CAN Home HIV Test
Use the dropdown above to choose your state and we will deliver a free self test kit to your home.
Or if you prefer you can enter your zipcode below to find a CAN clinic in your area. We are here to help however we can.
CDC HIV Risk Reduction Tool/Calculator

The purpose of this calculator is to learn the risk of acquiring/transmitting HIV during different sexual activities when one partner is HIV negative and the other partner is HIV positive. Click "GO" to find out now.

Facts About In-Home HIV Testing.

This information will provide users of the in-home HIV tests answers questions regarding the importance of HIV testing, the safety of in-home testing, and information on negative and positive results. Click "GO" for more information.

Be confident in your sexual health.
It Starts with Knowing Your Status

The Basics of HIV Prevention

The person-to-person spread of HIV is called HIV transmission. People can get or transmit HIV only through specific activities, such as through sex or injection drug use. Click "GO" to get much more information.

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Factsheet

PrEP is used by people without HIV who are at risk of being exposed to HIV through sex or injection drug use. Click "GO" for more information.

HIV Treatment: The Basics

HIV medicines prevent HIV from multiplying (making copies of itself), which reduces the amount of HIV in the body (called the viral load). Having less HIV in the body gives the immune system a chance to recover and produce more infection fighting cells. Click "GO" for detailed information.

Get Tested. Be Informed. Stay Healthy.

The Science is Clear: With HIV, Undetectable Equals Untransmittable

People living with HIV who achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load by taking and adhering to antiretroviral therapy (ART) as prescribed by their doctor cannot sexually transmit the virus to others. Click "GO" for more information.

Facts about HIV Testing

You can learn more about HIV testing by visiting The National Institute of Health's website. Click "GO" to get the facts.