resource and Referral Database can be accessed at http://bit.ly/vdhrrg2.  Feedback on the database, as well as corrections or omissions, should be submitted to Agapito Ruiz-Millan at agapito.ruiz-millan@vdh.virginia.gov.  For organizations wishing to be added to the database, please use this form.