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​​​​The West Virginia Division of STD, HIV, HEPATITIS, AND TUBERCULOSIS (DSHHT) competently and compassionately provides surveillance, intervention, testing, education (S.I.T.E) and care to prevent and control the spread of disease for the people of our state.The division is also tasked with managing, treating, controlling the spread of, and eventually eliminating tuberculosis (TB) in West Virginia. The division aims to:

  • Monitor local and statewide outbreaks.
  • Improve public understanding of STD, HIV, Hepatitis, and TB.
  • Prevent or reduce behaviors that transmit disease.
  • Strengthen systems for referral to appropriate prevention and treatment services.
  • Ensure that disease surveillance is a quality, secure system.
  • Ensure that all people at risk for infection know their status.
  • Ensure that those who are not infected with remain uninfected.
  • Ensure that those infected ​have access to the most effective therapies possible.
  • Ensure a quality professional education program that includes the most current disease information.


​STD and HIV Resources and Services Manual (2020)​​​

STD Treatment Reporting Form​ (VD91)

  • Fillable PDF Reporting Form


For more information, call the West Virginia HIV/AIDS & STD Hotline:


Trained professionals are available to speak with you weekdays (except holidays) from 9:00am to 4:00pm. We can answer your questions about HIV/AIDS and other STDs in West Virginia, how to protect yourself, how to be tested, and how to get treatment.