Love Foundation

(Chiang mai, Bangkok, Pataya, Ubon Ratchathani, Phuket)

Love Foundation Where to Get Tested? You can ask your health care provider for an HIV test. Many medical clinics, substance abuse programs, community health centers, and hospitals offer them too. You can also find a testing site near you by


Love Foundation created Local maps of indicators for HIV and STIs testing.

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Know Your Status

Knowing your status helps you make good health care choices. Testing negative helps you stay negative. Testing positive helps you get the right treatment and stop the spread of HIV.

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Have I Been at Risk?

Only a handful of activities put you at risk of contracting HIV. Some activities are more risky than others. Learn more about how HIV spreads to better protect yourself and those around you.

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Can I get on PrEP ?

Your health care provider can best advise you on how to get on PrEP and how to use it effectively. When used as prescribed, PrEP best protects you from getting HIV.

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Undetectable = Untransmissable

Community of HIV-infected men, male homosexuals, AIDS. Line groups infected with HIV.


Getting Tested

Testing Empowers You

A person infected with HIV shows no symptoms early on and it may take several years for symptoms to show. Getting tested is the only way to know you are currently free from infection. Knowing your status puts you in control and allows you to make the right choices when protecting yourself and others from becoming infected. Love Foundation provides an anonymous 30-minute HIV test in Chiang Mai.

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Love Foundation provide you information as

  • HIV and STIs Test place (HIV Center)
  • Consultation Place near by.
  • HIV and AIDS webboard
  • PrEP ( PrEP )
  • PEP ( PEP )
  • HIV Treatment information


Reaching young people and key populations using new technology and online social networks is, in our view, an essential and effective approach in achieving the target of reducing NEW HIV infections worldwide.


Active Recruitment for HIV Testing and Counseling is essential for HIV Prevention and Intervention efforts, besides optimizing HIV Medical Care and Medication Adherence.


Education on HIV can help many seeking to inform themselves not only to develop and maintain safer patterns of behavior, but also to remove the stigma and reduce discrimination towards individuals affected by and living with HIV in society as a whole.


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