Protect Yourself, Protect Your Community


An HIV diagnosis doesn’t have to stop you from living a long and healthy life. With the proper treatment and care, you can live as long as someone who doesn’t have HIV.


The best way to fight HIV is to know your status. AIDS Outreach offers free rapid HIV and Syphilis testing to anyone in Gallatin, Park and Madison Counties.


For those who are HIV+, treatment should begin as soon as possible. We’ll help connect you with a healthcare provider, assist you in finding financial resources, and offer an emotional support system for you and your family or caregiver.


You don’t have to manage HIV on your own, we’re here for you.


To schedule a test, call 406.451.5718

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The only way to know if you have HIV is to be tested. While it’s recommended that everyone be tested at least once in their life. However, if you are at risk, testing at frequent intervals is recommended.

Risk factors of HIV:

  • Having unprotected sex with a partner whose HIV status you do not know, or are unsure of
  • Having more than one sexual partner
  • Received blood or blood products before 1985
  • Used Intravenous drugs or shared needles with others
  • Had sex with someone who shoots drugs and shares needles with others
  • Shared needles for tattooing or body piercing
  • Are sexually active
  • Have a new partner

Assess your own personal risk for HIV by following this link to access the CDC’s HIV Risk Reduction Tool. You can adjust and vary the factors so that they’re specific to your own personal behaviors and circumstances.

Let’s stop HIV together!