By taking a simple step, like wearing a condom, you can protect yourself and others from HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.

The DeKalb County Board of Health, through the Get HIPP 2 HIV campaign, makes condoms available, accessible, and free by reaching underserved communities with the highest rates of STI/HIV/AIDS and other health disparities.

 

The Get HIPP 2 HIV campaign works with city clinics, community organizations, and local businesses to make condoms widely available to the public to help stop HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.

Looking for a condoms distribution site? Use the Condom Finder Locator to find a site near you!

The Free Condom Project is aligned with the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, the U.S. Department of Human Services, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Enhanced Comprehensive HIV Prevention, and the DeKalb County Get HIPP 2 HIV campaign.

Join the program!

If your organization is interested in offering free condoms, you can become a distribution partner. Find out more about becoming a distribution site for free condoms.

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