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    DSHS HIV/STD Program

    Post Office Box 149347, MC 1873
    Austin, Texas 78714

    Phone: (512) 533-3000

    DSHS strives to respond to all email requests in a timely manner. It is important to note, however, that messages that you send to us by email may not be secure and may be intercepted by a third party. Therefore, we recommend that you do not send any confidential health information to us by email.

Reports

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Texas HIV Surveillance Report 2013 (PDF : 3,076 kb) | 2012 Report (PDF : 3,015 kb) | 2011 Report (PDF : 830 kb)
Annual summary of reported HIV infections and AIDS cases in Texas.

Texas HIV Slide Set 2012 (PowerPoint : 1,977 kb)
Slide set summarizing the epidemiology of HIV infections and AIDS cases in Texas.

Texas STD Surveillance Report 2013 (PDF : 1,850 kb)  | 2012 Report (PDF : 1,059) | 2011 Report (PDF : 913 kb)
Annual summary of reported Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Syphilis infections in Texas.

Texas STD Epidemiology Slide Set 2013 (PowerPoint : 2,162 kb)
Slide set summarizing the epidemiology of STD infections in Texas.

Texas HIV Quarterly Report (2nd Quarter 2014) (PDF : 449 kb)
Quarterly summary of HIV and AIDS in Texas.

2013 Texas STD and HIV Epidemiologic Profile (PDF : 3,015 kb)  | 2012 Epi Profile (PDF : 2,659) | 2010 Epi Profile (PDF : 3,348 kb)
A summary of information on known STD and HIV/AIDS cases in Texas.

Epidemiology of Hepatitis Infection
A summary of hepatitis infection in Texas.

HIV Program Annual Report
Yearly report required by the Texas Legislature for the general public outlining the activities of the DSHS HIV Program.

HIV and Viral Hepatitis Prevention and Treatment Resources in Texas
An inventory of all federal, state and local money spent in Texas on HIV infection, AIDS, and hepatitis prevention and healthcare services.

National HIV Behavioral Surveillance System Reports
Data on populations at high risk for acquiring HIV including high-risk heterosexuals residing in areas with high rates of heterosexually acquired HIV and poverty, men who have sex with men, active injection drug users, and men who have sex with men (Part II).

Program Collaboration, Service Integration (PCSI) Plan (PDF : 1,306 kb)
DSHS plan to better understand and address the interrelated epidemics of TB, HIV, STDs, and Viral Hepatitis.

HIV/AIDS Data Changes 2010
A brief report on the changeover from HARS to eHARS in Texas.

Capacity Building Project: Serving the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Needs of HIV Infected Persons in Texas
A study of underutilization of services and capacities in Texas to provide mental health and substance abuse services.

Texas Pediatric and Perinatal HIV Annual Report (PDF : 390 kb)
This DSHS report describes pediatric HIV/AIDS cases and perinatal exposures reported to the Texas Department of State Health Services Surveillance Program.

Emerging Technologies and Advancements in HIV and AIDS Surveillance and Testing to Enhance Surveillance, Prevention and Treatment of HIV and AIDS Infection (PDF : 175 kb)
This DSHS report addresses emerging technologies and advancements in HIV and AIDS disease surveillance and epidemiology, including use of technologies and advancements to improve testing and reporting of AIDS and HIV infection.

Interagency Coordinating Council for HIV and Hepatitis Legislative Report (PDF : 334 kb)
An overview of available epidemiologic data, service resources, federal and state funding sources, and description of the gaps and barriers related to the prevention and care and treatment of AIDS, HIV and hepatitis in Texas.

Hepatitis C Plan Report to the 82nd Texas Legislature (PDF : 77 kb)
Bi-annual report of DSHS efforts to control Hepatitis C.

1998 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System HIV/AIDS Section and Sexual Behavior Module (PDF : 114 kb)
Report on two sections of the BRFSS telephone survey: HIV/AIDS and Sexual Behavior.

People Living with HIV/AIDS Dot Maps
A graphic view of the spread of HIV/AIDS in Texas between 1987 and 2007.

1997 Survey of Childbearing Women in Texas
Results of the most recent in this series of HIV seroprevalence studies.


Last updated December 19, 2014