Welcome to the Office of AIDS (OA). OA is a division within the California Department of Public Health, Center for Infectious Diseases.
OA works collaboratively with state and federal agencies, local health jurisdictions, universities, and community-based organizations to ensure that efforts to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic are targeted and effective.
California Department of Public Health
Office of AIDS • Sexually Transmitted Diseases • Hepatitis C
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2019 Report to the Legislature—HIV Testing in
Hospital Emergency Departments: Findings and Recommendations (Assembly Bill No.
The Health Consumer Alliance is an independent consumer assistance program which helps individuals and families get the health care services they need, and provides free legal services to all consumers, in all languages, regardless of income level.
Expanded Syphilis Screening Recommendations for the Prevention of Congenital Syphilis Guidelines for the California Medical Providers 2020 (PDF)
Dear Colleague Letter - Increasing Disseminated Gonococcal Infection (DGI) (PDF)
Influenza (flu) vaccine information for people living with HIV (PDF)
HIV Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U) Fact Sheet (PDF)
Indetectable = Intransmisible (I=I) (Spanish) (PDF)
Quick Clinical Guide for HIV PrEP (PDF)
PrEP 2-1-1 (PDF)
Extragenital Screening Recommendation (PDF)
You can help make the Office of AIDS better by sharing your ideas for improving stakeholder experiences, reporting any issues, or simply asking questions of our Branch teams. Use one of the three options below to share your question, suggestion, or concern.
By clicking on the "ask it" button above, you'll have the ability to ask a question of any of our Branch teams in the Office of AIDS - and you'll get a response within five to seven business days. Note: If your question is not directed to a specific Branch, your question will be triaged to the most appropriate Branch team to be answered.
By clicking on the "fix it" button above, you'll be able to report any items on this webpage or in the Office of AIDS that need to be fixed or corrected. While the resolution time will depend on the issue, in general, this channel is suitable for small problems that require prompt attention.
By clicking on the "suggest it" button above, you'll have the ability to provide feedback or ideas to help improve the Office of AIDS to positively affect the way we work together with stakeholders in providing services to Californians. Please note that every idea - no matter how big or small - will be reviewed. Individuals are encouraged to contribute suggestions often, and while every idea will be considered, it is important to know that it may not be possible to implement every suggestion.
Office of AIDS
Center for Infectious Diseases
MS 7700 P.O. Box 997426
Sacramento, CA 95899-7426