MEN'S STD PREVENTION RESOURCES
Free downloads you can customize with your organization's information.
As part of this website's continued public service goals, I am revisiting a feature I have continued to educate about, HIV/STD/STI infections info for men who have sex with men (MSM).
These pieces feature a wide variety of men: straight, gay, bi, married, single, ages from 20's to 60's, people of color and at least one of them is a trans man.
Below are some local websites and phone numbers for those in need of testing and information about clinics in the Portland and Vancouver metro areas.
STD/STI/HIV INFO FOR MSM IN THE PORTLAND/VANCOUVER METRO AREA
Why MSM featured only: The info available is for all gender and sexual identities. However, this series was created to educate and combat rapidly rising syphilis rates, of which MSM are the majority of new infections in the area.
In the gallery here, you can see a series of free posters, available for download by clicking on any of the images. Each download is two pages, with the second one available for you to customize.
NO SHAME. NO SCAPEGOATING. NO STIGMA.
Vancouver/Clark County Department of Health (Washington)
1601 East 4th Plain Boulevard., 3rd Floor
P.O. Box 9825
Vancouver, WA 98666-8825
Phone: 360.397.8425 or (360) 397-8086
Clark County Public Health provides HIV testing for at risk populations: MSM, IDUs & their partners & individuals whose partners are HIV positive or who engage in high risk behavior. Needle exchange locations at the following link: https://www.clark.wa.gov/public-health/needle-exchange
Portland Metro/Multnomah County Department of Health (Oregon)
Gladys McCoy Building
426 SW Stark St
Portland , OR 97204
Needle exchange website info: https://multco.us/hiv-and-std-services/syringe-exchange-and-disposal
Oregon City/Clackamas County Department of Health (Oregon)
Public Services Building
2051 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045
Beaverton/Washington County (Oregon)
On February 24, 2015, the Washington County Board of Commissioners voted 4-0 to close the two clinics by June 30, 2015, and to provide funding to support other local safety net providers. Men needing testing or needle exchange services are asked to use the providers listed on this page for Portland/Multnomah County.