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We provide education and
comprehensive support to
people infected with or who
are affected by HIV/AIDS
in the Big Bend region.

We are fortunate to have
partnerships & relationships
with quality businesses
helping us to achieve our
mission every day.

8 Counties in
the Big Bend

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I'm HIV Positive. Now What?

You are not alone. Big Bend Cares is here to support you.


Need advice? View Programs & Services.

Big Bend Cares also provides FREE and confidential rapid testing for HIV and Syphilis.


Confidential. Free HIV Testing.

Know your status in as little as 30 minutes. Call 850-354-8765 to schedule an appointment.

Our Impact

In 2019, Big Bend Cares was able to provide the following to Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Franklin, Taylor, and Wakulla Counties:

Clients Served
Food Bags Distributed
Units of Transportation Provided
Prescriptions Provided
Clients received housing assistance
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A lot of people want to know how #chlamydia is spread. Learn how, but also learn how to stop it. Check out the CDC fact sheet at at
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Agency Update
(Friday) We are open 8-5 pm. Please visit the Care Point website at page for FAQ. It will be updated regularly. We have added questions to the temperature process to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff. Continue to practice social distancing. Thank you for your patience!
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Gay and Bisexual men will now have to abstain from same-sex sexual activity for 90 days in order to be eligible to give blood. The previous restriction was 12 months.

A lot of people want to know how #chlamydia is spread. Learn how, but also learn how to stop it. Check out the CDC fact sheet at at BigBendCares photo

Have questions about HIV and Covid-19 (Coronavirus)? Check out this CDC fact sheet for the most up to date and accurate information. Remember to keep taking your medication as prescribed, consult your healthcare provider, + practice social distancing.
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According to the CDC, new #HIV diagnoses are declining among those age 50+, but older Americans are more likely than younger people to have late-stage HIV infection at the time of their diagnosis. Learn more about HIV among people age 50+ at BigBendCares photo