Treatment as prevention (TASP) focuses on HIV-positive individuals taking HIV medication to improve their own health, but also to reduce their risk of passing HIV to others. Studies have shown that for those engaged in treatment sufficient to bring their viral load to undetectable levels, it’s nearly impossible for them to transmit the virus to others. For more information visit:

For medical care and drug assistance for persons living with HIV/AIDS, visit Madison Clinic online, or read more about Washington State ADAP.