The HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA) is the core District government agency to prevent HIV/AIDS, STDs, Tuberculosis and Hepatitis, reduce transmission of the diseases and provide care and treatment to persons with the diseases. HAHSTA partners with health and community-based organizations to offer testing and counseling, prevention education and intervention, free condoms, medical support, free medication and insurance, housing, nutrition, personal care, emergency services, and direct services at its STD and TB Clinics and more for residents of the District and the metropolitan region. HAHSTA administers the District’s budget for HIV/AIDS, STD, Tuberculosis, and Hepatitis programs, provides grants to service providers, monitors programs, and tracks the incidence of HIV, AIDS, STDs, Tuberculosis, and Hepatitis in the District of Columbia.
Condoms, AIDS Drug Assitance Program (ADAP), HIV Services
Needle Exchange Services (NEX)
The New DC Health and Wellness Clinic
DC Chest Clinic
90/90/90/50 Plan: Ending the HIV Epidemic in the District by 2020
Mayor Muriel Bowser's Plan to end the HIV epidemic in DC
HAHSTA Annual Report 2016
World AIDS Day 2016
- Youth Sexual Health Plan 2016 - 2020
- December 1, 2015, World AIDS Day, Mayor Bowser signed the Fast Track Cities Declaration.
- Epidemiology and Surveillance Data for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and Tuberculosis
- Annual Epidemiology and Surveillance Reports for the District of Columbia
- Press Release: Interim Report Shows Decline in New HIV Cases in the District.
- DOH Applications and Forms
- Services, HIV Testing, Living with HIV, and More! UPDATED!
- All DC Grant and Funding Announcements NEW!
- Resources for HAHSTA Medical Providers (including CME/CEU Opportunities and Webinars)
- New Guidelines for the Use of Antiretroviral Agents in HIV-1
- Clinician Consultation Center: PrEPLine NEW!
- Updated U.S. Public Health Service Guidelines for the Management of Occupational Exposures to HIV and Recommendations for Postexposure Prophylaxis
- HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials
- Resources for HIV, Hepatitis, STD, and TB in the Washington Metropolitan Area
- Revised Surveillance Case Definition for HIV Infection - CDC NEW!!
Trainings offered in 2016
Unless otherwise noted, trainings are offered at the DC CARE office located at 7059 Blair Road, NW, and is Metro accessible. Call DC CARE at 202-223-9550. In many cases lunch, snacks, and beverages are provided.
Among the many trainings and workshops are Emergency Financial Assistance, Cost Modeling, Cost Analysis, and Third Party Billing, Clinical Updates, Grant Writing and Fund Development, and Human Resources for Small Non-Profits and much more! Contact DC CARE Consortium for more information.
At your own pace, this training is approximately 3-5 hours.
Be sure to check back for upcoming HIV Testing and Counseling Training dates. For more information, email HAHSTA.Training@dc.gov.
By law, incidences of the below diseases must be reported to the District of Columbia, Department of Health, HAHSTA: