HIV & STDs

I Can't Transmit HIV to Anyone

Goal: 
To raise awareness about the Undetectable=Untransmittable movement; and its impact in preventing the spread of HIV by motivating positive HIV individuals to adhere to their medication regimen to achieve an undetectable status

When You're Getting Some

Goal: 
To reduce syphilis prevalence through the promotion of condom use and routine testing (every three months) among men who have sex with men (MSM) at increased risk for acquiring syphilis, as well as improve knowledge of symptoms and treatment

HIV Stops With Me: EXPOSED

Goal: 
To prevent the spread of HIV by empowering HIV positive individuals

PrEP is For

Goal: 
To increase awareness of PrEP among young Latino men who have sex with men (MSM) and establish PrEP as a highly effective way to protect against HIV.
Language(s): 
English, Spanish
Results: 
After seeing this campaign 76% of respondents agreed that they would talk with their doctor about PrEP. 73% felt the campaign had personal meaning to them. Additionally during the campaign's run 24% of respondents began taking PrEP.
Results File: 

HIV Stops With Me: HARDCORE TREATMENT ADVOCATE

Goal: 
To prevent the spread of HIV by empowering HIV positive individuals

HIV Stops With Me: Treatment Changes Everything "EXPOSED"

Goal: 
To prevent the spread of HIV by empowering HIV positive individuals
Language(s): 
English

Love Your Brotha

Goal: 
To increase condom use among men who have sex with men (MSM) at ongoing and high risk for exposure to HIV and syphilis

Get Liberated

Goal: 
To promote Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) as an effective and safe HIV prevention method
Language(s): 
English and Spanish

Worst HIV Status: UNKNOWN

Goal: 
To encourage people living in New York State to get tested for HIV
Language(s): 
English and Spanish

Our Sexual Revolution

Goal: 
To increase awareness of PrEP ((Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) as a safe and effective HIV prevention strategy
Language(s): 
English and Spanish
Results: 
As a result of seeing this campaign 76% of respondents indicated they were likely to seek more information about PrEP, 71% would talk to their partner about PrEP, 76% would talk with their doctor about PrEP, and 12% would start taking PrEP.
Syndicate content