National HIV/AIDS Hotline:
(800) CDC-INFO (800) 232-4636
National HIV/AIDS Hotline TTY:
National HIV/AIDS Email:
Hepatitis C Association Support Line:
The Onslow County HIV/AIDS Task Force is dedicated to preventing new cases of HIV/AIDS and promoting self-sufficiency in people living with HIV. We provide HIV-related client support, prevention, education and advocacy activities guided by the belief that all people are entitled to equal access to health care.
Living With HIV
Being diagnosed with HIV can be an overwhelming experience. If you have been recently diagnosed and need support, we are here to assist in providing resources and support to you and your loved ones.
Once diagnosed with HIV, it is important to seek medical care immediately. Regardless of whether you have health insurance, there are affordable options for treatment and we are here to help you find the medical provider that will work best for your individual situation. Once you are in care, your doctor will prescribe an HIV medication regimen that will work for you and help to keep you healthy. Newly diagnosed patients may have several concerns, such as affording medications and finding community resources.
We can assist to make sure you are connected to the right medical providers and resources, we can help with transportation to medical appointments, and we can ensure that you have access to affordable medications.
To learn more about living with HIV, check out the websites listed below:
Onslow County Department of Health
Services provided include:
Confidential counseling and education regarding STDs and HIV
Diagnosis of STD/HIV through physical exams and laboratory testing
Follow-up and referral services for those who test positive for an STD
Prevention of STDs through vaccination and safer sex education
Treatment of STDs through medications
Many STD treatments are at no out of pocket expense.
STD Clinic Services
The STD clinic is currently only seeing scheduled appointments
8 – 11 a.m. (Doors open at 7:30 a.m.)
1 - 3 p.m.
Although we encourage minors to discuss health issues with their parents, adolescents may come to the STD Clinic unaccompanied by a parent. The Minor Consent Law (PDF) provides information on minor rights in North Carolina.
For more information contact the STD nurse at:
What To Bring
proof of identification
Know The Issues
Onslow County HIV/AIDS Task Force supports efforts to reduce the rate of new HIV infections and improve the lives of those living with HIV and AIDS.
Advocacy priorities include:
Improving Access to Health Care
Increasing HIV Awareness & Prevention
Promoting Evidence-Based Harm Reduction Strategies
Reducing HIV-Related Health Disparities
We strive to address these priorities through legislative advocacy, public education, community outreach and coalition building.