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Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance

The Nevada STD Prevention and Control Program assists state, local and community efforts with interrupting the transmission of chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis and other STDs, and reducing the health burden and costs associated with these infections. Primary activities of STD Prevention and Control include promotion of testing and treatment of chlamydia, syphilis and gonorrhea (reportable STDs); surveillance of reportable STDs; providing opportunities for statewide STD stakeholder planning and goal development input; locating and treating contacts of known cases with an STD and providing risk reduction education and material.

Sexually Transmitted Disease

Program Topics

304B Resources
  • Process for 340B Application here
  • 340b university here
  • Funding Restrictions:
    • STD Grant funding does not permit funding for clinical services, or medications.
    • Limited funding is provided for STD Test Kits therefore applicants are discouraged from including these in their budgets.
    • 340B funding for HIV is not authorized through the STD program. For information regarding funding of HIV programs, please contact the HIV program.
Partner Services

Partner services are the process of identifying persons, confidentially notifying their partner(s) of their possible exposure to the infection, and providing necessary follow-up services are a range of medical, prevention, psychological, and social services that are offered to individuals with STD and their sexual or needle-sharing partners.

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Nevada’s Authority for Epidemiology

Access up-to-date data on all active infectious diseases reported in Nevada

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