The HIV/AIDS health educators also raise awareness about HIV/AIDS-related services available in Lee County and help individuals choose and maintain healthier lifestyles.By providing educational services and partnering with community agencies throughout Lee County, LCHD works to reduce the number of new HIV infections.Individuals who test positive for HIV are referred for treatment through their private providers.Partner notification and contact investigations are also conducted to identify and treat individuals who may have been exposed.To get more information about hepatitis vaccine and testing availability, please contact us.Contact Us Our offices are located at: 83 Pondella Road North Fort Myers, Florida 33903 For more information on our HIV/AIDS program call the HIV/AIDS Health Educator at (239) 656-2542.US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Fact sheets for symptom and treatment plus links to other sites.The Original Herpes Homepage Information, discussion forums for newly diagnosed and those coping with herpes, treatment options, and HPV links.
National STD/HIV Hotlines: American Social Health Association Information about STIs, transmission, prevention, symptoms, treatment options, how to talk to partners, online support groups.For more information on our Hepatitis program, call Diana Prat at (239) 656-2539.HIV/AIDS CEU’s for professionals in Florida: Many professions in the State of Florida require that certified staff maintain ongoing HIV/AIDS training and CEU’s.Joining Positives automatically connects you to one of the world's largest HIV / AIDS online dating networks. Find great dates, make new friends, or form romantic relationships. You know just how complicated finding love in the Positive community can be. We monitor each and every profile for you and have the utmost dedication to quality, hassle-free service. All members of the U-M community are welcome to contact Laura Mc Andrew, MPH, Sexual Health Educator with questions at [email protected] 734-647-4659. Health question and answer service by the Health Promotion Program at Health Services, Columbia University.