HIV Statistics

Over 3,000 people in the New Haven community are currently living with HIV/AIDS reported cases, affecting every age group and every ethnicity. Many more may also have the virus unknowingly.

It is estimated approximately 20,000 HIV-infected people live in Connecticut.

With 600 new cases in 2005, CT has the 8th highest per capita incidence rate of HIV/AIDS.

In New Haven, lack of housing was the number one indicated barrier to getting HIV treatments.

Helpful Links

Yale and New Haven

Yale New Haven Hospital AIDS Care Program
New Haven Online
Yale University

AIDS Resources

NIAID Facts and Statistics for HIV/AIDS
Orphans Against AIDS
The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
The Joint UN Program on HIV/AIDS
Visual AIDS Artwork
The Guardian Health Association 
Public Awareness for HIV/AIDS by PublicHealt

Prescription Drug Assistance Programs
This statewide prescription assistance program helps residents in Connecticut save on prescription drugs through printable coupons.
CADAP is a service that helps Connecticut residents living with AIDS afford the cost of medications approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.