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STD/HIV clinics
Programs for men who have sex with men
Harm reduction

 
Northeast Indiana HIV Prevention Program
Program name: Northeast Indiana HIV Prevention Program
Population served: HIV/STD clients
Eligibility: HIV/STD clients
Region served: Northeast Indiana counties
Funding: Federal, state, and local governments
Program started: May 2000
Number of clients: 6,000 annually
Contact: Kathy Thornson
Fort Wayne/Allen County Health Department
1 E. Main
One E. Main, Room 505
Fort Wayne, IN 46802-1810
Phone: (260) 449-3021
Fax: (260) 449-3507
Email: kathy.thornson@co.allen.in.us
Website: www.fw-ac-deptofhealth.com (click on HIV/STD Prevention tab)
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Description:
Hepatitis A and B immunization and hepatitis C counseling and testing are offered at the STD clinic (open 5 days/week) and at all the HIV counseling and testing outreach sites. All patients with no prior history of infection or vaccination against hepatitis B are offered hepatitis B immunization. MSM, IDUs, and chronic carriers of hepatitis B and C are offered hepatitis A or Twinrix immunization. At-risk clients are tested for hepatitis C.

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